Racism

Documenting American segregation at the Berlin Wall

How an image of an African American soldier at the Cold War front line sparked examination of racial division in the US.

Documenting American segregation at the Berlin Wall

The Listening Post

Dispatches from the front lines of environmental reporting

A Listening Post special on environment reporters being attacked and an interview with climate columnist George Monbiot.

Media

'Petty': India revokes writer Taseer's citizenship card status

The government move seen as retaliation to Aatish Taseer's TIME article that referred to PM Modi as 'Divider in Chief'.

'Petty': India revokes writer Taseer's citizenship card status

Media

Tazeen Ahmad, award-winning ex-BBC and NBC reporter, dies at 48

A well-known figure in UK media, Ahmad was among the first Muslim Asian women to rise to the top of broadcast reporting.

Tazeen Ahmad, award-winning ex-BBC and NBC reporter, dies at 48

The Bottom Line

Transcript: Is there any way to combat misinformation online?

Read the full transcript of our discussion on protecting free speech online while fighting fake news and misinformation.

AJ Impact

Video streaming gives China search giant Baidu a revenue boost

Baidu's Netflix-style video service iQIYI has become a hit with younger audiences in China.

Video streaming gives China search giant Baidu a revenue boost

Europe

UK: Ofcom may investigate 'empty chairing' of Tory grandee

Sky News presenter Kay Burley said Conservative party chair James Cleverly had agreed to appear on her show.

UK: Ofcom may investigate 'empty chairing' of Tory grandee

The Bottom Line

Is there any way to combat fake news and misinformation online?

Can the free flow of opinion and information be guaranteed on the Internet while clamping down on 'influence campaigns'?

Whose Truth Is It Anyway

A Current Battleground: US Media in the Age of Trump

A veteran Washington journalist gives an insider's look at the challenges and threats facing media under Trump.

The Listening Post

Chile's protests and the media

A movement has emerged that wants to address inequality and an unrepresentative political class, news outlets included.

The Listening Post

America's jailhouse journalists

A small press corps of prisoners report on the complex daily realities of life in the US prison system.

Press Freedom

Arab region deadliest for journalists

On Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists, UN draws attention to killings of media workers in own countries.

Killings and attacks against journalists on the rise

The Listening Post

Chile unrest: Why protesters rail against the system and media

Protesters in Chile turn against an unrepresentative elite, including the media. Plus, prison journalism in the US.

All Hail the Algorithm

'Trust me' - I am an algorithm

Algorithms are not neutral. They are full of bias, misunderstandings and human prejudices. So, can we trust them?

'Trust me' - I am an algorithm

All Hail the Algorithm

'Like me' - The popularity and power of big tech

Data empires: Is big tech colonising the internet?