Media

Germany urges probe into Russian reporter's balcony fall

Apr 18, 2018

The German government says the death of a Russian journalist who fell from his balcony should be investigated

Comic Rebel Wilson fights appeal of her $3.6M defamation win

Apr 18, 2018

Actress Rebel Wilson has returned to an Australian court to fight a magazine publisher's appeal of an order to pay the actress a record 4.6 million Australian dollars ($3.6 million) in damages for defamation

Canadian drug mule sentenced in Australia for cocaine cruise

Apr 18, 2018

An Australian court has sentenced a Canadian woman to eight years in prison for her part in an attempt to smuggle cocaine worth $16 million into Sydney in luggage aboard a luxury cruise ship

TaskRabbit offline after security breach

Apr 18, 2018

TaskRabbit says it's investigating a cybersecurity incident that has caused it to shut down its online on-demand services platform

Former Minnesota FBI agent cites racism in explaining leak

Apr 17, 2018

A former Minnesota FBI counterterrorism agent who was caught in a Justice Department crackdown has pleaded guilty to leaking classified documents to an online media organization

Conservative enthusiasm helps 'Roseanne' continue domination

Apr 17, 2018

Research indicates that enthusiasm expressed for the success of the 'Roseanne' reboot has enticed conservatives to check it out

Mudslide survivors find hope in recovered belongings

Apr 17, 2018

A Facebook page is helping connect Southern California residents with family photos, jewelry and other items they lost when mudslides nearly wiped out the community of Montecito.

Trump to hold rally on night of White House press dinner

Apr 17, 2018

For the second straight year, President Donald Trump is holding a rally instead of attending the White House Correspondents Dinner

Fox News: Sean Hannity has our full support

Apr 17, 2018

Fox News says it was unaware before it was revealed in court that its prime-time host, Sean Hannity, shared a lawyer with President Donald Trump

Cambridge Analytica ex-CEO refuses to testify in UK

Apr 17, 2018

The British Parliament's media committee says Cambridge Analytica's former CEO, Alexander Nix, says he'll no longer testify at an upcoming session on fake news, citing an ongoing investigation by the information commissioner's office.

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