Reuters news reports lack a disclosure noting that their corporate parent has a $7 million contract with the federal immigration agency.
The document repository announced its intention to start charging journalists and newsrooms for unlimited access to its service in a blog post on Monday.
Ali Watkins, who now finds herself embroiled in a scandal over her relationship with a Senate Intelligence Committee source, acknowledge protecting sources was a problem on a podcast three years ago.
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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In the 2012 e-mail, Obama asked then-Turkish PM Erdogan to help calm anger stoked in the Middle East over an anti-Islam film posted on YouTube.
Lebanese television channel Al Mayadeen will air the first television interview with self-proclaimed members of the Syrian Electronic Army Thursday evening, a member of the group told The Desk.
The National Transportation Safety Board has relieved a student of his internship after an embarrassing mistake involving a California television station and a plane that crashed at San Francisco International Airport last week.