A journalist accused the UK Labour Party leader of riding the bicycle of a communist dictator—so we tried to work out if a "Mao-bike" is really something that exists in the world.
The Westport Independent makes you a newspaper editor trying to do journalism in the face of a corrupt government.
Do we have a responsibility not to share those videos of the journalists in Virginia being killed? Or is the publicizing of horrible images the only way real reforms can occur?
The Luftwaffe's 100-year goal of destroying the East End finally seems to be over.
As we wait on the verdict in a case involving three criminal harassment charges, two feminists, and one accused stalker, mainstream women columnists in Canada remain committed to making the internet less safe for women.
At a recent protest against the Pamplona bull run, a British woman used her boobs to draw attention to animal rights. But when the cause is totally unrelated to gender equality, is getting your nipples out actually counter-productive?
With just weeks to go before a federal election, pessimism about the Canadian government's draconian anti-media policies is at an all-time high.
Why is everyone losing their shit over the ABC airing the views of someone who said something that could possibly be interpreted as a pro-terrorism sentiment, but not bothered by newspapers whose editorials and front pages seemed specifically geared to in…
In early June, Michael Lansu was laid off from the Chicago Sun-Times after almost two years keeping tabs on the Windy City's notorious gun violence.
With 19 countries already legalising same-sex marriage, a small but vocal group continues to oppose it. It's not religious, or right wing, or even straight.
My dad was a journalist when he was kidnapped by Islamic militants in Beirut in 1985, three months before I was born. But it's American laws that have made figuring out what happened a nightmare.
After hearing rumors of Thai monks burning stillborn babies for luck, I went on a journey to see if there was any truth to them.
"Raunchy? I don't think I'm raunchy. All my male peers get to talk about their dicks without being labeled dirty."
We talked to her about staging photos, humor, and why she quit photojournalism.
With a film about him premiering next month, we explore the buoyant popularity of New Zealand's most controversial media figure.
How Eric Hobsbawm and Marshall McLuhan influenced Doug's latest nonfiction work, The Age of Earthquakes.
The report found evidence that Ghomeshi was "emotionally unpredictable" and would play cruel jokes on his employees, make demeaning, inappropriate, and unwanted comments about their appearance, and not credit them for their work.
Tilly Lawless gave us her take on "empowerment" and why being a sex worker doesn't make her an authority on sex trafficking.
A review by the Columbia School of Journalism found a number of glaring problems with the way the magazine's viral "A Rape on Campus" story was reported.
The cops have suspended their investigation into the alleged gang rape that set off a national conversation about sexual assault on campus.
The new Native American media group is working to represent the Native community where the mainstream media has failed.
I've been writing this Bad Cop Blotter column for more than 18 months, and the pre-Ferguson, post-Ferguson divide is palpable—if only in a media-giving-a-shit kind of a way.
Last night the question of what color a dress was set the internet on fire, and by this morning plenty of people were feeling like it should be burned to the ground.
An insider's account of the bizarre world of the Chinese state-run English-language media.