Recent Stories

The Case for Skyline Watchdogs: Architectural Criticism and Political Acts

Chicago Tribune architecture critic Blair Kamin explores where to draw the line between coverage of aesthetics and politics

Features

“Almost Everyone, On Every Beat, Becomes an Immigration Reporter at Some Point”

Covering immigration requires a multidisciplinary approach to reporting, from economics to politics to education

Opinion

Is It Ethical for Journalists to Ask Trump Pointedly Provocative Questions?

The “thumbing their nose” question asked of Trump about North Korea highlights the media’s potential role in exacerbating tensions

Opinion: Ethics

The New York Times and Why White Supremacy Isn’t News

We don’t need to question grocery-shopping neo-Nazis about racism in America. We need to question powerful white men and women who support bigotry

From the Curator

When Women Stand Up Against Harassers in the Newsroom

We don’t need more training—we know what to do

Live @ Lippmann

Frederik Obermaier: “I think one outcome of leaks like the Panama Papers or the Paradise Papers is that nobody can feel safe anymore in tax havens”

Süddeutsche Zeitung investigative journalist Frederik Obermaier on coordinating global reporting projects, parsing complex documents, and influencing how companies conduct business

Features

Reporting the Untold Stories of Rural India

How the People’s Archive of Rural India is documenting the lives and labors of some of the country’s poorest, most marginalized populations

“Fixing” the Journalist-Fixer Relationship

A new study explores the divisions between fixers and correspondents, as the Global Reporting Centre examines alternate models of doing foreign reporting

Cover Story: #NowWhat?

The News Industry Has a Sexual Harassment Problem. #NowWhat?

How newsroom leaders can create workplaces that truly support women