Recent Stories

Amid Trauma, Knowing Who Wants to Share Their Story

Lisa Krantz, NF ’20, on photographing the aftermath of mass shootings

Niemans @ Work

Investigating a ‘Windfall’ for Temp Agencies

Emily Corwin, NF ‘21, on how subsidies to create permanent jobs for the formerly incarcerated are doing the opposite

Opinion

Why Climate Change Stories Need More Context

Reporters covering climate change should combine traditional and solutions journalism approaches to provide more depth

Sounding

Addressing Power Equity Issues in The News

Kristofer Ríos, NF '23, on why journalists need to be aware of the way we cover vulnerable or underrepresented communities

Top Stories 2022

Nieman Reports’ Most Read Stories of 2022

As 2022 winds down, here are the top 10 most read stories from the past year

Top Stories 2022

Nieman Reports’ Top 5 Feature Stories of 2022

As 2022 winds down, here are 5 feature stories from the past year we at Nieman Reports think are worth a (re)read

Top Stories 2022

Nieman Reports’ Top 5 Opinion Pieces of 2022

As 2022 winds down, here are 5 columns from the year we at Nieman Reports think are worth (re)reading

Top Stories 2022

Nieman Reports’ Top 5 Interviews of 2022

As 2022 winds down, here are 5 interviews from the past year we at Nieman Reports think are worth a (re)read

Features

In Italy, Freelancer Collectives Are Producing Ambitious Investigations

Freelance journalists in Italy are banding together to take on — and fund — ambitious investigative projects around the globe

From the Curator

An Overdue Generational Shift Is Changing How Journalists Manage Traumatic Stories

The stoicism that reporters once mustered when covering tragedies is giving way to a new public candor

Open Source

Putting Open-Source Methods Into Practice

Here’s how three newsrooms combined open-source and traditional reporting techniques to launch ambitious investigations

Live @ Lippmann

“We Need a Language That Has Been Developed, Defined, and Codified by People Who Look Like Us”

Deborah Douglas and Susanna Siegel on re-defining objectivity, advocacy journalism, and newsroom power dynamics