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Opinion: Ethics

Are journalists going too far in trying to avoid the “liberal bias” label?

It’s time for some soul-searching about our role in unwittingly elevating conservative narratives

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“I’m not sure that the trust problem is going to be solved independent of solving the diversity problem”

Former top editors Jill Abramson and Nancy Gibbs talk about women and the double standard, Trump and truth, diversity and trust

Opinion: Ethics

The Limits of Empathy During a Time of Polarization

Journalists shouldn’t demean or dismiss the supporters of any political candidate. But we shouldn’t explain away their words and deeds, either

Opinion

Why Journalists Need To Be Witty

Journalistic wit means spotting the connections others don’t see—or don’t want us to see

Opinion

Why Bhutan’s Struggle for Press Freedom Matters

“If the media, especially Western media, … is not interested in the emerging voices of journalism in countries like Bhutan, then there is no hope for a free and fair press”

“It Is Really Hard to Know What is Real”

A new report from Project Information Literacy offers insights about engaging younger consumers with the news

Features

Sports Journalists Battle for Relevancy

In an age of social platforms and celebrity athletes, Bleacher Report, The Players' Tribune, and The Athletic are challenging legacy sports media