13-year-old Talia Joy Castellano of Orlando has had a tough past six years.
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City Times, a newspaper in the Chinese province of Yunnan, was due to publish a controversial story recently about a local official, Fujian Communication Department director Li Dejin, and his controversial lifestyle — stating that he wears a watch wo
SWAT: The Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) which attacked National Award Peace winner Malala Yousafzai on Tuesday have said that they will target her again if she survives because she was a “secular-minded lady”.
Chinese state-owned newspaper China Daily has this two page advert in today's New York Times.
Over the past decade, lots of big newspaper companies have gone bust.
Al-Watan, a daily newspaper in Egypt, has responded to cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammad in a French magazine Charlie Hebdo with offensive cartoons of their own.
Project S.H.A.M.E.: Megan McArdle, a Covert Republican Party Activist Trained by the Billionaire Koch Brothers
Nice to see integrity, or maybe it's a PR stunt for the author. Either way a boost to exposing the msm.
French Magazine Portrays Prophet Mohammad Naked In Cartoons, Set To Further Infuriate Muslim World
A Swedish celebrity magazine has printed 11 topless photos of Kate Middleton spread over three pages of its latest issue while its sister publication in Denmark has threatened to use between 60 and 70 of the offensive shots later this week.
France announced Wednesday it will close 20 embassies across the Muslim world on Friday after French weekly Charlie Hebdo published cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed naked, amid growing unrest over an anti-Islamic film that has left dozens dead.
This graph proves that we're the ones who are winning and on 2 fronts. First the business model of being shameless left-wing shills when alternative and honest opinion is available online just isn't working. Secondly, the corrupt media is desperate
Zachary Tennen told police two men at the party asked whether he was Jewish, raised their arms in a Nazi salute, chanted "Heil Hitler" and then knocked him unconscious.
The New York Times has complained to the city’s police department after one of its photographers said he was assaulted by officers who arrested him on Saturday.
The New York Times Company reported a second-quarter loss on Thursday because of a write-down in the value of About.com and continuing declines in print and digital advertising revenue.
Blackstone's Byron Wien is up with a new column, wherein he relays a conversation he had with someone he only refers to as The Smartest Man In Europe.
Fast and Furious are the last dying struggles of newspapers suffering from self inflicted wounds. Across the nation we see the downsizing and death of newspapers. They have lost and continue to lose their audience and influence. The steady decline
The Guardian Nailed The Greek Bailout With This Awesome Front Page
Two years before the Nazi invasion of Poland, an Atlantic author made country-by-country predictions about Germany's eastward expansion.
Photojournalists found slain and dumped in plastic bags, less than a week after the killing of another journalist.
British Prime Minister David Cameron insisted Sunday he had struck no secret deals with media baron Rupert Murdoch whereby policy was traded for his newspapers' political support.
MoJo's editors and the American Society of Magazine Editors' Sid Holt discuss the byline gap.
A second worker at Lamar Advertising, one of the nation's largest provider of outdoor media, has admitted poisoning and chopping down trees that block its billboards
The New York Times is often quick to break big news in the world of journalism, but a recent mishap involving one of their own writers is expected to be spared coverage by the legendary newspaper.
Otto Reich and Ezequiel Vázquez Ger's reckless and illogical column ("How Ecuador's immigration policy helps al Qaeda") says more about the authors' desire to baselessly attack the government of Ecuador than their ability to offer readers any substan
US reporter, forced into retirement after controversial remarks about Jews, hailed for "supporting Palestine in the West."
Photos of the week
On March 10, Bob Caldwell, a respected Oregon journalist and longtime editor of the newspaper’s opinion pages, died of a heart attack from sex with a hooker. It's the coverup and hypocrisy that gets you into trouble.