Documents filed in a British court are the latest move in a complex international legal battle.
Cambodia’s autocratic leader is trying to shut down his country’s most celebrated journalistic training ground.
The FBI and the Department of Justice must not overreact to leaks.
Press relations take a turn for the worse at the Pentagon.
The Trump administration’s most dangerous attack on media has nothing to do with cries of "fake news."
Who needs state-owned propaganda when the president has friends like these?
Will fake news sow chaos during Kenya's election? Or will voters roll their eyes and change the channel?
Beijing's paranoia is about to kill the country's booming live-streaming sector — and it won't be the only victim.
After years of wooing the middle-aged and elderly, the Kremlin is attempting to court young voters. And it's extremely awkward.
The Russian president's recent Western media blitz is aimed at winning over an audience of one: Donald Trump.
The network I once respected as a necessary antidote to liberal media now peddles craven lies and Russian disinformation.
It appears they are attempting something much bigger and more difficult: they are claiming the central allegations of the Washington Post story are false.