Sexual Assault Survivors in Journalism Are Waiting for Their Reckoning
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.
EPA security forcibly removed a reporter from a public event on toxic chemicals
“She said she was not hurt, but she was actually physically touched,” one source told VICE News.
Men Keep Harassing On-Air Female Journalists
An incident involving a Canadian journalist at a music festival is just the latest in a long and shitty trend.
Michelle Tafoya on Sports Broadcasting and Working on Christmas
Michelle Tafoya was the first woman to call an NCAA Tournament game. Now she's roaming NFL sidelines on Sunday nights for NBC.
This is already the deadliest year for journalists in Mexico since 2010
Eight journalists were killed in Mexico in the first half of this year, according to a report by the freedom of expression group Article 19 that also registered a doubling in the number of non-fatal attacks on the media.
Blackout: Venezuela's Activist Journalists
In the lead-up to last year’s controversial elections, VICE News was on the ground in Venezuela with the activist journalists fighting against the censorship of the country's dwindling free press.
Remembering John Barron, Donald Trump’s ‘Spokesman’ Alter Ego
The fictitious Trump executive was the beginning of Trump's mastery of media manipulation.
Reporter Killed in Veracruz Bar Shooting Was About to Start His Own Newspaper
Juan Santos Carrera had only recently left his job as a Veracruz correspondent for the Televisa conglomerate, and was preparing to start his own local newspaper in the state known as the deadliest for reporters in Mexico.
Mexican Governor of Deadliest State for Reporters Will Testify in Photographer Killing
It was the first sign that Javier Duarte might face judicial pressure to answer claims among Veracruz reporters that his administration is responsible for the killings of journalists.
Victim in Photojournalist Killing: ‘If Anything Happens to Me,’ It Was the Veracruz Governor
Nadia Vera, 32, was among five victims killed Friday in Mexico, including photographer Ruben Espinosa. She said in November that Veracruz Governor Javier Duarte would be "responsible" if she suffered any attack.
Women Killed Alongside Mexican Photojournalist Were Tortured and Raped
Three of the four women who were killed along with Ruben Espinosa were assaulted before being shot in the head. Loved ones identified them as friends ranging in ages from 18 to 32, and one 40-year-old house cleaner.
‘Behave,’ Says Governor of Deadliest State for Reporters in Mexico After String of Murders
"It's for your own good," said Gov. Javier Duarte of Veracruz, where 12 journalists have been killed since he took office. Six have been killed in Mexico so far this year, a tally on track to double from 2014.