Elon Musk's expletive-laden message to advertisers leaving X
X owner Elon Musk has now made it blatantly clear how he feels about the advertisers who chose to leave the social media platform over a post he made that allegedly endorsed an antisemitic conspiracy theory.
Sports Illustrated accused of using AI-generated articles, authors
An article published on the website Futurism Monday alleges Sports Illustrated used artificial intelligence to generate sports articles.
Russian court extends detention of U.S reporter Gershkovich
A Russian court said it had extended the detention of Evan Gershkovich, a Wall Street Journal reporter who is awaiting trial on espionage charges he denies, until January 30, 2024.
Musk meets with Israeli leaders amid concerns over antisemitism
Elon Musk is in Israel, where he is meeting with several high-level leaders to discuss the country's ongoing war against Hamas. Several major companies have pulled advertisements from Musk's X, formerly Twitter, after a report that said ...
Israel, Hamas war deadliest month on record for journalists
Last month was the deadliest month on record for journalists in a war zone, according to a report from Reporters Without Borders. That same report says Israel is eradicating journalism in the territory and not ensuring that journalists c...
Musk threatens X lawsuit against media watchdog
On the same day Elon Musk's second rocket failed after reaching space, the tech mogul announced he'll be delivering a 'thermonuclear lawsuit' to a liberal media watchdog group.
IBM pulls advertisements from X over antisemitic posts
IBM says it will no longer advertise on the social media platform X, formerly Twitter, after a media watchdog report said the company's ads were appearing alongside antisemitic posts.
Dozens of Palestinian journalists killed in airstrikes
Israeli airstrikes have killed around 50 Palestinian journalists in Gaza. In the occupied West Bank, many others are being arrested and say they’re facing intimidation and harassment while working.
Israel threatens Al Jazeera correspondent in Gaza
Israel has reportedly threatened Al Jazeera's correspondent in Gaza - Youmna El Sayed - telling her and her family to leave their home, or risk being killed. Youmna El Sayed’s husband received the call on Monday and was told to flee Gaza...
Al Jazeera journalist's family killed in Gaza strike
The wife, son and daughter of Al Jazeera correspondent Wael Dahdouh have been killed in an air strike in central Gaza. Wael was reporting from Gaza City on Wednesday evening when he was told they had been hit.
Israeli forces killed journalist ‘without justification’: UN inquiry
Israeli forces used “lethal force without justification” when they shot and killed Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh in the occupied West Bank, violating her “right to life”, according to a new report by a UN-mandated investigative...
Israeli attack kills journalist in Lebanon
At least one journalist has been killed and six wounded – including two Al Jazeera reporters – in shelling by Israeli forces in southern Lebanon, according to witnesses at the scene. The Reuters news agency confirmed on Friday that Issam...
What do we know about Lachlan Murdoch's politics?
Lachlan Murdoch is set to become the sole chairman of News Corp and continue as the chair and CEO of Fox. The transition solidifies Lachlan's role as the leader of the media empire, putting to rest questions of succession within the Murd...
Rupert Murdoch steps down as News Corp boss
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch is to step down as chairman of Fox and News Corp. The 92-year-old created Fox broadcasting in 1986. His son Lachlan will now become the sole chairman of both companies.
Rupert Murdoch steps down as chairman of News Corp
Rupert Murdoch has stepped down as the chairman of Fox and News Corp., ending a more than seven-decade career. During that time, the 92-year-old created a media empire spanning from Australia to the United States. His son, Lachlan Murdoc...
Rupert Murdoch steps down as head of Fox News
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch is transitioning from his roles as Chair of Fox Corporation and Executive Chairman of News Corp, he announced on Thursday, leaving the company to his son, Lachlan.
Australian lawmakers in U.S to urge release of Julian Assange
A cross-party delegation of Australian lawmakers that traveled to the United States seeking the release of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said they had a productive discussion in Washington with the U.S. Justice Department.
Trump sits for first interview since leaving office
Former President Trump has given his first network TV interview since leaving office. FOX 5 NY's Robert Moses has the details.
Byron Allen makes $10B bid for ABC, other Disney networks
Media mogul Byron Allen has submitted a $10 billion offer to Walt Disney Co. to acquire its ABC TV network, as well as several other stations, according to people familiar with the matter.
Trump skips chaotic Republican primary debate
Eight Republicans hoping to be the next U.S president have held their first debate. They criticized President Joe Biden's economic policies and sparred over abortion, climate change and energy policy. But the frontrunner and former Presi...
Google testing AI tool that writes news articles
Google is reportedly testing an artificial intelligence platform that can write news articles, according to the New York Times. The product, known as Genesis, uses machine learning to absorb information such as current events and then cr...
BBC reopens investigation into star presenter
The BBC is again investigating claims of improper conduct from one of its star news presenters, Huw Edwards. It follows allegations made by British newspaper The Sun that the 61-year-old had paid for sexually explicit images from a teena...
BBC's Huw Edwards is named in sex photo scandal
One of Britain's leading television news anchors, Huw Edwards, was identified by his wife on Wednesday (July 12) as the BBC presenter facing allegations he paid a young person thousands of pounds for sexually explicit photos, the broadca...
BBC presenter faces new allegations as crisis deepens
A crisis at Britain's BBC over alleged payments by an unnamed star to a young person for explicit images deepened on Tuesday when its news division reported that the male presenter had sent abusive messages to a second person, aged in th...
BBC sex photo claims ‘rubbish’: young person’s lawyer
Allegations that an unnamed BBC presenter paid a young person to pose for explicit photos are "rubbish," a lawyer acting for the young person has told the broadcaster in a letter.
BBC suspends host amid teen photos scandal
Britain's BBC suspended a male member of staff on Sunday (July 9) following an allegation that one of its star presenters paid a teenager thousands of pounds to pose for sexually explicit photos, beginning when they were 17 years old.
Russia open to prisoner swap for WSJ reporter
The Kremlin on Tuesday held the door open for contacts with the U.S. regarding a possible prisoner exchange that could potentially involve jailed Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich, but reaffirmed that such talks must be held ...
Facebook bans news content in Canada
In response to a new federal law that obligates social media giants to pay news producers for their content, Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, says it will prevent users in Canada from posting or seeing news content on ...
Wall Street Journal reporter loses Russian appeal
American Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich lost his latest appeal in a Moscow court on Thursday (June 22) against his pre-trial detention for espionage. He denies the charges.
Salman Rushdie speaks out in first interview since attack
"Writers can outlast the thing that opposes them," said Salman Rushdie in his first television interview after the attack he suffered in August last year, which left him blind in one eye and also paralysed one of his hands.