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Opinion

Navigating Elon Musk’s Twitterpocalypse

Twitter has had its problems, but the new direction could both spell trouble and be an opportunity for news organizations

Features

Everyone Is a Climate Reporter Now

That’s why journalism schools need to incorporate climate science reporting into their standard curricula

Opinion

It’s Time to Abandon the ‘Police Say’ Headline Format

When reporting on life-or-death matters, community sources are just as important as police statements

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Threats to Democracy Are One of the “Existential Challenges” of Our Time. Here’s How to Cover Them

Freedom House’s Michael Abramowitz and The Washington Post’s Matea Gold on the state of democracy now and where journalists can go from here

Interview

“The Amount of Violence is Astonishing”: Why Threats to Journalists are Increasing in Iran

As protests following the death of Mahsa Amini continue, the government's desperation to crack down on dissent is intensifying

Opinion

Journalistic Objectivity Is Overrated. What Really Matters Is Transparency, Accuracy, and Fairness

How Herschel Walker’s Senate campaign and Nina Totenberg’s memoir helped me clarify my thinking about journalistic ethics

Opinion

As Journalists, We Need to Change the Way We Cover Disasters

Fewer tragic narratives about survivors, more stories about the causes of coastal disasters and who benefits from government rebuilding grants

Interview

“Journalism Is the Way to Act”: Why NPR Launched Its New Climate Desk

Andrea Kissack and Neela Banerjee on NPR’s ambitions for its dedicated climate desk

Interview

How to Support Journalists Experiencing Online Harassment

The International Women’s Media Foundation released a new guide designed help newsrooms navigate the abuse

Books

How One Journalist Became the 20th Century’s Most-Read Woman

The new book “Listen, World!” by Julia Scheeres and Allison Gilbert chronicles the storied life and career of Elsie Robinson

Features

Here’s How to Increase Coverage of Assassinations — Safely

Reporting on targeted killings has lagged in South Africa, but networks of journalists are helping piece these stories together