Last week The Independent revealed that the police had used powers under the Terrorism Act to seize the computer of a BBC journalist who had been communicating with British-born jihadis fighting in Syria
Friends of Ms Sutton had expressed doubts after she was found hanged in a toilet at Istanbul’s Ataturk airport
Photo and video journalists should make sure the people whose stories they record understand exactly what it means for them to speak out
The cameraman for France 2 was attacked despite telling police in Hebrew that he was an accredited journalist
Alain de Botton is probably anticipating sceptical reviews of his new book. It is unfortunate that, as a philosophical analysis of the news media, it is bound to be assessed by the very outlets, often resistant to change, that it seeks to correct.
Mr Grimm told reporter: 'I'll break you in half. Like a boy'
The Conservative Party is facing calls to reopen its inquiry into a Nazi-themed stag party attended by Aidan Burley.
The story of a primary-school teacher, Margaret Skinnider, who was shot and wounded during the Easter 1916 uprising, has rightly caught the eye of Dublin journalists
Andy McSmith wonders how our media would react – and whether he would be able to keep his job
'Independent' columnist Neil Warnock said last year that he would encourage a player to go public
Director of Women Under Seige project reveals list of most shocking search terms which bring suspected rapists and fantasists to its site
Series of announcements by CEO Marissa Mayer strengthen Yahoo's focus on mobile products and creation of media content
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has apologised after he claimed a Canadian reporter was “lurking” around his house, climbing his fences and taking photos of his children.
Will there even be state pensions by the time my children grow up?
A few reporters might be daft or inexperienced, but most work ridiculously hard to follow the rules for little money and less thanks
I helped to write a sitcom this week. It was with Jane Bussmann, the brilliant writer on Smack the Pony, Brass Eye and South Park, among other twisted TV gems. I wasn't the only one; there were about 50 of us in the basement of London's Soho Theatre on Sunday night, lending a hand on her new six-part sitcom.