A Chinese Citizen Journalist Disappeared 3 Months Ago. His Parents Still Don't Know If He's Alive—and Are Afraid to Speak Out.
Chen Qiushi showed the world what was really happening in Wuhan. He hasn't been seen in three months.
Last summer, Amanda Liberty told 'The Mirror' that she's in a relationship with a 91-year-old chandelier that she bought on eBay and named Lumiere.
The Writers Guild of America says NBC is renaming a nonfiction production company to avoid adhering to a labor agreement.
Li Zehua quit his job at state-run TV station CCTV to expose the reality of life inside the Wuhan lockdown zone.
He shared a draft with a Trump associate, coordinated with Rudy Giuliani, and used his personal attorneys with relationships to Ukrainian oligarchs as sources.
The 30-year-old, who was focused on local land disputes, was put behind bars for allegedly misusing his visa. Advocates say his detention is an attempt by the government to stifle press freedom.
The paper's standards editor will now "formally work with and advise the Opinion department."
It's a sign that democratically elected governments are growing more comfortable cracking down on journalists for publishing information originally obtained illegally, even if it’s in the public interest.
“We’ve been routinely forced to do extra work without any say in the matter—and often without extra pay."
The free-culture evangelist is suing for “clickbait defamation,” claiming the fallout has been “persistent and pervasive.”
A new report also tracks a disturbing new trend: regimes around the world are cracking down on "fake news" as a way to silence dissent.