Media

NPR changes leadership as harassment issues linger

Nov 17, 2017

National Public Radio elected new leadership for its board of directors, two weeks after its top news executive was ousted in a sex harassment scandal

Comcast talking to Fox about a deal, source says

Nov 17, 2017

Comcast is talking to Fox about buying similar parts of the company that Disney was reportedly interested in, according to a person familiar with the situation

Truex maintains role as favorite at NASCAR's media day

Nov 16, 2017

Martin Truex Jr. conducted himself like a driver just a few days away from winning his first Cup title during NASCAR's media day for the championship race

Albania says 4 officers deserted after training in Britain

Nov 16, 2017

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The Latest: Zimbabwe 'acting president' Twitter suspended

Nov 16, 2017

The Latest: New Twitter account claiming to be Zimbabwe's 'acting president' is suspended

FCC relaxes limits on owning newspapers, TV stations

Nov 16, 2017

Federal regulators vote to loosening rules meant to support independent local media

Russia warns US media of possible foreign agent status

Nov 16, 2017

Russia's Justice Ministry says it has warned several U.S. government-funded news outlets that they could be designated as foreign agents under a new bill which is yet to be fully approved

Seal opens dialogue with listeners on 'Standards' album

Nov 16, 2017

Seal hopes to open a dialogue with listeners through his new 'Standards' album, which he recorded with a band that included musicians who performed alongside Sinatra and Ella Fitzgerald

Middle school cancels Muslim speaker after furor

Nov 16, 2017

A Connecticut middle school teacher's plan to have a Muslim woman talk to students about her religion has been canceled because the teacher felt threatened by the resulting furor

Criticism of US sanctions returns in Iran after earthquake

Nov 16, 2017

Criticism of U.S. sanctions on Iran has been rekindled in the country after a powerful earthquake that killed over 530 people