The New York Times’ public editor, Elizabeth Spayd, is leaving Friday and her position, one created to strengthen the paper’s focus on accountability following a plagiarism scandal, will be eliminated.
President Donald Trump’s White House staff will not be attending the White House Correspondents’ Dinner in ‘solidarity” with the president.
A Japanese journalist who was covering the fight in Iraq against the Islamic State has been detained for alleged links to the terrorist group, according to media reports.
The Pentagon released revised guidelines Friday that removed a provision allowing U.S. military commanders to treat war reporters as “unprivileged belligerents” if they believe the correspondents are cooperating with the enemy.
Two local news reporters who interviewed President Obama Monday about the White House campaign to get Merrick Garland on the Supreme Court seemed to treat the occasion like wide-eyed tourists rather than journalists.