Photos of Kate Middleton, Prince William and their children in Mustique will most likely not be released by the media.
Thomas Markle reportedly teamed up with paparazzi to take fake photos ahead of the royal wedding.
The day was proclaimed by the U.N. General Assembly in December 1993. This year's theme is "Keeping Power in Check: Media, Justice and The Rule of Law."
Samuel Woodward, 20, was charged with felony murder in the killing of University of Pennsylvania student Blaze Bernstein.
Two Reuters reporters arrested in Myanmar could be charged under the British colonial-era law known as the "Official Secrets Act.'
The list in question, was drawn up by an anonymous woman in October 2017, providing a safe space for women to expose men in media who sexually harassed or abused them.
From PUBLIQ to PressCoin, many teams are currently trying to create blockchain solutions for the media industry.
Malta's popular and controversial journalist cum blogger was a harsh critic of the Malta Prime Minister Joseph Muscat.
Ariel Winter was pissed on her first day of school because of paparazzi.
The job of a journalist can be perilous.
Despite “fake news” dominating headlines and President Donald Trump’s tweets, fact-checking website Snopes.com says it’s in financial trouble and may shut down without crowdfunding help.
Who Is Bryce Marlatt? Republican Oklahoma State Senator Tried To Kiss Uber Driver, Has Duties Revoked
A female Uber driver a police complaint against Sen. Bryce Marlatt of Woodward saying he forcefully grabbed her and tried to kiss her.
Jennifer Lawrence does not want others to pet her dog.
Pippa and James are set to get married on May 20 at St. Mark’s Church in Englefield, Berkshire.
Why Was Preet Bharara Fired? New York Attorney Was Investigating HHS Secretary Tom Price Before His Removal
The former Georgia congressman, now Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, has a political history of aiding companies in which he'd invested.
White House Correspondents' Dinner: Jessica Chastain, Alyssa Milano, Kathy Griffin And Others React To Trump's Decision To Skip Event
Celebrities on social media had a variety of reactions to the President Donald Trump's announcement of skipping the annual dinner.
Nick Cannon is now close to filing a lawsuit against the National Enquirer after the rapper learned what the tabloid is preparing to publish about his private life.
Russia's foreign ministry will actively target the free western press with its new program.
Johnny Depp Net Worth: Hunter S. Thompson Ashes Stunt, Wine, Yacht, Other Expenses Drained Actor's Funds
A countersuit claimed actor Johnny Depp spent $3 million shooting Hunter S. Thompson's ashes from a cannon and $30,000 per month on wine.
Facebook is introducing a news features called “The Journalism Project” to combat fake news from spreading.
Journalists In Syria: More Reporters Killed In Syria Than Anywhere Else As Country Ranks As Most Dangerous For Media In World
"It is unfortunately clear that many of the world's leaders are developing a form of paranoia about legitimate journalism."
Facebook announced a four-part plan to fight fake news on its platform. The initiative will rely on reports from users, third-party fact checkers, and algorithms.
Marijuana Legalization: ‘Gonzo’ Journalist Hunter S. Thompson’s Widow To Sell Author’s Personal Strains Of Cannabis
The author’s widow, Anita Thompson, said she was working with a company to grow and distribute six kinds of marijuana, which were once smoked by the writer.
Seven years after the death of their father, what are Michael Jackson's children up to now?
The suspect tried to enter Argentina with false Paraguayan documents and was flagged on an Interpol list.
The former New York Times foreign correspondent won the Pulitzer Prize for his coverage of Cambodia under the Khmer Rouge reign of terror.
The Barcelona talisman and his father, Jorge, won't serve actual jail time but face a 21-month long probation.
Panama Papers Update: Mossack Fonseca Computer Technician Arrested By Swiss Officials Over Data Theft
Authorities in Geneva made the arrest following a complaint by law firm Mossack Fonseca, which is at the center of a massive data leak.
Smaller news outlets that lack the resources to pump out high-end sponsored content can now pull some from the big wire service.
The trial of the chief of Egyptian Syndicate of Journalists and two of the union’s board members will begin Saturday at a Cairo misdemeanors court.