With the coronavirus spreading and increasing cases of misinformation about the disease, journalists have an ethical responsibility to present the most accurate information to the public.
Press Secretary Sarah Sanders privately admitted to misleading reporters during a press conference on May 10, 2017.
Israel is looking to defund +972 Magazine, which has published critique on the Israeli government and it’s treatment of Palestinians.
As Venezuela is in deep political crisis, citizens turn to social media and messaging apps for news and updates.
Yemen’s humanitarian crisis has been difficult to cover, as journalists are having trouble gaining access to the country.
Sudan has struggled with press freedom in the past, but the recent arrest of Amal Habani is just another testament to that.
In handling of certain events like Fukushima, the UN found that the had state pressured the press about coverage.
The relationship between Trump and the media has only gotten more tense. Will getting rid of Spicer or the daily briefing help the administration or hurt it?
Trump waged a war on the media and truth is getting caught in the crossfire. The first step to mending the wounds of this war is to reduce hostilities at the epicenter of it all: the White House briefing room. The briefing format needs to
“Rigged.” It’s a word we’ve been hearing a lot. From who? Trump. To whom? Towards the media itself. In the weeks leading up to the final debate and the election itself, the media – whose job is to shine the spotlight on the candidates –