Glenn Kessler, who writes the “Fact Checker” column, had a bizarre exchange with a reader after casting doubt on the accurate story of a 10-year-old who had been raped.
A top Washington Post editor's tweet about NFL player Ben Roethlisberger threw gasoline on an already-sparking controversy.
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.
It's far from the first time the administration has collected information on a reporter.
This time it's about a pair of op-eds from last summer.
The woman's post went either the best or the worst kind of viral, as armchair detectives started searching through Tom Sietsema's reviews.
The Washington Post’s New Columnist Consults for Spyware Firm That Helps Saudi Arabia Surveil Journalists
The new Washington Post columnist consults for NSO Group, which is currently being sued for helping Saudi Arabia surveil Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, who was murdered.
The latest revelations come six months after the journalist was killed.
“I can still see his lips coming straight for my face," Alva Johnson, 43, told the Washington Post.
Proving "actual malice" is hard.
The suit argues the student was “targeted and bullied” as a result of the reporting.
The Amazon CEO said in a blog that the owner of the National Enquirer tried to extort him over dick pics.