In a conversation with the Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter, Truthdig columnist Chris Hedges wonders if the era of great journalism that Hersh embodies has passed.
Facebook is shutting down its problematic "trending" news section after four years, claiming the tool is outdated and wasn't popular.
Although the government’s grip on media outlets has loosened in recent years, dangerous constraints, plus lowered standards of professionalism, are causing deep concern.
The 2016 Green Party presidential candidate supports the corruption probe but decries its misuse for warmongering, censorship and political repression.
Just because Donald Trump is using the recent chemical attack as an excuse to bomb Syria does not mean the attack didn't happen. We need to acknowledge the reality of Syrian suffering at the hands of Assad, Putin and the U.S.
Brig. Gen. Kurt Stein, who has been suspended, allegedly made the remark at a meeting attended by hundreds.
After privately assuring senators that Facebook will do better, CEO Mark Zuckerberg is undergoing a two-day grilling during which he will try to restore trust in the company.
Can community newsrooms—media powered by the people, for the people—rebuild public trust in the news?