Cover Story

Why Newsrooms Are Unionizing Now

By Cover Story March 21, 2019

In January 2015, The Washington Post’s labor reporter at the time, Lydia DePillis, wrote a story called “Why Internet journalists don’t organize.” DePillis observed that many writers were individualistic and had “built personal brands” and therefore … Read more

Journalism Under Pressure

By Cover Story February 21, 2019

In an essay first published in 1999 that graces his collection “Things That Matter” (2013), the late Charles Krauthammer answered a question posed by Time magazine: Who was the most important person in … Read more

Terror at Home, Abroad

Cover Story June 13, 2013

Click to enlarge. Image courtesy of the Newseum As the Boston Marathon bombing story continued to develop over the weekend, Nieman Fellows reported on the events, offering perspective from around the … Read more

“The Story of a Lifetime”

By Cover Story June 13, 2013

Brian McGrory, 51, was named editor of The Boston Globe just four months before the Boston Marathon bombings captured the world’s attention. Ten days into that coverage, McGrory spoke with David L. Marcus, NF ’96, the Globe’s former diplomatic correspondent, … Read more