Historically, there have been far fewer women than men in news organizations, but that model appears to be changing.
Less than a month after PBS dropped his show in the wake of reports he had inappropriate relationships with subordinates, Smiley announced a new series about inspirational stories.
The network took action less than 24 hours after several women who worked with Rose on his PBS interview show alleged a pattern of sexual misconduct.
New First Amendment concerns are raised over the treatment of Brown, who was imprisoned in a case related to email leaks.
The American broadcaster depends on foundations, corporations and wealthy individuals to pay for much of its programming. This private funding undermines the integrity of the "independent" journalism it bankrolls.
The investigative journalist made his case on The Intercept about the social media giant’s collaboration with Israeli officials to block content that government finds objectionable.
In a recent video compilation, YouTube commentator Matt Orfalea added parts of an answer the Green Party presidential candidate recently gave on PBS' "NewsHour," arguing that the portions left out on the air are crucial to Stein's arguments against Clinton. In a recent video compilation, YouTube commentator Matt Orfalea added parts of an answer the Green Party presidential candidate recently gave on PBS' "NewsHour," arguing that the portions left out on the air are crucial to Stein's arguments against Clinton.
Obama faces criticism over civilian deaths caused by the drone program, which is being denounced as having little oversight, a mounting death toll and results that can be seen as war crimes.
A film by Renee Tajima-Peña revives the historical context for our ongoing mistreatment of undocumented immigrants—and reminds us why it shouldn’t be forgotten.
This PBS documentary can’t seem to make up its mind about whether nuclear power is a manageable risk or an untamable beast. It really shouldn’t be that confusing.