Femi Oke of Al Jazeera English has the latest on how people on social media are reacting to the mass shooting in California this week, and Justice Ginsburg's hospitalization.
President Trump revoked press credentials for CNN's Jim Acosta after a heated post-election press conference on Wednesday.
In 2012, the state started to address a disturbing part of its history and present: the systematic removal of Indigenous children from their families and tribal communities.
Google's CEO says the company is listening to the thousands of Google employees protesting the company's handling of sexual misconduct allegations.
Netflix fired Kevin Spacey last year amid sexual harassment complaints. How will fans respond to the show's final chapter?
Documenting Hate is a project led by the nonprofit newsroom ProPublica that seeks to better track hate crimes in the U.S.
Here & Now's Robin Young and Jeremy Hobson talk with NPR media correspondent David Folkenflik about the tone of coverage on each network.
A group of users on the social media platform are taking over hate-filled discussion threads and turning them into benign or funny ones instead.
Omar Abdulaziz is still trying to prevent the government of Saudi Arabia from silencing dissidents and journalists after the killing of his friend, journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd talks with Femi Oke of Al Jazeera English about trending social media stories.
After calling for unity, the president blamed the media for apparent explosive devices sent to former President Obama, Hillary Clinton and other critics of the administration.
Among the clips and films available through the new National Screening Room is footage from "All American News," the first newsreels produced for a black audience.
NPR TV critic Eric Deggans talks about the controversy surrounding NBC's Megyn Kelly after she made comments defending blackface.
Patrick McGovern started International Data Group out of his Massachusetts home in 1964, and grew it into one of the world's most influential media empires.
Fox is replacing traditional commercial breaks with nine JAZ pods -- 60-second pods that hold two ads each -- and a pair of five-and-a-half-minute "Fox Blocks."
In 2014, 276 Nigerian school girls were kidnapped from a school in Chibok in northern Nigeria. Eighty-two were released in 2017.
After racist tweets from star Roseanne Barr led ABC to cancel its "Roseanne" reboot last spring, the rest of the cast is carrying a spinoff forward.
Twitter has waded into the debate about what happened to Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
The effort is led by the group Forbidden Stories, which aims to show that killing a journalist will not stop a story from coming to light.
A new documentary from A&E details the early failures of stand-up comedy star Chris Rock and the 1996 HBO special, "Bring the Pain," that changed his career.