Media coverage around the tens of thousands of protesting farmers at the edges of the Indian capital have prompted a furious reaction from Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government.
By Sheikh Saaliq, Krutika Pathi, Associated Press
United Nations human rights officials are blasting the national security law China imposed two months ago on Hong Kong. Beijing says the crackdown was necessary to bring stability to the semi-autonomous city after months of protests, some of which became…
By Divya Gopalan
The spread of novel coronavirus in China has stabilized, but a battle between the country’s people and its government over information continues. In fact, several Chinese activists who raised alarm over the outbreak and the official response to it are…
By Nick Schifrin, Layla Quran
As a viral outbreak spread from the central city of Wuhan this week, a more assertive China now appears determined not to repeat its past mistakes.
By Yanan Wang, Associated Press
By Monika Scislowska
The 1973 video "Consumer Art," by prominent artist Natalia LL, showing a young woman eating a banana with great pleasure, was removed from the National Museum in Warsaw last week after the new museum head was summoned to the Ministry…
iTunes, Facebook, Spotify and YouTube have all removed conspiracy theorist Alex Jones’ audio and video content from their platforms, saying he violated their hate-speech policies. P.J. Tobia takes a closer look at his media operation, and William Brangham examines the…
By Elizabeth Flock
Since Trump took office last month, a vocal and growing number of librarians across the country are taking a more politically active stance.
By Emily Wishingrad
Is social media reporting the future of mental health treatment?…
By PBS NewsHour
Recently, free speech and censorship on college campuses have been hotly debated. Nathan Heller of The New Yorker believes that the solution to this dilemma lies not in the way we speak, but in the way we listen. When people…
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