- AP's Myanmar journalist Aye Aye Win retires after 25 years Updated: Aug-01-15 2:59 am
BANGKOK - Aye Aye Win, The Associated Press chief of bureau in Myanmar who told her country's story to the world despite threats, surveillance and official warnings, retired Saturday after 25 years with the news agency.
- American Journalism Review to stop publishing after 38 years Updated: Jul-31-15 9:08 pm
COLLEGE PARK, Maryland - The American Journalism Review will stop publishing online, bringing to an end 38 years of reporting on the news media.
- AP names Mary Hudetz as New Mexico law enforcement reporter Updated: Jul-29-15 1:14 pm
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico - Mary Hudetz, a former Associated Press journalist and current editor of Native Peoples Magazine in Phoenix, will return to the AP in August to become the news cooperative's law enforcement reporter in Albuquerque.
- Detained Post reporter's lawyer in Iran asks for his release Updated: Jul-28-15 6:17 am
TEHRAN, Iran - The lawyer of detained Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian said Tuesday her client should be freed in the wake of the nuclear deal between Iran and world powers, Iranian media reported.
- Kyrgyz president fumes over award to jailed journalist Updated: Jul-27-15 7:32 am
BISHKEK, Kyrgyzstan - The president of Kyrgyzstan on Monday lambasted the United States for honoring a jailed Kyrgyz journalist.
- 9 to be inducted into Tennessee Journalism Hall of Fame Updated: Jul-27-15 5:05 am
MURFREESBORO, Tennessee - Former Associated Press executive Kent Flanagan is among nine people being inducted posthumously into the Tennessee Journalism Hall of Fame Aug. 11 in Murfreesboro.
- Trump campaign bans Iowa newspaper from event Updated: Jul-24-15 11:04 pm
WASHINGTON - The Des Moines Register says Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has denied press credentials to its reporters after the newspaper published an editorial calling on the billionaire businessman to end his campaign.
- New editor named for The Cincinnati Enquirer Updated: Jul-23-15 6:52 pm
CINCINNATI - The Cincinnati Enquirer has named a journalism center director and Pulitzer Prize-winning editor to lead the Ohio newspaper.
- Japan's Nikkei lands Financial Times in $1.3 billion deal Updated: Jul-23-15 1:28 pm
LONDON - Japanese media company Nikkei Inc. is buying the Financial Times as part of an 844 million-pound ($1.3 billion) deal with Britain's Pearson PLC.
- Washington Post seeks UN agency help in freeing reporter Updated: Jul-22-15 1:27 pm
WASHINGTON - The Washington Post has filed an urgent petition with the United Nations in the hopes that the institution will pressure Iran to release journalist Jason Rezaian, the newspaper's top editor and lawyers told U.S. reporters on Wednesday.
- Ex-tabloid editor Coulson faces $234,000 phone hacking bill Updated: Jul-22-15 12:40 pm
LONDON - A former tabloid editor who also served as British Prime Minister David Cameron's communications chief has been ordered to pay 150,000 pounds ($234,000) toward the costs of his trial for phone hacking at the now-defunct News of the World.
- Marlene Sanders, TV news reporter and executive, dies at 84 Updated: Jul-15-15 7:05 pm
NEW YORK - Marlene Sanders, a veteran television journalist for ABC and CBS News at a time when relatively few women did that job, has died of cancer. She was 84.
- Ex-mayor of Pennsylvania's capital charged with corruption Updated: Jul-14-15 7:38 pm
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - The former mayor of Pennsylvania's capital city was arrested Tuesday on corruption charges, including allegations he unlawfully used public money from various agencies to buy thousands of artifacts for what he claimed was a plan to open a Wild West museum and other historical attractions.
- Trial opens for journalists charged with defaming Thai navy Updated: Jul-13-15 11:50 pm
PHUKET, Thailand - Testimony started Tuesday in a criminal defamation lawsuit the Thai navy has filed against a small news website over a report it posted alleging naval forces accepted money to abet or turn a blind eye to the seaborne trafficking of refugees from Myanmar.
- Longtime central Illinois journalist Bob Fallstrom, 88, dies Updated: Jul-10-15 5:20 pm
DECATUR, Illinois - Veteran newspaper editor Bob Fallstrom, who in his 66 years with the Herald and Review in Decatur served as a reporter, sports writer and editor, has died at age 88.
- Journalism group to Egypt's president: Don't OK draft laws Updated: Jul-09-15 1:59 pm
NEW YORK - The Committee to Protect Journalists has written an open letter to Egypt's president urging him not to sign two draft laws that the group says threatens already tightly restricted press freedoms.
- Some say Christie's gone too much to govern New Jersey Updated: Jul-05-15 2:00 pm
MAPLE SHADE, New Jersey - New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's presidential run is adding a new dimension to his already complicated relationship with Democrats in his home state.
- Mexican TV anchor Jacobo Zabludovsky dies at 87 Updated: Jul-02-15 6:07 pm
MEXICO CITY - Jacobo Zabludovsky, a journalist who for decades was seen as a symbol of the tight links between Mexico's government and press, died Thursday at age 87.