Media

4 women sue Detroit Free Press in pay discrimination lawsuit

Oct 14, 2017

Four female photo journalists have filed a pay discrimination lawsuit in federal court against the Detroit Free Press and parent company Gannett

Syria state media: Pro-government troops seize the town of Mayadeen, an Islamic State stronghold in the country's east

Oct 14, 2017

Syria state media: Pro-government troops seize the town of Mayadeen, an Islamic State stronghold in the country's east

The Latest: Trump cuts off insurers, rattling health market

Oct 14, 2017

President Donald Trump's cut-off of federal payments to insurers is jolting the health care and political worlds

Weinstein rebukes continue, brother says business continues

Oct 14, 2017

A week after sexual harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein arose, brother Bob Weinstein says it's "business as usual" at Weinstein Co.

The Latest: Harassment scandal scraps starry Amazon series

Oct 14, 2017

The Latest: De Niro, Julianne Moore and director David O. Russell agree to scrap Amazon series due to sex harassment scandal

Twitter turns over 'handles' of 201 Russia-linked accounts

Oct 14, 2017

Twitter turns over 'handles' of 201 Russia-linked accounts to Senate investigators

Facebook takes on food delivery, challenges Uber and others

Oct 13, 2017

Facebook says ordering food for takeout or delivery is complicated, and it will help users save time by bringing a bunch of existing food-delivery services into its app and partnering with some restaurants directly

UK finance chief walks back inflammatory Brexit comments

Oct 13, 2017

Britain's finance chief quickly backed away from comments that risked inflaming Brexit talks Friday, saying he regretted describing the European Union as "the enemy" during an earlier television interview

Israeli minister calls for new sanctions on Iran

Oct 13, 2017

An Israeli Cabinet minister says the best possible outcome of the U.S.-Iran showdown over the contentious nuclear deal would be for Congress to "come together around new, significant sanctions."

Pakistani Taliban kill journalist they accuse of spying

Oct 13, 2017

The Pakistani Taliban says it has killed a local journalist in the country's volatile northwest