We talked to the political cartoonist fired after 25 years for being too critical of Trump

Rob Rogers was fired from his job at the Pittsburgh Post Gazette because he was too angry — and too anti-Trump.


A Woman Called the Cops on a Black 11-Year-Old for Delivering Newspapers

It was the first day of his paper route.


This Maryland Shooting Survivor 'Couldn't Give a Fuck' About Thoughts and Prayers

"I'm going to need more than a couple days of news coverage and some thoughts and prayers, because it's—our whole lives have been shattered."


Facebook and Google are trying to dig local news out of the grave they put it in

Google and Facebook announced new initiatives to promote local media and get more “trusted” content in front of users.


Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks Team Up Against Nixon in 'The Post' Trailer

Check out the first trailer for Steven Spielberg's upcoming film that follows the 'Washington Post' in the wake of the Pentagon Papers.


2,000,000+ Photos Archive 50 Years of Aussie Life—in Arkansas

This LA art dealer just bought 2 million vintage photographs from the Sydney Morning Herald archive; now he’s sorting it.


Sports Are a Metaphor for Inequality in These Colorful Paintings

Baseball, carnivals, and institutional racism inspire Memphis-born artist Derek Fordjour's evocative paintings, collages, and sculptures.


81 Artists Explore the Newspaper as Art Object

In the era of “fake news,” an exhibition examines how The New York Times has been used by artists to investigate pressing issues.


Two Centuries of New York Times Covers Show How Images Infiltrated the News

A data artist made a timelapse video showing every cover of the New York Times from 1852 to now.


Orange Soaked Silkscreens Trace Black History in America

LA artist Knowledge Bennett explores African diaspora through newspapers and magazines in his Orange is the New Black exhibition.


Trump Canceled a Meeting with the 'New York Times,' Then Changed His Mind

After lashing out at the "not nice" newspaper, the president-elect decided to talk to its reporters after all.


The 'Dallas Morning News' Has Endorsed Hillary Clinton for President

It's the first time the newspaper has supported a Democratic candidate since before World War II.