A KCCI-TV news crew was verbally assaulted by the mother of a man who had been fatally shot by police earlier in the week.
A California-based freelance reporter has denied the Guardian’s accusations he fabricated facts and sources in dozens of news stories.
A former San Diego police officer claims he was fired for refusing to stay quiet about the mayor’s use of federal grant money to purchase DirecTV.
The annual Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas wrapped up this weekend, leaving behind a trail of news about virtual…
Three nondescript buttons on the new Apple TV Siri remote are proof that Apple wants to dominate your living room beyond the iTunes Store.
John Legere openly slammed people who steal wireless data on his network. And in doing so, he just became an advocate of every broadband Internet user in America.
A former KNBC-TV reporter will have to wait a bit longer to have his day in court after a judge recused himself from the reporter’s ageism lawsuit.
A former KNBC-TV (Channel 4) investigative reporter heads to court on Monday to start the trial phase of his age discrimination lawsuit against his former employer.
The Kentucky State Police has started a letter-writing campaign aimed at encouraging YouTube to block a video depicting emergency dispatch audio of a trooper’s final moments.
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Bloomberg will pick up distribution of the University of Michigan consumer confidence survey starting in January 2015.
News organizations Reuters and Agence France-Presse are facing accusations of self-censorship after both issued a retraction of a photo showing French president Francois Hollande that some considered to be unflattering.
Two Google security technicians have railed against the NSA in a series of blog posts on the social network website Google Plus.
The Desk has learned the Islamic State-loyalist Cyber Caliphate is actually a lone hacker from Algeria who is unaffiliated with the group.