The dual American and Iranian citizen has been held in Iran for more than five months on undisclosed charges.
Although Charlie Hebdo distributed about 700,000 copies Wednesday, many newsstands in Paris sold out in the early hours of the morning. Here’s why some people lined up to try to buy the magazine.
The newspaper’s editor and the cartoonist who drew this week’s cover image depicting the Prophet Muhammad delivered an emotional and spirited message at a news conference on Tuesday.
Only in one city did media broadcast interviews with terrorists, as well as secret, and possibly dangerous, details of the sieges.
The Santa Barbara News-Press has been heavily criticized for using the word “illegals” in a headline about undocumented immigrants applying for California driver’s licenses.
“I’ve taken this selfie over 100 times to make sure I look as hot as possible.”
A report by Solve Media says that 34% of the traffic on retail-specific websites came from bots, and more than half was “suspicious.”
Covering the news can come at a horrible price.
Take a look at the impressive shortlist for the UK Picture Editor’s Guild Awards 2014.
The award-winning newspaper consistently delivers punbelievable covers.
So much #fresh #content in the new world.
Journalists given four weeks to achieve a higher “score” and keep jobs.
“What is so wrong about digging up dirt on shady journalist?”
She also used her time on the Jonathan Ross Show to criticise sexism in the media.
Recorded telephone calls obtained by the Associated Press show that Ferguson, Missouri police privately admitted the no-fly zone was intended to keep media from covering the August protests for Michael Brown. This contradicts earlier statements by the police.
“We have frozen our energy prices. Here is a sad Orangutan.”
Technology has given us new and wondrous ways to utterly embarrass ourselves.
Swift says she wished she had someone like Watson to look up to when she was younger. She also spoke out against sexism in the media.
Don’t worry though, they gave it 110%.
Polls opened at 7 a.m. local time (2 a.m. ET) today. The people of Scotland are today being asked the question: “Should Scotland be an independent country?”. If they vote “Yes”, the 307-year-old union between Scotland and the rest of the U.K. will come to an end.
However, Sean Hannity does think Adrian Peterson “went too far.”
After being considered by ABC to join The View, Roger Ailes hires the Fox News regular to be a network contributor.
Attorney Ben Crump accuses the St. Louis Post-Dispatch of trying to drive web traffic with its pursuit of Michael Brown’s record.
It’s basically one epiphany after another. Including a lot of stuff which should have been obvious all along.