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The decline and fall of journalistic integrity

The decline of American journalism has been realized by reporters and editors acting as partisan foot soldiers instead of watchdogs. Op-ed.

The decline and fall of journalistic integrity

Pro-Israel watchdog urges LA Times to denounce anti-Israel letter signed by its reporters

CAMERA asks the Times to reject unethical journalism that seeks to "substitute propaganda for objectivity and fact."

LA Times under fire after nine reporters sign anti-Israel letter

Captions worth a thousand words

The art of writing anti-Israel skewed captions is another stide on the slippery, unprofessional slope some editors have chosen.Op-ed.

Captions worth a thousand words

The ethical decline of American journalism

Media demonization of Israel and whitewashing of progressive antisemitism was the harbinger of its descent into anti-Trump absurdity. Op-ed.

The ethical decline of American journalism

Journalist Raphael Ahren appointed Press & Info Officer at EU

Diplomatic correspondent for the Times of Israel, Raphael Ahren, announces he's leaving the news site for a new role in the industry.

Journalist Raphael Ahren appointed Press & Info Officer at EU

Hunter, Pelosi, Swalwell, Omar – pick a scandal

The crime of the century began in US newsrooms. The media are the villains, guilty of fixing an election as never before in US history.Op-ed

Hunter, Pelosi, Swalwell, Omar – pick a scandal

How can foreign journalists be helped to understand Israel?

Journalistic prejudice is not always anti-Israelism. It is often based on ignorance and urgently needs to be challenged creatively. Op-ed.

How can foreign journalists be helped to understand Israel?

Reporters to Netanyahu: Let us ask questions

Leaders of TV channels, news organizations demand PM allow questions during his public statements on coronavirus crisis.

Reporters to Netanyahu: Let us ask questions

When only lies are fit to print

When only lies are fit to print

Slandered pre-military academy threatens to sue Channel 13 News

Channel 13 News is hit with a lawsuit demanding NIS 300,000 after airing a doctored video distorting a National Religious rabbi's words.

Slandered pre-military academy threatens to sue Channel 13 News

Reporting from the most dangerous places on Earth

Itai Anghel covered the Civil War in Syria and the war against ISIS . While most wars drive people away, it seems that war draws him in.

Reporting from the most dangerous places on Earth

Award-winning journalist admits to fabricating stories

Der Spiegel reporter who was named CNN's journalist of the year admits to fabricating 14 stories, including making up people and quotes.

Award-winning journalist admits to fabricating stories

Israeli journalist interrogated in Abu Dhabi

A Channel 2 journalist attempting to cover the Judo Grand Slam in Abu Dhabi interrogated by Emirati security forces for thirteen hours

Israeli journalist interrogated in Abu Dhabi

Analysis of Argentina-Iran cover-up wins online journalism award

La Nacion wins international Online Journalism Award for analysis of 40,354 recordings on cover-up of 1994 Jewish Center bombing.

Analysis of Argentina-Iran cover-up wins online journalism award

Fake news, Fake journalists and Matt Lauer

Fake news, Fake journalists and Matt Lauer

Trump’s revenge and how Woodward/Bernstein ruined journalism

Trump’s revenge and how Woodward/Bernstein ruined journalism

Israel refuses to extend visa of anti-Israel Dutch journalist

Israeli government says Dutch newspaper does not meet accreditation requirements, paper's staff claims Israel aims to end freedom of press.

Israel refuses to extend visa of anti-Israel Dutch journalist

'Israel's success is an embarrassment to us'

Arab journalists protest lack of scientists, academics in Egypt, slam Israel's successes as 'embarrassment' to entire Arab world.

'Israel's success is an embarrassment to us'

Is the media really hostile to religion?

Ariel University study reveals surprising data and shows how the media really reflects society.

Is the media really hostile to religion?

Hamas shuts up Palestinian journalists in Gaza

Ayman al-Aloul says he will no longer write about politics on social media after nine torture-filled days in Hamas prison.

Hamas shuts up critical Palestinian journalists in Gaza

US Journalists Killed by ISIS Honored

James Foley and Steven Sotloff to be honored in the US Newseum, along with 12 other journalists.

US Journalists Killed by ISIS Honored

Argentina Pleges 'Full Security' for Journalists

After Damian Pachter received threats and fled to Israel Saturday, the Argentine government claims journalists enjoy 'full security' there.

Argentina Pleges 'Full Security' for Journalists

Erdogan Slams Female Journalist

Chauvinist remarks, anti-Semitic smear spark outrage in Turkey in latest tirade from Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Erdogan Tells Female Journalist to 'Know Your Place'

Attempt to Shut Nationalist Newspaper Set to Fail?

Even an MK behind bill to shutter Israel Hayom doubts it will pass. Will opposition turn into a victory for free speech?

Attempts to Stifle Nationalist Newspaper Set to Fail?

Sisi Warns There Will Be No Free Egyptian Press

Ex-army chief and likely future president tells editors not to expose corruption for national stability; four journalists still jailed.

Sisi Warns There Will Be No Free Egyptian Press

Egypt: Al-Jazeera Journalists Arrested

Correspondents arrested on charges of meeting with the islamists; move signals a further breakdown in freedom of the press.

Egypt: Journalists Arrested for Meeting with Muslim Brotherhood

Journalist, Satirist Didi Manousi Passes Away

Didi Manousi's poems and songs influenced Israeli culture, document the Israeli experience over decades of history.

Journalist and Satirist Didi Manousi Passes Away at 85

Obama Lauds 'True Pioneer' Helen Thomas

President Obama deeply saddened by the death of longtime White House journalist Helen Thomas, calling her a “true pioneer”.

Obama Lauds 'True Pioneer' Helen Thomas

Herzliya Journalism Center Named for Daniel Pearl

IDC's Daniel Pearl International Journalism Institute will offer fellowships to outstanding journalists.

Herzliya Journalism Center Named for Daniel Pearl

Veteran US Reporter Barbara Walters Hospitalized

The veteran American television reporter Barbara Walters has been hospitalized after falling and hitting her head, ABC News said.

Veteran US Reporter Barbara Walters Hospitalized

Iraq Orders 44 International News Outlets Closed

Iraq has ordered the closure of 44 international news outlets, among them the Voice of America, and the BBC.

Iraq Orders Closure of 44 International News Outlets

NPR's Rehm Teams-Up with Israel Bashers

Diane Rehm's National Public Radio interview program, aired by more than 160 public stations, is known to be unremittingly anti-Israel.

NPR's Rehm Teams-Up with Israel Bashers

B'nai B'rith Israel-Diaspora Journalism Award

The prestigious B'nai B'rith World Center journalism award was won by a report on Orthodox Jews in the US donating kidneys to Israelis.

B'nai B'rith Israel-Diaspora Journalism Award Announced

Journalism Review's Anti-Israel Lies Exposed

A CJR article tears apart an earlier piece that placed Israel high on list of countries that suppress journalists.

Columbia Journalism Review's Anti-Israel Lies Exposed

Mike Wallace Leaves Contentious Legacy

CBS News icon and “60 Minutes” reporter, Mike Wallace, died last night, at the age of 93, at a care facility in New Haven, Connecticut.

Iconic Reporter, Mike Wallace, Leaves Contentious Legacy

PA Has 'No Problem' Arresting Journalists

In response to recent detentions of journalists, the PA said that it has “no problem” arresting journalists.

PA Has 'No Problem' Arresting Journalists

Coulson Scandal Hits Cameron

David Cameron's reputation as a Tory modernizer makes him more vulnerable in the current scandal.

Coulson Scandal Hits Cameron In Weak Spot