"Imagine, if you will, sitting down to your morning coffee, turning on your home computer to read the day's newspaper," a news anchor said in a 1981 KRON San Francisco broadcast.
What documents about Snowden, Greenwald and Assange show is at odds with the publicity they have received, and goes beyond personal eccentricities or dubious activities to reveal an agenda that even the leakers’ most ardent admirers should question.
A leader of the ultra-Orthodox Jewish Neturei Karta group, which is a fierce anti-Zionist organization, was beaten by a group of Muslim men in Holland.
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Seven months ago, the world began to learn the vast scope of the National Security Agency’s reach into the lives of hundreds of millions of people in the United States and around the globe, as it collects information about their phone calls, their em
British police are examining whether Guardian newspaper staff should be investigated for terrorism offenses over their handling of data leaked by Edward Snowden, Britain's senior counter-terrorism officer said on Tuesday.
The stampede for the exits continues at Jill Abramson’s beleaguered New York Times.
Ignoring the U.S. Department of Justice’s guidelines written explicitly for them, Baltimore police officers arrested a newspaper photojournalist for attempting to document a raid on a party, claiming he single-handely caused other party goers to thro
The Iranian-American founder of eBay plans to sink millions into a new investigative media project with journalist Glenn Greenwald. Friends and employees tell Lloyd Grove his big move into media is driven by his passion for American democracy.
Omidyar says decision to set up news organisation fuelled by 'concern about press freedoms in the US and around the world'
Glenn Greenwald, who has made headlines around the world with his reporting on U.S. electronic surveillance programs, is leaving the Guardian newspaper to join a new media venture funded by eBay founder Pierre Omidyar, according to people familiar wi
Reporters beware: if you try to interview a high-profile personality who is visiting Yale Law School you best tread carefully lest you want to end up behind bars.
Don't even get him started on the New York Times which, he says, spends "so much more time carrying water for Obama than I ever thought they would" – or the death of Osama bin Laden. "Nothing's been done about that story, it's one big lie,
I just found out a short time ago that Charley Reese recently passed away. He died in May of this year. Amazingly, I did not even read a eulogy of his passing. Holy cow! How quickly people forget us after we are gone. I heard about his death via word
The Syria researcher whose Wall Street Journal op-ed piece was cited by Secretary of State John Kerry and Sen. John McCain during congressional hearings about the use of force has been fired from the Institute for the Study of War for lying about hav
Jeffrey P. Bezos, the next owner of The Washington Post, says he doesn’t have all the answers for what’s ailing the newspaper industry or for the financially challenged news organization he is preparing to buy.
“I never email on my state email anything that can come back to bite my ass,” Gardner says in a call. “It’s all done offline. I never — sh*t, I never use my state email because it is all done on different stuff, ’cause I don’t want to go to court or
For the second time this month, the New York Times' website has gone down. However, unlike the first outage on Aug. 14, which was blamed on server problems, the company said it believed today's outage was a result of external "malicious attack."
The partner of Guardian reporter Glenn Greenwald, was held for the maximum time authorities are allowed to detain individuals under the Terrorism Act's Schedule 7, which authorizes security agencies to stop and question people at borders.
The decline and fall of traditional mainstream daily newspapers and monthly magazines is continuing unabated, as demonstrated by a spate of bad news that has recently beset some of the biggest names in the industry.
The big story on the morning of June 5 was that the New York Times Company sold the Boston Globe for a paltry $70 million. It had paid $1.1 billion in 1993, which was worth $1.76 billion in today’s money.
President Obama visited Tennessee last week where he was greeted by a mass of protesters. The Chattanooga Times Free Press' “Take Your Jobs Plan and Shove it, Mr. President” ran front and center. The article was written by editorial manager
In an ironic twist for a tycoon whose company has always kept its distance from the press, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has agreed to pay $250 million cash for The Washington Post.
The Washington Post Co. agreed to sell its flagship newspaper to Amazon.com founder and chief executive Jeffrey P. Bezos, ending the Graham family’s stewardship of one of America’s leading news organizations after four generations.
Playboy, Penthouse and other sex-themed magazines will no longer be sold at Army and Air Force exchanges _
The attorney for a former State Department arms expert accused of leaking classified information to a Fox News reporter wrote that other high-level government officials may have been responsible for the illegal disclosure.
A Yemeni journalist who was kept in prison for years at the apparent request of the Obama administration has been released. Abdulelah Haider Shaye was imprisoned in 2010, after reporting an attack was carried out by the United States
Fifteen hours after acknowledging that an innuendo-filled article is factually false, the Post still has not corrected it
“What I learned from our journalists should alarm everyone in this room and I think should alarm everyone in this country. The actions of the DOJ against AP are already having an impact beyond the specifics of this particular case,” AP's CEO said
U.S. intelligence operatives covertly sabotaged a prominent al-Qaeda online magazine last month in an apparent attempt to sow confusion among the group’s followers, according to officials.