Police officers in Ferguson, Missouri, stormed a McDonald's and arrested two journalists who were recharging their phones and working on stories about the protests over the shooting deaths of two young black men.
United States President Barack Obama has plans to directly attack the First Amendment in America by placing government monitors in newsrooms across America. The monitors would be used to pressure media organizations into covering certain stories.
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The Syrian war has dragged on for more than two years with both sides, the rebels and the Assad regime, blaming each other. Journalists reporting from the area face an increasingly hostile environment and kidnappings by rebel forces are on the increase.
Presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney is in Poland Tuesday to deliver a speech in Warsaw. During his trip, he made a stop at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, where reporters tried to ask questions. One press aide lost his cool and cursed at reporters.
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Whoops a daisy!
Reporters weren't supposed to hear this part.
That's why it was a "closed door" fundraiser.
No reporters invited. That means Mitt Romney felt comfortable to speak whatever the current version of "the truth" is these days.
Foreign news reports bring preconceived notions to the forefront of the stories. Combined with on-camera theatrics and selective video and photos, the parachute journalists present a distorted version of the Fukushima effects on Tokyo.
An investigation is underway at Charles de Gaulle and Marseille airports after journalists filming a special for French TV were able to smuggle the parts of a 9mm handgun on-board a plane in their carry-on luggage and reassemble it during the flight.
The US soldier who leaked the video of the Reuters journalists and civilians who were shot and killed has been identified and detained. Wikileaks released the classified combat video of the killing of reporters and unarmed civilians in Baghadad in April.
Giving a voice to the masses is a dangerous job, reports the United Nations Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization (UNESCO). In 2009, 77 journalists were murdered, and 30 of those reporters in November alone.
Will citizen journalism replace traditional media? Are these reporters credible? What's the business model for citizen media? These are some of the questions addressed at the mesh 2009 conference on the future of news.
On Friday President-elect Barack Obama held his first news conference since winning the election on Tuesday. The news conference was held in the Chicago Hilton, across from Grant Park, in a room set with a stage that had American flags as the backdrop.
Is the Obama '08 campaign beginning to tip its hand and show the world how an Obama presidency might run the Oval Office? If so, it would appear that the spirit of cooperation and bi-partisanship is going to be left on the tarmac, like road kill.
Montel Williams tells high school student and newspaper intern, Courtney Scott “Don't look at me like that. Do you know who I am? I'm a big star, and I can look you up, find where you live and blow you up.”
Three CNET journalists are suing HP for millions for invasion of privacy. Pretexting investigators working for HP allegedly scrutinized the records of the reporters and their family members. HP has offered each reporter $10K, but reporters say no way.
KARACHI (voa) - A prime suspect in the kidnapping of American reporter Daniel Pearl has told a Pakistani court that as far as he knows the reporter is dead.
The suspect, Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh -- known as Sheikh Omar -- did not say when or where t...