“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.
The reporters who survived the insurrection are still covering Congress. But things don’t feel normal.
Their Facebook posts said cow faeces and urine are not the cure, “science and common sense is.”
After the Fox host claimed he was being surveilled, the National Security Agency issued a very odd statement.
Ivory Hecker interrupted a live broadcast to accuse her bosses of muzzling her. Her evidence was they wouldn’t let her cover Bitcoin and hydroxychloroquine.
Tech workers at the Times are organizing, but rather than recognizing their union, management is running tactics out of a union-busting playbook.
Twelve journalists and bloggers covering the pandemic have been charged by police since it began.
Covering the coup, they are redefining a stereotypically macho profession.
A CNN anchor said “the world is lucky” to have the network’s star correspondent covering the violent aftermath of a coup. Is it, really?