Afghan victim of Taliban attack

Taliban Spokesman Disputes Report About Suicide Bombings

A Taliban spokesman says the New York Times misinterpreted or intentionally twisted his comments on suicide bombings.

 | Jake Jones

Dan Pfeiffer

'Pod Save America' Host On How To Fix The Media Landscape

"We have to figure out a way to sell spinach in our ice cream world," says Dan Pfeiffer.

 | Eugene Daniels

2-year-old Honduran girl cries while her mother is searched at the U.S. border

Crying Migrant Girl On Time Cover Wasn't Separated From Her Mother

The photo was taken by Getty Images photographer John Moore. He never said the girl was separated from her mother.

 | Ethan Weston

Charles Krauthammer

Columnist, Commentator Charles Krauthammer Dead At 68

The conservative thinker was known for his syndicated columns and his award-winning writing.

 | James Packard

Time Warner logo

Judge Approves AT&T Acquisition Of Time Warner

A federal judge just gave the go-ahead for AT&T to buy Time Warner, a deal that will further consolidate media ownership.

 | James Packard

New York Times building

Justice Department Gathered NYT Reporter's Phone, Email Records

The New York Times says the reporter in this case, Ali Watkins, was not notified before her records were gathered.

 | Jake Jones

Netflix character BoJack Horseman

Why Are So Many Adults Watching Cartoons?

Cartoons are having a moment. From classics like "The Simpsons" to "BoJack Horseman," they're super popular ... with adults.

 | Devan Kaney

Activists protesting the arrest of an Egyptian photojournalist

2018 Isn't Shaping Up To Be A Great Year For Press Freedom

An April 30 suicide bombing in Afghanistan marked 2018's deadliest day for journalists around the world.

 | Matt Picht

Charlie Rose

27 More Women Accuse Charlie Rose Of Sexual Misconduct

According to an investigation conducted by The Washington Post, 27 more women said they were sexually harassed by Rose.

 | Briana Koeneman

Comedian Michelle Wolf

Wolf's Correspondents' Dinner Speech Was A Blunt Rebuke, And Explicit

The White House Correspondents' Dinner was a little raunchier than usual, thanks to Michelle Wolf. Not everyone's OK with that.

 | James Packard

A passerby walks in front of the Denver Post building in 2009

The State Of Local Journalism: Where Are The Watchdogs?

Local journalism likely affects you more than coverage of the president or other topics in national media. But hometown newsrooms are being gutted.

 | Chance Seales

Tom Brokaw

Two Of Tom Brokaw's Former Colleagues Accuse Him Of Sexual Misconduct

Former NBC correspondent Linda Vester said Tom Brokaw groped her and twice tried to kiss her in the '90s.

 | Katherine Biek

Final print of the Oakland Tribune

Local News Is Shrinking — What Happens When The Watchdogs Disappear?

Local news layoffs mean less journalists reporting on police, city halls and statehouses.

 | Phil Pruitt and Chance Seales

A general view of the Sky Broadcasting headquarters.

Comcast Starts A Bidding War With Fox For European Broadcaster Sky

On Wednesday, Comcast formally offered to pay about $30 billion for Sky.

 | Briana Koeneman

Fox News host Sean Hannity

Cohen's Lawyer Says Hannity Is A Client — But Hannity Disagrees

Fox News host Sean Hannity's name came up in Michael Cohen's court proceeding Monday, and Hannity is pushing back.

 | James Packard

Boston Globe Investigative Reporter Michael Rezendes talks to Newsy about the Boston Marathon

Journalist-Runner Reflects On Covering Boston Marathon Bombing

Five years after the bombing, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Michael Rezendes of The Boston Globe recalls what happened April 15, 2013.

 | Devan Kaney

2017 White House Correspondents' Dinner

Trump Declines White House Correspondents' Dinner Invitation

For the second year in a row, President Donald Trump won't be attending the White House Correspondents' Association dinner.

 | Cristina Mutchler

Robot factory in Turkey

It's More Than Robots — AI Is Getting Closer To Artificial Humans

Artificial intelligence used to mean Roombas and robots with facial expressions. We're pretty far beyond those now.

 | Phil Pruitt and Chance Seales

The headquarters of the Sinclair Broadcast Group

Why Some Are Upset Over Sinclair Broadcast Group's Media Bias Message

The message itself isn't new — what's interesting here is the source.

 | Briana Koeneman and Jessica Walsh

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg

Zuckerberg Finally Talks About Cambridge Analytica's 'Breach Of Trust'

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg posted on Facebook on Wednesday about the Cambridge Analytica scandal, the first time he's talked about it publicly.

 | James Packard

Tom Sietsema, Washington Post food critic

Dream Jobs: Tom Sietsema, Food Critic At The Washington Post

Sietsema started as a copy boy at the Post soon after graduating from college. Now, he's the Post's anonymous — and powerful — food critic.

 | Chance Seales and Megan Smith

Cambridge Analytica CEO Alexander Nix

Cambridge Analytica Reportedly Tried To Stop Documentary From Airing

The CEO of Cambridge Analytica was caught discussing sex workers and political bribes with an undercover reporter.

 | James Packard

Obamas attend Hanukkah reception.

The Modern Presidential Legacy: Social Media, Podcasts And Netflix

Many former presidents wrote books to build their legacies — Obama might produce Netflix originals.

 | Casey Mendoza

Special counsel Robert Mueller

Republicans Tell President Trump To Let Robert Mueller Work

The president and his personal lawyer both went on the offensive against Robert Mueller's investigation this weekend.

 | Ethan Weston

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Man Sues To Figure Out What Cambridge Analytica Knows About Him

A New York professor is suing Cambridge Analytica, the data company that got kicked off Facebook over the weekend.

 | James Packard

Justin Schuble of @dcfoodporn

The Money And Motives Powering The 'Influence Machine'

Influencers are becoming independent marketers — just slightly more subtle.

 | Phil Pruitt and Chance Seales

Seth Rich.

The Family Of Slain DNC Staffer Seth Rich Is Suing Fox News

Seth Rich's parents filed a lawsuit that claims Fox News exploited the death of their son "through lies, misrepresentations, and half-truths."

 | Briana Koeneman

Chance Seales and Judy Kurtz

Dream Jobs: Judy Kurtz, 'In The Know' Columnist At The Hill

Kurtz covers a divided Capitol Hill, but she says people are willing to talk on both sides of the aisle.

 | Chance Seales and Megan Smith

Jimmy Kimmel at the Academy Awards

The Oscars' Ratings Were Dismal This Year, But There's No One Culprit

The Oscars had a really small audience this year compared to years past. What happened?

 | James Packard

A scene from 'The Post'

'The Post' Is Up For A Best Picture Oscar. But Is It Accurate?

Did "The Post" get it right about what happened when the Pentagon Papers were leaked?

 | James Packard