Janice Min, president of The Hollywood Reporter, tells Steve Inskeep why the magazine will stop publishing its "Women in Entertainment Power 100" list as a ranking.
A viral photo montage has made it clear: One dress in particular is extremely popular with women in broadcast news. Meteorologist April Warnecke, who has worn the dress herself, explains why.
CNN's documentary The Hunting Ground makes the case that universities are letting rapists walk free and has come under withering attack for ignoring facts that contradict the film's claims.
Jason Rezaian has been accused by the country of espionage. A judiciary spokesman said a sentence had been handed down, but refused to say anything more.
Days after announcing that co-founder Chris Kimball had left America's Test Kitchen over a contract dispute, its parent company says Kimball will continue to host America's Test Kitchen Radio.
In the latest issue of its monthly propaganda magazine, the Islamic State says it targeted the passenger plane in response to Russian airstrikes in Syria.
Wearing his trademark bow tie and round spectacles, Chris Kimball has hosted 15 seasons of America's Test Kitchen, one of public television's most popular programs.
A day before the Paris attacks, two suicide bombers killed more than 40 people in a crowded commercial district of Beirut, Lebanon. Did the news media cover each story equally?
Fox News star Bill O'Reilly has used his show to go after a leading critic of his book on President Reagan: The Washington Post's George Will, who is also a Fox News contributor.
For years, it's been NPR's style to say that Myanmar is "also known as Burma" at the start of reports about that nation. We don't think that's necessary anymore.