I guess interrogations, wire tapping, and the constant paranoia that you're being followed is what you get when you try to investigate separatist movements on a tourist visa.
Earlier this year Chris Shearer hopped a flight from Melbourne to ISIS-ravaged northern Iraq, where he hoped to learn the ropes of war journalism.
In conversation with one of the most respected Middle East correspondents in the world.
The former St. Paul's student was out on bail after his conviction last summer. Then I ran into him on the train and got mixed up in his case in a way I could never have imagined.
We talked with Italian MP Claudio Fava, deputy president of the parliamentary Anti-Mafia Commission, about the link between organized crime and information.
As one of the only full-time court reporters left working in the UK, Guy Toyn spends every day witnessing Britain's sordid underbelly.
Libby is the founder of On Our Radar, a platform that allows citizen journalists in isolated communities around the world to share their experiences, using nothing more powerful than a text.
You might call me a poster boy for an era of darkness, delays, denials, and intimidation under President Barack Obama.
Over a month later, what is the legacy of one social media's defining moments?
Remembering the life of Hans J. Massaquoi, who managed to survive under Hitler's xenophobic regime.
Public outrage over R. Kelly's alleged sexual abuse of underage girls has finally consumed his public image.
Cándido Figueredo Ruíz's work paints a chilling portrait of organized crime and political corruption in Paraguay.
The extremists want discord to fester, with the subsequent hatred and mistrust leading to more eager recruits being seduced into their death cult.
Canada's new government is limiting reporters' access in much the same way its predecessor did.
Brutal accidents, long hours, and little sleep. Very few photojournalists want to do what Victor Biro does on most nights.
The Labour politician has been unabashedly pro-journalist in his statements, but will he make legal protections for reporters a priority?
Independent journalist Jason Brad Berry has broken big stories before, but his latest might change the course of the Louisiana gubernatorial race.
Even for a professional, movie-fueled disassociation is inevitable when covering TIFF.
It was common practice for the Email Police, as we called them, to reject my incoming and outgoing messages. I once had all of my emails rejected for 72 hours straight—emails that said things like, "I love you mom," and "I'm going outside for a walk."
The Conservatives have long been criticized for dragging their heels in the journalist's case.
Do we have a responsibility not to share those videos of the journalists in Virginia being killed? Or is the publicizing of horrible images the only way real reforms can occur?
Got an everyday mystery you need solving? The radio host, writer, and producer is your gal.
They produce headlines that sell magazines in supermarkets, so why in 2015 are they doing such a bad job of producing pageviews?
As we wait on the verdict in a case involving three criminal harassment charges, two feminists, and one accused stalker, mainstream women columnists in Canada remain committed to making the internet less safe for women.