"Imagine getting ratio'd by furries."
A top Washington Post editor's tweet about NFL player Ben Roethlisberger threw gasoline on an already-sparking controversy.
Ingeborg Beugel said she has been forced to leave her home of 40 years as part of a wave of intimidation of media and NGOs over pushbacks of migrants.
Danny Fenster was arrested at the airport trying to leave Myanmar in May. He has not been heard from since.
Could Mirror, a new independent publishing platform, offer an escape from the exhaustion of the creator economy?
After Felicia Sonmez’s lawsuit against the Washington Post, reporters who’ve survived sexual assault are confronting their trauma and what the lawsuit means for media's future.
"We were fired by the editor-in-chief of a socialist magazine for trying to start a worker co-op," five fired staffers wrote in a letter posted on Tuesday.
A reporter for 9to5Mac paid a source in exchange for data extracted from a stolen iPhone prototype.
“As the crowd got angrier with each passing second, it did cross my mind that they could physically harm, or even kill, me.”
German police have visited Turkish journalists living in Germany to warn them that they're on a list of individuals who could be targeted.
Authorities raided Roman Dobrokhotov's house and seized his devices after the Russian government labeled his newspaper as a "foreign agent."
Danish Siddiqui was embedded with Afghan Special Forces and had survived two other ambushes in the span of a week.