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Devastating forest fires aren't enough — Californians must deal with East Coast media bias

Instead of devoting five minutes at the top of the hour, CNN could be spending whole hours on in-depth analysis of this catastrophe, or inviting on climate scientists and meteorologists to discuss not

Capturing 'The Panama Papers' on film

Chasing corruption in 'The Panama Papers'; abandoning Khashoggi; Facebook and slavery?

'The Mother of a Movement': First black woman White House correspondent is finally getting recognition

There was a time when Alice Dunnigan, who made history in 1947 as the first black woman to cover the White House, was ignored at White House press conferences.

Bots spread a lot of fakery during the 2016 election. But they can also debunk it.

Bots disproportionately amplified misinformation during the last U.S. election.

42 — and counting — journalism awards to apply for

With the end of the year quickly approaching, journalists have an opportunity to reflect on a year of work well-done.

How to fight information overload and find signals in the noise

Stories are breaking at every instant, and journalists are fighting to keep ahead.

To life: Broadly goes a new way on Transgender Day of Remembrance

Every year, Vice’s Broadly site does a package for the annual Transgender Day of Remembrance

International coalition to protect press freedoms could have unintended consequences

Efforts to create a new international legal structure to protect reporters are laudable, but such efforts can have complications that aren’t immediately apparent.

An editor from the Great War coaches us on our writing

The distinctions of language and rhetoric drawn by C. E. Montague — to state, to understate, to overstate — are discerning and practical, and I am ready to share them. But before I do, I would like to

‘What I Wish You Knew’ about Southern Illinois University Edwardsville: College Media Project Training 2018-2019

A simple prompt opens a world of possibilities on this campus that once catered to commuters and where community can still be hard to fin

Black Friday 2018 will likely change how journalists do their jobs

By the end of the year, almost half of all U.S.

The 'best local political reporter of his generation': A eulogy for one of New Orleans' journalistic legends

I’m Bruce Nolan, a friend and colleague of Frank’s for nearly 40 years — which, New Orleans being New Orleans and Frank being Frank, is not as long

A seat at the table: American newsrooms still don’t represent their diverse communities

A half-century ago, the Kerner Commission investigated the racial unres

Judge orders Jim Acosta's 'hard pass' be restored in CNN lawsuit against Trump

Federal District Judge Timothy J. Kelly ordered the White House to reinstate correspondent Jim Acosta's White House "hard pass" Friday morning.

A haunted staff covers the ‘unimaginable,’ months after a giant fire ravaged its community

Insight and revulsion over California’s worst fire; Facebook fallout; LION expansion

Our writer remembers: In search of the REAL Roy Clark

For most of my adult life, I’ve had to answer that question: Are you THE Roy Clark, sometimes in jest, and sometimes, over the phone, with serious anticipation. The best I can come up with is, “Well,

One fake. Five European countries. Here’s why anti-refugee hoaxes transcend borders.

It's one of the great ironies of "anti-globalist" disinformation.