In an apparent case of art imitating life, Ramón Fonseca’s novel explores such themes as illicit “enrichment.”
The conservative news site is unapologetically backing the Republican candidate — and the strategy seems to be paying off.
The industry ranks No. 5 in pay disparities between men and women. Compensation was said to be a factor in Jill Abramson’s departure from the New York Times.
Shortly after multiple explosions rocked the Belgian capital, injuring scores and killing at least 28, Donald Trump made the rounds as if he were already in charge.
A startup has devised a plan for paying publishers whose ads have been blocked, but the model faces key challenges.
The great irony is that the same press Donald Trump says he despises has made his campaign possible with vast amounts of free airtime.
Outbreaks of protest are the latest story, but many media commentators, and Americans in general, fear things could get much worse in the coming months.
“10 Cloverfield Lane,” a half-sequel to the 2008 monster movie “Cloverfield,” will see a decent return for its $15 million budget.
It was clear that the change in tone during Thursday's GOP debate in Florida was the front-runner’s call.
By “going rogue” in scheduling a TV event with Donald Trump, the Fox News host has damaged his credibility, some conservatives say.
Thursday night’s raucous — and, at times, vulgar — debate illustrated the state of U.S. political discourse. There may be no going back.
This fake commentator keeps calling primary results with mystifying accuracy. IBT finds out how he does it.
On Tuesday night, as Sen. Marco Rubio fell far behind Donald Trump in state after state, Fox's coverage sobered up.
Not since “All the President’s Men” has a film promised to energize the media’s public image, but will aspiring journalists heed the call?
A gaggle of Beltway journalists tried their hands at standup comedy at a charity event in Washington Thursday.
Hughes, who bought the magazine in 2012, said he is confident in handing the reins over to liberal publishing magnate Win McCormack.
Writing off the Republican's campaign as a sideshow wouldn't make him go away. Why couldn't the media see that sooner?
The inaugural award of the prize ended up going to three writers.
The D.C. breakfast bunch is not happy over suggestions the hosts are a little too cozy with Donald Trump.
Steven Hull, editor of the Huffington Post's British edition, said he's "proud" not to pay bloggers, arguing they're compensated with "exposure."