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With foreign bureaus slashed, freelancers are filling the void – at...

Bill Gentile, American University School of Communication When Time magazine named journalists who faced persecution, arrest or murder as their 2018 Person of the Year,...

How local journalism can upend the ‘fake news’ narrative

Damian Radcliffe, University of Oregon “For the first time media is the least trusted institution globally,” Edelman, the global PR and marketing firm concluded in...

Arms and influence in the Khashoggi affair

Russell E. Lucas, Michigan State University President Donald Trump’s reaction to the disappearance and death of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul reveals important details...

As a young reporter, I went undercover to expose the Ku...

Dick Lehr, Boston University Spike Lee’s powerful new film, “BlacKkKlansman,” tells the true story of Ron Stallworth, an African-American police officer who infiltrates a local...

Tom Wolfe elevated journalism into enduring literature

William McKeen, Boston University In 20th-century popular culture, journalists were portrayed as needy hacks desperate to write the Great American Novel. Journalism was the means...

Local media struggle to hold Sinclair accountable

Andrea Hickerson, Rochester Institute of Technology Sinclair Broadcast Group’s stations are under renewed scrutiny following Deadspin’s release of a montage of anchors reading the same...

Chasing the flame: Does media coverage of wildfires probe deeply enough?

Adrianne Kroepsch, Colorado School of Mines It is the dry season in western states, which means that large swaths of land are burning or smoldering...

How the Pentagon tried to cure America of its ‘Vietnam syndrome’

Paul Joseph, Tufts University In August 1965, Morley Safer, a reporter for “CBS News,” accompanied a unit of U.S. marines on a search-and-destroy mission to...

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Samuel Banister, Stanford University; Axel Adams, University of California, San Francisco, and Roy Gerona, University of California, San Francisco In March and April, 56 people...