The suit, filed by Dominion Voting Systems, could be one of the most consequential First Amendment cases in a generation.
An attempt at radical transparency by the election commission, which uploaded raw ballot numbers online, led to divergent tallies. “People are so tense that they cannot even think straight.”
Social media companies have taken steps to restrict Russian state media accounts. But posts from those accounts still spread in Spanish, Arabic and other languages and in places outside the West.
How we look matters as much as what we see.
The podcaster aspires to be an influential thought leader. But his appeal to a mostly male fan base is about more than just his prognostications.
The former president hasn’t been interviewed on the Rupert Murdoch-owned cable network in more than 100 days, and other Republicans often get the attention he once did.
The High Court in London ruled against the plaintiff, Rebekah Vardy, putting an end to a legal feud that turned into a reality-show-style event.
A recent book by a reporter from the newspaper has ignited debate about how an explosive article he helped write in 2017 was handled by editors.
After Verizon drops the network at the end of this week, OAN’s cable TV audience will shrink dramatically.
The journalist Sean Illing explains how TV, Twitter and TikTok shape our brains — and our politics.
The network will keep its usual prime-time lineup instead. Its sister network, Fox Business, will air the hearing.
After years of being put through the wringer of New York City media, five journalists created Hell Gate, the blog-style news site run on their terms.
The story of a 10-year-old girl in Ohio became the focus of a heated political debate that played out in the news media.
Name your emotions. Take action. Know your limits. These seven mindfulness-based strategies can help you stay grounded while caring deeply about the world.
Would images from mass shootings shock the country out of its morbid malaise and into action to address the public health crisis guns have created?
The internet has pretty much killed local news wars. The Baltimore Banner, a nonprofit start-up, is trying to change that by taking on The Baltimore Sun.
YouTubers in the country are finding success by delivering political content to an audience that tends to shun traditional media.
One photographer’s account of the commotion surrounding the biggest investigation in Washington since Watergate.
What happened to a story published in The Times of London that was critical of Prime Minister Boris Johnson? The disappearance has London’s media world guessing.
A New York Times investigation found that the bullet that killed a Palestinian-American journalist was fired from the approximate position of an Israeli military vehicle.
Possible U.F.O. sightings, A.I. breakthroughs and the Jan. 6 hearings all help us understand how hard it to grasp what is happening right in front of us.
A former campaign strategist, he became a fixture in American political journalism and punditry and was seen on “PBS NewsHour” for 33 years.
The aim of Sally Buzbee, The Post’s editor, is to broaden the newspaper’s reach. A year into the job, she’s dealing with internal tumult over some longstanding grievances.
Dom Phillips, a freelance reporter for The Guardian, and Bruno Araújo Pereira, a Brazilian expert on Indigenous peoples, have been missing in the Amazon since June 5.
At Fox News, there was little drama over the decision to project Joseph R. Biden the winner of Arizona. But the relationship between Trump and the network was never the same.
Search crews found clothes and other belongings of the two men who went missing in the Amazon last week. Authorities are also testing blood from a suspect’s boat and human remains found elsewhere.
A new report challenges news outlets to provide richer, more urgent coverage of the rise of authoritarian movements in the United States and abroad.
The first night of the Jan. 6 hearings was serious public service, but it told an engrossing story with the tools of a limited series drama.
Even if they drag a few million American eyeballs away from their streaming platforms for a night or two, the hearings could well be a dud.
Its sister network, the lower-rated Fox Business, will carry live coverage, while star prime-time hosts like Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity will proceed as usual.
Thirty years ago, I arrived at The Times as an intern. This is what I’ve learned.
Chris Licht, the new CNN chairman, is encouraging a more nuanced approach to coverage. Some at the network are skeptical.
An independent investigation is needed to determine who shot Ms. Abu Akleh and to establish whether she was a target because of her work.
The longtime chief operating officer of Facebook’s parent company, Ms. Sandberg said it was “time for her to write the next chapter of my life.”
Dmitri A. Muratov, whose newspaper was shuttered in response to the Kremlin’s increasingly draconian censorship, will donate the proceeds to Ukrainian refugees.
Frustrated Americans ask whether the release of graphic photos of gun violence would lead to better policy. But which photos, and who decides?
Patrick Poivre d’Arvor, known as a great seducer, has been accused by more than 20 women of rape, sexual assault and harassment in France’s belated #MeToo reckoning.
The Palestinian Authority reported its final findings from a two-week investigation into the killing of the journalist Shireen Abu Akleh. Israel said it was still conducting its own inquiry.
This week’s upfronts, when the media industry sells its programming to advertisers, showed how much has changed in the past few years.
The first Black and first openly gay press secretary was raised in an immigrant family with “so many secrets.” Now she occupies one of the most scrutinized jobs in American politics.
Even the White House has acknowledged that there is no consensus method for compiling coronavirus data.
It is possible to opt out of far-right co-optation.
Symone Sanders talks about her pivot from working at the White House to covering it on her new cable show.
Images taken in the 1970s and ’80s provide a glimpse into life under autocracy.
The rise of Kathy Barnette in the state’s G.O.P. Senate race has divided the network’s stars, with some backing her and others going on the attack to help a rival, Dr. Mehmet Oz.
Video showed police officers in Jerusalem beating and kicking mourners next to the coffin of Shireen Abu Akleh, an Al Jazeera reporter who was killed on Wednesday, forcing one to the ground.
The Palestinian Authority said it would not let Israeli officials examine the bullet that killed Shireen Abu Akleh. Israel said that is the only way to determine who fired it.
Ms. Abu Akleh, a Palestinian American reporter who was killed in the West Bank on Wednesday, was a household name across the Middle East.
The circumstances surrounding the fatal shooting of Shireen Abu Akleh, a veteran journalist, are still unclear.