journalism

journalism

Video Shows April Ryan’s Bodyguard Roughing up a Journalist

The editor of New Brunswick Today was removed from Ryan's speaking event by a bodyguard, and the whole scene was caught on video.
Trone Dowd
8.15.19
Books

When the Conflict Zone You're Reporting on Is Home

We spoke to Zahra Hankir—editor of "Our Women on the Ground," a new collection of essays by Arab women reporters—about why no one else can report on the region like Arab women can.
Leila Ettachfini
8.8.19
first amendment

The Trump Administration Wants the Power to Decide Who's a Journalist

“This is a five-alarm fire for the First Amendment,” said Jonathan Peters, a media law professor at the University of Georgia.
David Uberti
5.24.19
Julian Assange

The DOJ Just Charged Julian Assange Under the Espionage Act

“Assange was knowingly receiving such classified records from [Chelsea] Manning for the purpose of publicly disclosing them on the WikiLeaks website,” the indictment reads.
David Uberti
Greg Walters
5.23.19
WikiLeaks

Chelsea Manning Warns That Trump Will Go After Journalists With “Indictments and Charges”

"Whenever a journalist makes a misstep, I think that they are put on notice now."
Rex Santus
5.13.19
Media

“We’re drinking now”: The oldest newspaper in New Orleans just fired its entire staff

New Orleans is officially a one-newspaper town, sort of.
David Uberti
5.3.19
Hacking

US Government Admits It Doesn’t Know If Assange Cracked Password For Manning

An FBI agent admitted in a newly unsealed court document that the Department of Justice does not know whether Assange’s offer to help Manning came to fruition.
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai
4.15.19
WikiLeaks

Julian Assange’s Charges Are Centered on Hacking, Not Publishing Classified Information

For years, it has been publicly reported that Julian Assange offered to help Chelsea Manning break into a classified computer system. Now the Department of Justice has charged Assange for that.
Joseph Cox
4.11.19
Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador

Mexico’s president vowed to halt murders of journalists. He hasn't been able to stop them.

Six journalists have been killed since December, despite a program intended to keep them safe.
Emily Green
3.25.19
journalism

Inside the Dangerous Life of a Female 'Fixer' in Iraq

"My mom, when she’s asking me when will I get married... I tell her, ‘Find me someone as strong as me and I will marry them, I promise.’”
Rebecca Gibian
3.12.19
Hip-Hop

Megan Thee Stallion and the Persistence of Music Journalism's Misogyny

A recently resurfaced interview with Megan Thee Stallion by music industry figure DJ Smallz focuses on her childhood bodily development instead of her career as an up-and-coming rapper.
Shamira Ibrahim
3.5.19
Music

What Getting Taylor Swift "In Her Own Words" Really Means

As magazines reinvent the format of the celebrity profile, they spark questions about how much truth their audience is actually getting from today's biggest artists.
Kate Dries
2.28.19
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