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Vice Media announced significant cutbacks to its staff on Friday, adding more job losses to an already beleaguered industry.

Just in time to ride the last of the pre-Super Bowl buzz, Carbon today announced that it’s teaming up with sports equipment giant Riddell to 3D p...

Syria ordered to pay $300m over death of Sunday Times journalist in ‘targeted’ shelling in 2012

Manish Chaddha got addicted to pornography and playing online card games where he invested money forcibly taken from his mother. Police found pornogr

There is one way, and only one, where the surreal events of Thursday afternoon make even a little bit of sense at Penn Plaza. Monday, July 7 figures t...

It turns out they can also fast for months on end. But why?

Mrs Claire Hewitt wrote an open letter to the House of Commons telling them to start acting like role models.

In November, the Magnum photographer Larry Towell followed along as the migrants Trump railed against sought asylum amid chaos.

Nursing homes are supposed to be places that care for ill, frail adults — many of whom also suffer from Alzheimer’s and other forms of demen...

France host Wales in the first match of the 2019 Six Nations - watch BBC One coverage and follow live text and radio commentary.

In an industry where expense reduction is the prime strategy, much more consolidation is likely on the way. Little regulation prevents it, and the fin...

It reaffirms her queen status in the realm of the living, though it's shot in the realm of the dead

Prime Minister Saad Hariri has promised to initiate urgent economic and political reforms.

"Makes me wonder: Is there someone he’s expecting the FBI to arrest?”

Jim Cramer zooms through his responses to callers' stock questions, including one of the top names in banking.

Editor’s note: This week, Virginia lawmakers killed a measure to strengthen First Amendment rights for student journalists. Other states (including ...

Taipei, January 29, 2019--The Suizhou Intermediate People’s Court in Hubei province today sentenced Liu Feiyue, founder of the human rights news...

I am sorely disappointed in The New York Times’ Farhad Manjoo, CNN’s Brian Stelter, and other journalists who these days are announcing to…

As a PR pro, how many times have you caught yourself saying, “There aren’t enough hours in the day”? With a seemingly endless to-do ...

The move is sure to raise privacy concerns as law enforcement gains the ability to match DNA from crime scenes to a vast library of possible relatives...

UK rejects description in footnote attached, on Spain’s insistence, to EU regulation

Scientists from Vrije University in Brussels have found that the taste of coffee is down to the same bacteria that turn cabbage into sauerkraut.

CHICAGO (AP) — "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett said Friday that he has been "consistent on every level" with the police during their investigation...

Women told to to list the Trump International Hotel in Honolulu as their destination

Everyone needs down time to relax, refresh and to recharge their mind, body and soul. Weekends offer that opportunity for successful leaders.

Entertainment Weekly has all the latest news about TV shows, movies, and music, as well as exclusive behind the scenes content from the entertainment ...

For every awe-inspiring dribble you see on a football pitch, there is (inevitably) at least one member of the opposition looking to ‘disrupt’ thei...

Men in Saudi Arabia have near-total control where women travel. INSIDER investigated the government's Absher website, which can help them do it.

The far-left CNN published a total of five hit pieces against former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz on Thursday.

Inmates maintain they have been locked in their cells with limited heat and electricity for more than a week, defense lawyers say. The warden’s offi...

Many journalists are sensitive to the way wealthy owners can influence a newsroom, whether through outright pressure on reporters and editors, or b...

Ghana is accused of refusing to accept the return of 7,000 nationals living illegally in the US.

Japanese rhinoceros beetles have a simple gearing mechanism that ensures their mouthparts move in synchrony and helps them chew tough bark

The service is available in the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia, even though Apple now has 1.4 billion active devices worldwide.

The open-wheel champ is back in a race car, this time with a new hand control setup.

New England Patriots or Los Angeles Rams? Who's going to take home MVP honors? How about a bold prediction? Our analysts forecast Super Bowl LIII.

