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The Guardian’s Lee Glendinning: “Publishing is not the end of the story”

The editor of The Guardian US and two reporters who worked on its database of police killings discuss collaborating with the public and bringing fresh eyes to American news

Recent Stories


The State-by-State Approach to Getting National Data With FOIA

When an investigation into military equipment distributed to police departments stalled at the national level, going local helped free the data


Revitalizing Journalism in Brazil

Despite a fraught political and economic environment for journalists, new outlets in Brazil are experimenting with fact-checking, longform, and citizen media


Why Journalists Shouldn’t Be Blinded by Bad Science

"A Survival Guide to the Misinformation Age” argues that journalists must better understand how science works in order to separate real breakthroughs from hype


An AP Correspondent Examines Why Foreign News Matters

Why do we focus so often on the negative? And what stories do we miss when we do?

From the Curator

What Nicki Minaj Can Teach Newsrooms About Credibility

One profile brings to light many issues challenging journalism, including diversity, authenticity, and cross-generational competence


How Newsrooms Handle Graphic Images of Violence

Are images of violence and death too distressing to publish—or too important to ignore?

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Melissa Bell of Vox Media: “Give People the Start of Understanding”

On the online publisher's embrace of Snapchat, its spirit of collaboration, and its determination to create a better advertising experience