Spicer’s out, Scaramucci and Sanders are in. But this shake-up doesn’t spell out changes between the White House and the media.
The news has a new medium: Interactive, AI in-home technology.
In the Western World, former Soviet Union Premier Joseph Stalin is largely remembered for leading an oppressive regime under which millions of Soviets died. However, according to a survey released by Russia’s Levada Center last month, 38 percent of Russians consider Stalin to be the
The domestic-centric American media has turned a blind eye to the famines ravaging the Middle East and Africa
Sudan has struggled with press freedom in the past, but the recent arrest of Amal Habani is just another testament to that.
Putting names to faces is helping journalists cover immigration in a meaningful way.
In a Trump-fueled and repetative media frenzy, how does one’s journalism stand out?
In a shock, DJT Jr. decided to beat New York Times to the punch, and post the now-infamous e-mail chain himself on Twitter.
Where does the responsibility of journalists really lie – in information telling, fact-checking, or context-giving?
It’s news outlets versus the giants of social media and the web.