Security researchers from Palo Alto Networks' Unit 42 have uncovered a new cryptocurrency stealing malware that specifically targets macOS users.

Through images and personal essays by longtime New York Times writers, a vivid look at the man who made baseball truly American.

Google and Facebook should be allies of quality journalism, not its gravest threat.

The California native is “an energy person” who worked in TV and then did a little of everything at the couple’s start-up. It all prepared her t...

Walmart is making major changes to its time-off policy, introducing the category of "protected PTO" and establishing bonus incentives.

Welcoming the 2019 Rise of the Rest Tour to the City Built by Immigrants

Tuesday's House Judiciary Committee hearing on the For the People Act (HR 1) brought together experts who praised and criticized the bill.

Former Argentine President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner intends to run for the...

The designer and architect Florence Knoll Bassett, influenced by Mies van der Rohe, banished clutter, frills and big boxy desks from American offices ...

Android 9.0 Pie ist schon lange fertig und wird seit August 2018 in finaler Version – zuerst für Pixel-Geräte – verteilt. Welche Smart...

EXCLUSIVE: Melissa Ede won £4million on a scratchcard - then spent nine hours in the dentist's chair getting her teeth fixed

1,000 people losing their jobs isn’t going to make reporting any better, no matter how much Dave Rubin or Donald Trump gloat.

Can news websites aimed at women readers survive and thrive in a competitive modern market?

Audience and editor favorites to help us find some solace.

Plus: Q4 earnings show that Amazon Web Services is the company’s dominant source of profit; storage-on-demand startups want in on Marie Kondo’s de...

"This research suggests people make judgments about a news site based on the predominant tone of the comments, not on whether the first comments are c...

Campaigners argue that the business case for the project was a ‘no-brainer’

A new Super Bowl commercial aims to calm frenzied football fans with oddly relaxing images of actress Zoe Kravitz whispering into a pair of microphone...

Net neutrality appeal: Listen live to courtroom action

Biryani was the offering of choice at this old temple festival

Read a brief overview of four paths that many highly educated immigrants take to study and work in the U.S.

This morning, Craig Forman, CEO of McClatchy Company, emailed all staff to say about 10 percent of the newspaper chain's employees would be offered vo...

And it is not just Sebastian Gorka. Other pro-Trump commentators have spread the idea without any basis in reality

The task of helping people of all ages glean the facts and screen out the exaggeration, bias and misinformation from their sources of news requires a ...

The Gates Family Foundation, Democracy Fund, and the University of Denver’s Project X-ITE announce new, significant commitments the Colorado Medi...

A hero neighbour ran into a burning building in his underpants to rescue an elderly woman whose Stoke Newington home had gone up in flames.

Cory Booker makes it official: He's running for president, joining the crowded field of Democrats looking to beat Donald Trump in 2020.

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Political activist Ralph Nader calls on an empowered Democratic Party to launch a series of bold new investigations in the House.

People really do not need health insurance for regular small expenses, as they do not need car insurance to "pay for" oil changes. And any i...

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A new study links regular fried chicken consumption with a 13 percent increase of premature death. Fried fish isn't great, either.

Every week, the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) is compiling a list of the top news articles from across the world in which it is mentio...

Are you looking for a company that embraces innovative ideas and talented people? We're looking for people who value collaboration, experimentation, a...

After laying vacant for more than 13 years, the historic 105-year-old Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center at Lake Merritt is on track to open its doors ...

All the investigation has shown is that Stone asked for secrets from two people with none to provide.

Watch CNET's Net neutrality appeal: Listen live to courtroom action on Livestream.com. Listen to oral arguments in the Mozilla v. FCC case challenging...

A crowdfunding page has been set up to raise money for the 24 staff facing redundancy and freelances still owed money after The Pool went into admi...

Anthony Davis Sr., speaking only for himself and not the Pelicans star, told ESPN on Friday that he would not want his son to play for the Celtics, ci...