In an interview with Reuters, he also warned there was "every chance" of a "major, major" conflict with North Korea.
Keys, who previously worked for a Tribune TV station, was accused of conspiring with hacker group Anonymous to deface the Los Angeles Times website.
In an interview, President Obama says Iran must halt and dial back its nuclear program for "double-digit years" if it ever hopes to reach a deal to ease sanctions.
The news agency's budget will go up 1%, but that's not enough to prevent some job losses. A person familiar with the matter said the cuts would not exceed 55.
Molhem Barakat was a freelance photographer for Reuters covering the fighting in Aleppo.
Recent stories about a potential sale of Time Warner Cable offer a master class in the subtle semiotics of deal-making. A reader's guide.
If it happened, Reuters was there to see it. Here are some of the best images their photographers took this year.
Stephen Adler, the president and editor-in-chief of Reuters, announced that 5% of the newsroom would be laid off. That could mean 135 staffers will depart.
Erle Norton will today be named executive producer of ABC News Digital, overseeing editorial and video operations across ABCNews.com.
Oh snap! Darden's earnings missed expectations, but this lobster totally exceeded them.
The official @thomsonreuters Twitter account was apparently hacked by the Syrian Electronic Army late Monday when it began broadcasting a collection of political cartoons on the conflict in Syria.
His fighting styles were "Ni-Ten Ichiryu, Muay Thai, Brazilian Juijitsu, Girly Biting and Scratching."
Reuters thinks so, and says in its caption that this wire photo shows a "tear."
The Boston Marathon bombing suspect was placed on the "Terrorist Identities Datamart Environment" list after the FBI spoke to him in 2011.
If convicted, Reuters' deputy social media editor Matthew Keys faces up to 25 years in prison and $750,000 in fines.
According to the Twitter analytics website Favstar, these are the most retweeted tweets of some of the biggest news organizations.
She was in France at a private resort and went topless on vacation. This is allowed, and actually not that crazy because she was in FRANCE where this is normal.
One story claimed that the rebel Free Syrian Army was withdrawing after 1,000 of its soldiers were killed and 1,500 were arrested. No word yet on who's behind the hack.
Reuters attracted quite a bit of blowback for its video calling May Day a "dud" yesterday. "A diverse set of views," social media editor de Rosa says.
Internet over, everyone go home. No matter what your political leanings are, there's something here for everyone.
Yesterday's most moving and interesting photos, today. From the Reuters Collection.
From the moving to the morbid, here are the day's most interesting and beautiful photos from the Reuters Collection.