A photo of a 2-year-old girl crying near the U.S.-Mexico border — a child who became an iconic face of Trump’s “zero tolerance” immigration policy last year — has won the World Press Photo of the Year award.
Andy, father of WDBJ reporter Alison Parker, has spent three and a half years trying to erase online footage of his daughter’s shooting death — all while never having seen the videos himself. “I feel like I’ve been dodging a land mine because I haven’t seen the video, and I never want to.”
Noah Oppenheim, the president of NBC News, said in a statement that NBC employees escaped unharmed, and expressed “deepest sympathies” to the driver’s family and loved ones.
Jeanine Pirro was off the air at Fox News on Saturday, one week after she was widely denounced for doubting Congresswoman Ilhan Omar’s patriotism.
Across the country, many Americans no longer have someone watching the city council for them, chronicling the soccer exploits of their children or reporting on the kindly neighbor who died of cancer.
Newspapers are closing or being consolidated at an astounding rate, often leaving behind what researchers label as news deserts — towns and even entire counties that have no consistent local media coverage.
The White House decision came a day after an explosive New York Times report that cited US and foreign officials with direct knowledge of intelligence reports who say that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman told a top aide in 2017 that he would use “a bullet” on Khashoggi.
The founder of Craigslist says he will donate $15 million to Columbia University and the Poynter Institute for separate efforts promoting ethics in journalism.
In a viral response to the President on Twitter, a Capital Gazette photojournalist mourned, remembered and celebrated his beloved colleague, Wendi Winters, and four other staffers killed when a gunman walked into the newsroom of the Annapolis paper.
“I think on a larger scale we’ve just learned how important and how vital the first amendment is to just our country, and our society and our government,” said senior Nataleigh Noble, 17.
Longtime CBS radio reporter Bob Fuss has died. He was 64.
“Gwen, you left too abruptly,” said Gwen Ifill’s PBS NewsHour co-anchor Judy Woodruff “There was no time to say goodbye. I wanted to be your work big sister a lot longer. There was so much more to do. And now especially so many important stories to cover. We need you now more than ever.”
WASHINGTON — Congressional correspondent Dave McConnell is celebrating a golden year with 50 years at WTOP, much of which he’s spent covering what he calls “the world’s greatest deliberative body.” On Tuesday, members of that…
WASHINGTON – It’s against the law for news organizations to fly drones in pursuit of a story, but journalists are working to get off the ground. The Mid-Atlantic Aviation Partnership at Virginia Tech is studying…
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.