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Why lawsuits against the media may not hurt freedom of the...

Nancy Costello, Michigan State University Free speech advocates have long believed that suing a news organization threatens free speech....

How baseball’s first commissioner led a conspiracy of silence to preserve...

Chris Lamb, IUPUI The Baseball Writers’ Association of America recently announced that it would remove former Major League Baseball Commissioner Kenesaw Mountain Landis’ name from...

In a battle of AI versus AI, researchers are preparing for...

John Sohrawardi, Rochester Institute of Technology and Matthew Wright, Rochester Institute of Technology An investigative journalist receives a video from an anonymous whistleblower. It shows...

It can’t happen here – and then it did

Joe Saltzman, University of Southern California, Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism When Americans think of journalists attacked, arrested or imprisoned while doing their job,...

Reflecting on the case of Cyntoia Brown – talking with the...

Dan Birman, University of Southern California, Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism Cyntoia Brown walked out of prison in August 2019 after serving 15 years...

It’s a bad idea for journalists to censor Trump – instead,...

David Cuillier, University of Arizona In times of mortal strife, humans crave information more than ever, and it’s journalists’ responsibility to deliver it. But what if...

Out-of-context photos are a powerful low-tech form of misinformation

Lisa Fazio, Vanderbilt University When you think of visual misinformation, maybe you think of deepfakes – videos that appear real but have actually been created...

Protections against sexual misconduct on campus may end up stifling free...

Laurel Leff, Northeastern University and Meg Heckman, Northeastern University The student journalists we and other university faculty work with tackle difficult issues in our classrooms...

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Gretchen Chapman, Carnegie Mellon University The Abstract features interesting research and the people behind it. Gretchen Chapman is a decision scientist who explores what makes it...