North Korean leader Kim Jung-Un’s rumored death sparked a media firestorm and revealed recurring flaws in the reporting on the tightly controlled regime.
A bombshell report from NPR reveals that a decision in 2014 to kill an investigation into the wealth of Communist Party elites was due to fears of reprisals from the Chinese government.
After evading NPR reporter Mary Louise Kelly’s questions about former ambassador Marie Yovanovitch last week, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the news media had become “unhinged.” Days later, the State Department further retaliated against NPR by barring one of its other journalists from the Pompeo’s traveling press pool.
While the Newseum may have closed its doors to the public, journalism and a free press still and should remain essential parts of American democracy.
Abortion access debates have resurged across the country after the Supreme Court announced it will take a case challenging Roe v. Wade, a historical legal event that the national media has misrepresented. Playful headlines and contradicting articles are misleading readers and failing to accurately gauge
After her recent passing, the journalism community came together to remember and honor Cokie Roberts, the trailblazing journalist who paved the way for generations of young reporters and became a renowned figure in political reporting and analysis.
On-site reporting at the U.S.-Mexico border reveals what mainstream media are missing when covering immigration.
Can excessive fact-checking be partisan in itself?
Political messages abound in this year’s Super Bowl ads.
While fellow Republican lawmakers stripping Rep. King of his committee assignments, NBC News fumbles response to his racist comments.