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The draft legislation kicked off a hullaballoo on Twitter, with some concerned that favoring news media was unfair, while others found the mere idea of politicians defining who is and who isn’t a journalist unsettling.
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Finalists for the 2023 Mega-Innovation Award are Oahu Publications, Inc. / Honolulu Star-Advertiser and Richner Communications.
A warm America's Newspapers welcome to our newest members.
Months before the U.S. government demanded ByteDance divest from TikTok, the Department Of Justice’s Criminal Division subpoenaed the app’s Chinese parent company, according to a source.
Community Impact, which launched in 2005 as a single monthly paper covering the far-northern Austin suburbs of Round Rock and Pflugerville, now produces some 36 print editions around the state.
Elliot Resnick faces charges of civil disorder and impeding police officers.
Democrats and Republicans in the Senate are joining forces to bring Supreme Court arguments into the 21st century.
Good journalism powered by diverse newsrooms is essential to democracy's future, especially as we move toward becoming a majority-minority country.
The New Rhode Island Outlet will be led by veteran journalist Janine Weisman.
Eleven news sites in the United States, Canada, Brazil and Europe earned the Trust Mark March 15 in recognition of their commitment to trustworthy journalism, announced the Trust Project®. They join hundreds of news outlets around the world that show and uphold the 8 Trust Indicators® on their pages. 
The Sterling Heights plant that churns out copies of The Detroit News and Detroit Free Press recently changed hands.
J-SOS is an online toolkit that offers trauma-informed and identity-aware journalist safety checklists, tips, gear advice and other necessary security information for all journalists, including freelancers and students, with an emphasis on equity and ethics.
Journalist Anna Wolfe uncovered a welfare scandal involving former Gov. Phil Bryant, Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre and former wrestling star Ted DiBiase.
A new study from the University of Kansas shows that while journalists do use new technologies to better understand their audiences and what they would like to read, K-12 education reporters and editors still largely rely on gut feelings as opposed to analytics software, suggesting limitations to the practice.
Two men have been convicted of helping Somali pirates who kidnapped a U.S. journalist for ransom and held him for 2 1/2 years, prosecutors said.
Two AP reporters share tips for investigating a large federal agency like the Federal Bureau of Prisons and tackling big projects.