The supermarket tabloid is standing by its reporting of the world's richest man's affair as his accusations of blackmail could complicate a related legal matter involving a hush-money deal with a former Playboy model linked to Donald Trump.
China is buying up broadcast space on foreign airwaves, pages inside newspapers and expanding its own state-owned media networks to increase its influence abroad and better spread the central government's policies.
I thought when I shared my story in September that I knew exactly what I was doing and the effect it would have. It turns out I had no idea, writes Virginia Trioli, as she shares the best personal stories of 2018.
With the boiling turmoil that was Australian politics in 2018 reducing to a simmer over the summer break, RMIT ABC Fact Check wraps up the year that was in fact checking.
The 24/7 news cycle can deliver what feels like a constant stream of suffering direct to our phones. But the world also brought us plenty of good news this year, from medical breakthroughs to incredible reunions.
People think investigative journalism is about receiving brown envelopes in the mail or encrypted text messages with a story laid out, but the reality is very different, according to Head of ABC Investigations Jo Puccini.
Hedley Thomas becomes only the second person to win two Gold Walkley Awards, after taking home the 2018 top prize for an internationally-popular true crime podcast focusing on a 1982 Sydney cold case.
The White House sends Jim Acosta a letter saying it has made the "preliminary decision" to suspend his pass, just days after a federal judge ordered that his media credentials be temporarily restored.