It is the first time in decades the government has challenged a standing legal doctrine by suing to block a merger.
Nothing Donald Trump does should distract journalists from staying focused on the plight of families the U.S. has separated for the crime of being poor and nonwhite.
New York City dailies play fast and loose with the inflammatory term “gang” and defer to questionable police tactics, just as they did with "stop and frisk" policies.
Mindlessly repeating sensationalist FBI framing isn't journalism—it’s fear-mongering.
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.
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 news website, which received 19 nominations from the Los Angeles Press Club, earns three first-place prizes, six second-place awards and one third-place finish.