The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday members of the news media cannot be held liable for repeating the contents of telephone calls illegally taped by third parties.
Executives at Univision, the largest Spanish-language broadcaster in the U.S., yesterday announced a plan to launch a second network aimed at the country's growing Hispanic population.
Journalists around the globe remembered fallen colleagues and pushed for better treatment of reporters on the tenth annual United Nations World Press Freedom Day.
A team of defense contractors is headed to China's Hainan Island to inspect the damaged American spy plane.
The commander of a U.S. Navy sub that struck and sank a Japanese fishing boat in February will receive an official reprimand and an honorable discharge.
A Federal Trade Commission report today had harsh words for the music industry, saying record companies continue to market products with violent or sexual content to children.
The Federal Communications Commission voted today to relax a restriction that barred a company from owning more than one broadcast network.
The New York Times yesterday announced a second round of layoffs this year at its Internet division. Nearly 14 percent of employees will be let go.
Winners of the 2001 Pulitzer Prizes for journalism include The New York Times, The Oregonian, Chicago Tribune and Wall Street Journal.
The 24 detained crew members of the downed U.S. surveillance plane may be headed home from China as early as late Wednesday.
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