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Former News of the World deputy editor Neil Wallis said he is "devastated" to face a "swingeing, indiscriminate charge" of conspiring to hack phones, more than a year after he was told he would face no further action.
1 hr ago | News24
Aviation has suffered one of its worst weeks in memory, but industry analysts and safety experts say they can find no common themes.
2 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au
At the launch of the book He Who Must Be Obeid at NSW parliament on Wednesday, former NSW Labor premier Nathan Rees read extracts about how Obeid intervened to try to stop his niece being elected mayor of a town in Lebanon.
A new digital publication, Ratter , will launch in the coming months with ambitions to break original stories rich with unbelievable truth.
Years ago, journalists who had breast cancer fought with words to inform other women with breast cancer that, in many cases, they didn't need a mastectomy.
The practice of journalism and of law in the United States is being dramatically, negatively harmed by large-scale surveillance by the NSA and other intelligence agencies.
I'm the Chief Product Officer of Forbes Media. It's been a long journey: The New York Times, Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, a little tabloid TV, AOL -- and I certainly don't want to forget TMZ.
SAINTS legend Francis Benali smiles for a selfie with Piers Morgan as he drums up support for his epic fundraising mission.
Headlines on conservative musician Ted Nugent are usually either about him saying something deeply crass about Democrats or about a group that is trying to distance itself from him after he's made one of those deeply crass comments.
Patti-Kay Hamilton of Fort Smith, N.W.T., has won this year's English-language CBC Creative Nonfiction Prize.
The latest quest by right-wing Afrikaners to establish their own racially pure state by seceding from South Africa is madness, writes Kameel Premhid .
Human Rights Watch and the American Civil Liberties Union said in a report issued Monday that access to data as detailed in leaks by former National Security Agency systems analyst Edward Snowden, coupled with the Obama administration's prosecution of people for leaking classified information, is having a chilling effect on reporters.
Egyptian-Canadian journalist Mohamed l Jazeera stands behind bars at a court in Cairo May 15, 2014.
Pro-Russia protesters burn a Ukranian flag outside the district council building in Donetsk, eastern Ukraine May 4, 2014.
Rescue workers remove the body of a Palestinian from under the rubble of his home following an Israeli airstrike on Beit Hanun, Gaza Strip .
In this Saturday, July 26, 2014 frame grab from video obtained from a freelance journalist traveling with the Misarata brigade, fighters from the Islamist Misarata brigade fire towards Tripoli airport in an attempt to wrest control from a powerful rival militia, in Tripoli, Libya.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 07:19 am
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