New York magazine’s website was taken down, apparently by hackers trying to silence it, just hours after publishing the accounts of 35 women who say they were raped by Bill Cosby. The site came back up about 12 hours later.
The story certainly seemed like a blockbuster: A criminal investigation of Hillary Rodham Clinton by the Justice Department was being sought by two federal inspectors general over her email practices while secretary of state.
A secretive British police investigation focusing on journalists working with Edward Snowden’s leaked documents remains ongoing two years after it was quietly launched,The Intercept can reveal.
MANAMA, Bahrain — Just three miles from the gleaming center of town, a local journalist in a rusted, old compact car swerves around trash dumpsters set on fire to deter police cars from entering the impoverished, restive Shiite neighborhoods.
I felt a sort of idealistic giddiness upon enrolling in “Prisons & Punishment,” a government course introduced during my senior year of college.
New York Magazine’s latest cover is instantly iconic. Pictured in black-and-white, it shows 35 women sitting down who have accused Bill Cosby of sexual assault with the powerful headline “Cosby: The Women.
"This is the next stage of our evolution.”
At the beginning of July, the Associated Press made international headlines when it was the first to obtain freshly unsealed documents in Andrea Constand‘s 2005 suit against accused serial rapist Bill Cosby.
Donald Trump's visit to the U.S.-Mexico border dominated the airwaves on Thursday -- in English and Spanish.
The attackers who came for John Kituyi one night in April weren’t interested in robbery.
Who wins when a scary, but edge-pushing new climate study led by one of the world’s most prominent climate scientists makes headlines before it is either peer reviewed or published?
Bob Fallstrom believed unapologetically in good news. He spent more than half of his 66 years at the Decatur Herald & Review in Central Illinois writing about high school show choirs, employees of the year and school spelling bees.
The Poynter Institute will become the international home of fact-checking organizations with the awarding of up to $225,000 in grant support from Omidyar Network and $75,000 in funding from the National Endowment for Democracy (NED).