New York Times

When War Comes Home

By Sounding January 5, 2017

Three years ago I worked as a news editor at Donbass, the largest newspaper and news website in my native city of Donetsk in Eastern Ukraine. I was responsible for a dozen reporters covering local news, three pages of the … Read more

Reporting on Islam

By July 6, 2016

The concept was simple: Seven Californian Muslims, each photographed against a grey background, talking about the phrase “Allahu Akbar,” usually translated as “God is great.” No voiceovers. No cutaways. Just seven Californians, talking about two words. If there’s one … Read more

Holding Businesses Accountable

By June 30, 2016

AP correspondent Margie Mason was reporting another story in Jakarta, Indonesia when her source asked why she wasn’t looking into the hundreds and hundreds of men enslaved in the Southeast Asian fishing industry. She knew about this. It was … Read more

Covering the Transgender Community

By January 12, 2016

In March of 2014, Jorge Rivas, Fusion’s national affairs correspondent, was working on a story about undocumented immigrants when he heard about a transgender woman being held in a men’s detention center. “She was stuck in a detention center … Read more

Susan Glasser and Jill Abramson on Female Newsroom Leadership

September 22, 2014

Named editor of Politico last week, Susan Glasser spoke by phone with former New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson about the challenges faced by women in leadership roles. A lightly edited transcript of their conversation: Jill Abramson: Susan, huge congratulations … Read more

In Praise of Digital

By and Books July 17, 2014

Since its publication in 2001, “The Elements of Journalism” has been the industry-standard text on the ethics and practice of journalism. In this edited excerpt from the third edition, published this past April, co-authors Bill Kovach and Tom Rosenstiel … Read more