The Independent Journal Review (IJR) terminated a number of its employees on Thursday, leaving an unclear future for the millennial-focused conservative website that has recently faced a declining audience and internal strife, several employees told The Daily Caller News Foundation.
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Journalist Matt Taibbi received a settlement and correction from The Nation after the left-wing magazine falsely accused him of sexually assaulting teenage girls during his time in Russia.
The New York Times editorial board immediately regretted its recent hire of Quinn Norton Monday night after finding out she used charged language on the internet years prior, leading to her termination mere hours after the announcement.
NBC News has been recklessly reporting on Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election, according to the Department of Homeland of Security.
A staff photographer from The New York Times in Washington, D.C., believes President Donald Trump gives better access than President Barack Obama did, after covering the two administrations.
After years of financial problems, the infamous Newseum in Washington, D.C., is contemplating a sale of its massive Pennsylvania Avenue building, despite paying its board members fat six-figure salaries.
Billionaire doctor and Democratic donor Patrick Soon-Shiong reached a deal to purchase the Los Angeles Times from its parent company Tronc for nearly $500 million on Wednesday.
Former Attorney General and Barack Obama buddy Eric Holder told an audience at a Washington, D.C., breakfast Wednesday morning hosted by the Christian Science Monitor that he hasn't ruled out an attempt to unseat President Donald Trump in 2020.
A University of Oxford study claims that mainstream "right-wing" news sites like The Daily Caller and National Review constitute "junk news" and serve propaganda purposes, rather than informational.
Lawmakers and former intel staff members criticizing intelligence agencies could lead to less information being shared with Congress, a Tuesday Associated Press report alleges, despite that the FBI and CIA must meet congressional demands.
Both Newsweek's editor-in-chief Bob Roe and executive editor Ken Li have been fired, as well as investigative reporters Celeste Katz and Josh Saul in a day of chaos that left staffers wondering if they will receive paychecks.
The former FBI agent who announced his retirement from the federal agency in a New York Times column Friday after claiming the "relentless attacks on the bureau" made it "impossible" to continue working there, promptly received a CNN job as a law enforcement analyst in less than 48 hours.
Dozens of protesters in Minneapolis, Minn., including members of the Black Lives Matter movement, tried sabotaging the Super Bowl Sunday afternoon by stopping fans from entering the stadium.
The House Intelligence Committee has released its memo detailing alleged abuses by the FBI and Justice Department during their criminal investigations into President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign.
The co-founder of Newsweek Media Group, the parent company of Newsweek, has resigned as chairman two weeks after the company's headquarters was raided by the Manhattan district attorney as part of an ongoing financial fraud investigation.
A new state contract will provide all inmates in New York State prisons with free tablets that will allow access to music, e-books, videos, and other entertainment, as well as the ability to file grievances and report incidents of rape.
In a scene straight from a mafia movie, the FBI dropped $20,000 in food in order to lure 20 mobsters for a dinner party that ended with all attendees getting arrested.