In briefing, State Department spokesperson refuses to comment on Imran Khan’s disqualification, saying it is an internal matter
Reporters slam restrictions on media, saying Delhi’s communications clampdown is making their jobs virtually impossible
Diplomatic fallout over Jamal Khashoggi’s murder has potential to hit Ankara’s strained economy
U.K. foreign secretary says global community should shine spotlight on states that target journalists
U.S. president accuses journalists of covering Russia probe unfairly after Mueller report clears him of collusion
Senior U.S. lawmakers to consider measures on Yemen war, Jamal Khashoggi killing next week
The difference between reassessment and backtracking
Gulf kingdom threatens to respond to any sanctions, political pressure with a ‘bigger’ action
War reporting, investigative journalism suffer as funding dries up
In bid to combat rise of hoaxes, misinformation, established outlets are stepping up fact-checking methods
Veteran journalist Shujaat Bukhari was shot dead while leaving his office in Srinagar
Unidentified men briefly abducted Gul Bukhari in Lahore late on Tuesday
‘The Post’ celebrates the virtues of a free press
News organizations should brace for next wave of technology shake-ups
New project will rely on professional journalists and readers to serve as fact-checkers to ‘protect and improve’ articles
‘Awareness display’ to help people figure out veracity of news stories being shared on social media.
Social media company says it is conducting a survey to gauge interest in enhanced version of TweetDeck client.
Shift to digital not rescuing troubled U.S. newspapers.
Broadcaster is facing pressure from changing viewership habits.
In conversation with award-winning graphic novelist Joe Sacco.