Actor Robert Blake leaves court for the lunch break, Oct. 3, 2005.

Robert Blake, actor acquitted in wife's killing, dies at 89

Actor Robert Blake has died at age 89. The actor was at one point a defendant in a murder trial for his wife.

 | AP


Paramount Global eyes sale of majority stake of BET

Paramount Global is looking at possibly selling its majority stake in BET Media Group.

 | Scripps News Staff

Image of Fox News personalities Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham and others.

Fox libel defense at odds with top GOP presidential foes

Two politicians popular with Fox News' audience have advocated for the Supreme Court to revisit the libel standard Fox is using as shield.

 | AP

Scott Adams draws.

Publications drop 'Dilbert' comic after artist's racist comments

Scott Adams defended his comments about Black people, saying they were a "hate group," then said his statement was an exaggeration.

 | James Packard

Combination photo of Fox News host Tucker Carlson and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy.

Reports: McCarthy gives Tucker Carlson access to Jan. 6 footage

Carlson, a Fox News host, has repeatedly downplayed the Capitol riot and called for the release of the raw footage to the public.

 | Scripps News Staff

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Where Gen Z gets its news: Social media

A 2022 poll shows network and cable TV news came in fifth and sixth place, with newspapers dead last.

 | Maritsa Georgiou

Jon Stewart poses for a portrait in promotion of his film, "Rosewater," in New York

Why audiences are getting their news from comedians

Getting some comedy with your news may help you remember what you’re learning.

 | Scripps News Staff

Rep. George Santos, R-N.Y.

What Rep. George Santos' fallout reveals about the news

Congressman George Santos' rocky start to his political career paints a picture of what our news landscape looks like today.

 | Andrew Rafferty

Laiah Collins and Charisma Edwards work with Davetra Richardson in a classroom at Chalmers Elementary school in Chicago

Media literacy helps students think critically about the news

Some states have implemented laws requiring news literacy classes in schools. How are teachers are bringing those lessons to the classroom?

 | Amber Strong

Inmate reading News Inside.

Sending news behind bars

News Inside is a free print magazine specifically made for incarcerated people.

 | Jamal Andress

Adam Symson sits down with Christian Bryant.

E.W. Scripps CEO shares his thoughts on the changing news industry

Adam Symson sits down with Scripps News' Christian Bryant to explore news industry challenges and why he has hope for the future of media.

 | Scripps News Staff

Scripps News' studio is shown while filming "The Why."

How do you make a news story? Here's our step-by-step process

Scripps News pulls back the curtain on how we create a story from start to finish, from an idea to your screen.

 | Nathaniel Reed

Two people watch the news on TV.

Is the news too negative?

Many Americans say they avoid the news because it's often negative, but research shows humans tend to be more attentive to bad news.

 | Scripps News Staff

Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin speaks with the media.

News trust is highest in Finland. Can the US learn from that?

Finland reports the highest levels of news trust among its public in the world. Why don't other countries have similar public opinion?

 | Ben Schamisso

A person presents the news on camera.

Why don't Americans trust the media?

On National News Literacy Week, media experts share where the mistrust in media likely came from and how to know which outlets to trust.

 | Scripps News Staff

Woman reading newspaper.

US newspapers continue to die at a rapid rate

Around 7% of America's counties now have no local news outlets, and around 20% are at risk of their communities becoming news deserts.

 | Tammy Estwick

Boeing 737 Max jet diagram

Boeing's Fatal Flaw

Scripps Howard Awards Finalist: FRONTLINE and The New York Times examined the issues with Boeing's 737 Max jet and the crashes that killed 346 people.

 | The New York Times and PBS Frontline

Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk

Elon Musk Says He's Secured $46.5B In Financing To Buy Twitter

Musk is exploring an option to buy all of Twitter's shares at a premium, take his offer directly to the shareholders, and bypass the company's board.

 | AP

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Why You Should Question The News You Consume

With misinformation spreading like wildfire, Newsy takes part in News Literacy Week to help people make informed decisions on the news they consume.

 | Scripps News Staff

Charlotte Hampton and Isabel Tribe

Teen Organization Promotes News Literacy Among Younger Generations

Charlotte Hampton and Isabel Tribe co-founded Teens for Press Freedom to promote freedom of the press and factual literacy among young people.

 | Scripps News Staff

Two people online browsing.

Company Created Tool To Identify Trusted News Sources

NewsGuard is a tool that rates certain websites on its trustworthiness as an accredited source.

 | Scripps News Staff

Students on computers in class

Helping Young People Separate Fact From Fiction

Experts say there's a misconception that just because young people are proficient at using digital devices, they're also good at making sense of info.

 | Ash-Har Quraishi literacy promotion

Fact Or Opinion: The Importance Of Understanding Your News

National News Literacy Week promotes the importance of identifying credible news in order to stop misinformation from spreading.

 | Scripps News Staff

Former vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin speaks at a rally

Sarah Palin's Defamation Suit Against NY Times Set For Trial Monday

Former Republican vice-presidential nominee Sarah Palin is on the verge of making new headlines in a legal battle with The New York Times.

 | AP

André Leon Talley

Pioneering Fashion Journalist André Leon Talley Dies At 73

Dressed in his signature sweeping capes or colorful caftans, he was a regular in the front row of fashion shows in New York and Europe for decades.

 | AP and Casey Mendoza

Tom Holland as Spider-Man

'Spider-Man: No Way Home' Nets 3rd-Best Opening Of All Time

The blockbuster film is estimated to have grossed $253 million in ticket sales during its opening weekend.

 | AP

A person types on a laptop keyboard

Employee Talks About Being One Of 900 People Laid Off On A Zoom Call

The CEO of asked the employees to participate in a Zoom call, during which he informed them they were dismissed.

 | Scripps News Staff

Chris Cuomo attends The Hollywood Reporter's annual Most Powerful People in Media

Lawyer: Chris Cuomo Accuser Was Disgusted By 'Hypocrisy'

The woman's allegation against Cuomo became known shortly after CNN fired him amid an inquiry by the network into how he helped defend his brother.

 | AP

CNN anchor Chris Cuomo

CNN Suspends Chris Cuomo For Helping Brother Andrew In Scandal

The news network said that documents released by New York's attorney general indicated a greater level of involvement than previously known.

 | AP

Facebook's mobile app

Facebook Papers: VP Warns Employees 'Brace For Bad Headlines'

Facebook had internal research that showed it only took two days for a new user to start seeing QAnon content if they looked at conservative news.

 | Aaron Rustom and Tyler Adkisson