Asked whether she met with her Finnish counterpart "just because" of their similarities in age and gender, New Zealand's leader questioned whether reporters would ask the same of her male predecessor.
As the social media platform struggles to find a way forward, NPR surveys key moments in its history.
The Murdoch media empire is deciding how to treat former President Trump after an uneasy alliance lasting years.
Printed newspapers sent out across Illinois push Republican talking points against Democrats just in time for election season. They're taking advantage of the erosion of local news.
The former co-anchor of ESPN's SportsCenter faced criticism in 2017 for calling the president a white supremacist. In her memoir, Uphill, she talks about her career and her life growing up in Detroit.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette journalists are on strike in the nation's first newspaper strike in decades. The union is demanding the owners reinstate better working conditions and benefits.
Retired senior U.S. military officials are flocking overseas to work as contractors or consultants. NPR's A Martinez talks to Craig Whitlock, who investigated the story for The Washington Post.
It's been over five months since Abu Akleh was killed on the job, most likely by Israeli forces. Her niece tells Morning Edition about her aunt's legacy and her family's campaign for accountability.