journalism

The veteran journalist stays winning, in spite of how the White House treats her.

Gwen Ifill rose through the ranks of journalism, defeating many stereotypes and "isms" along the way.

MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry rejected the network's severance deal. She said the deal would have included a non-disparagement clause.

In an abrupt announcement, Al Jazeera America is shuttering its doors at the end of April.

Rankling White House officials, investigative journalist Seymour M. Hersh released a controversial story Sunday claiming that the Obama administration collaborated with Pakistani officials to kill…

Holt has consistently been kicking ass and taking names ever since he took over Williams’ anchoring job.

Rosario Dawson sat down with Roland Martin to talk about her role as a journalist in the Chris Rock semi-autobiographical comedy, “Top Five.” She joked…

Charles Sumner “Chuck” Stone Jr. was a former Tuskegee Airman and co-founder of the National Association of Black Journalists. Stone passed away last Sunday in…

Gregory Kane, a respected former columnist with the Baltimore Sun and a frequent contributor to Blackamericaweb.com has died. Kane lost his battle with cancer on…

When “The Butler” comes out on August 16, there will be three Black men that made it happen – director Lee Daniels, White House butler…

On the morning of September 12, 2001, legendary journalist Tom Brokaw got home at 1 a.m. after covering the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. After pouring himself a whiskey and water, he says, he fell asleep at 6 a.m., only to be awakened by more sad news. Watch as Tom opens up about […]

After serving as California’s First Lady for more than 7 years, Maria Shriver is getting back to her career roots. Shriver, 55, who filed for divorce over the summer from husband Arnold Schwarzenegger, is focusing on journalism again. The mother of four interviewed philanthropist Wallis Annenberg for the October issue of Los Angeles magazine that […]