The worst enemy of America’s once-proud newspapers is not Trump—nor is it the rising cost of newsprint or the “free” digital news on websites.
Whether you love the WikiLeaks founder or regard him as a threat to democracy, he is entitled to the presumption of innocence until proven guilty.
The suspect in the shooting at The Capital Gazette is a white male who is believed to have carried a shotgun.
Ali Watkins got big national security scoops—while dating a key source.
The photojournalist was documenting events staged by the Poor People’s Campaign in Jefferson City, Mo.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights is reportedly "extremely concerned" by four neighboring countries' demand that Qatar shut down the television news network.
A federal grand jury indicts Aaron Cantú, who was covering the protests in Washington, D.C., as an independent journalist.
The president's petty attacks on the media are deeply worrisome to Americans sensitive to the danger of a spiral into authoritarian rule.
Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer talks with the USC journalism professor, pictured, about opposition to the new Trump administration and the role of the media in these troubling times.
Trump isn’t even president yet, but he’s already eroding our democracy. Donald Trump isn’t even president yet, but he’s already eroding our democracy.