'The world is as angry as it gets. You think this is gonna cause a little more anger? The world is an angry place'
The administration's ‘war’ with the media continues
Arrests send out a 'chilling message' to reporters covering protests in the future, the Committee to Protect Journalists say
Sean Spicer says the new administration will 'hold the press accountable'
'There is Rupert Murdoch trying to take over the whole of Sky, here she is giving Sky this terrifically important interview'
Exclusive: Misinformation published by conspiracy sites about serious health conditions is often shared more widely than evidence-based reports from reputable news organisations
This is not the first time the President-elect has ditched the media pool
The MP's comments followed the newspaper's publication of an article about the number of foreign nationals attending Boxing Day sales
Electoral Commission documents suggest The Sun registered as a political campaign group for Leave on 15 June – one week before the referendum
Details of gathering emerge as Mr Trump cancels meeting with the New York Times at last moment
City University is home to a well-known journalism department
Early signs suggest Trump is willing to break protocol when it comes to transparency
These newspapers and their commentators are now implying that those who disagree with them should be silenced, or even locked up. This is dark and dangerous territory
Mr Corbyn has got a hostile reception from the press
London School of Economics researchers found that 75 per cent of press coverage 'misrepresented' the Labour leader
The two senior News of the World figures gave evidence to the culture committee in 2011