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rest in power
Pioneering Journalist Cokie Roberts Has Died at 75
The award-winning political commentator died from complications from breast cancer.
Slain Northern Irish Journalist Remembered As an Inspiration
After devoting her career to covering the aftermath of the Troubles, 29-year-old Lyra McKee was shot and killed amid escalating sectarian tensions.
What Was the Washington
About to publish an investigation of a powerful executive’s alleged sexual misconduct, the newspaper pulled back. Irin Carmon tries to understand why.
What Really Caused ‘America’s Best Burger Place’ to Shut Down?
What the viral
article about Bar Stanich left out.
R. Kelly Names Investigative Reporter As His ‘Enemy’
R. Kelly believes that Jim DeRogatis just needs to walk in his shoes.
Opheli Garcia Lawler
What to Know About Ali Watkins, James Wolfe, and the FBI
A reporter had her communications data seized in the investigation of a former Senate Intelligence Committee aide — with whom she had a relationship.
School Bars Student Journalists From Talking About Sexual Misconduct
The Coronado Middle School morning news team announced they will stop broadcasting.
Accusers of Mark Halperin and Charlie Rose Form Support Group for Journalists
The Press Forward aims to empower female journalists, and stop harassment in the newsroom.
Three CBS Employees Now Also Accuse Charlie Rose of Sexual Misconduct
CBS This Morning uncovered the new allegations through its own investigation.
PBS Has Terminated Its Relationship With Charlie Rose
“PBS expects all the producers we work with to provide a workplace where people feel safe and are treated with dignity and respect.”
Harvey Weinstein Lawyers Up in Advance of Possible Exposés
The mogul has reportedly been in touch with the Clintons’ crisis manager Lanny Davis.
how i get it done
How I Get It Done: Maggie Haberman
The New York
reporter on why bartending was the best journalism training, her daily news diet, and burnout.
Sean Spicer Says White House Reporters Want to ‘Become YouTube Stars’
He’s tired of them asking “snarky questions” to “get on TV.”
Megyn Kelly’s Alex Jones Interview Was Less Controversial Than Expected
Critics said the edited version offered a decent overview of the Infowars host but still had journalistic shortcomings.
Lydia Polgreen Wants to Bring HuffPost Back to the People
The paper’s new editor-in-chief and self-proclaimed “ink-stained wretch” explains its changing ethos.
Removed a Story About Domestic Violence After the NBA Complained
The article was removed two days after it was published.
on the trail
What It’s Like to Be a Female Reporter Covering Donald Trump
“I still have moments when I think,
I cannot believe he’s the Republican nominee
the good kind of homework
The Queens of Nonfiction: 56 Women Journalists Everyone Should Read
Few of us fare any better than Gay Talese in recognizing great women writers.
No, a Rat Study Can’t Tell Us About Human Bromance
This is a brotally depressing example of how bad press releases spread misinformation.
BuzzFeed Probably Shouldn’t Have Published Its Journalism Salary Survey
BuzzFeed deserves credit for tackling a controversial subject shrouded in mystery, but its survey is too flawed to be of much use.
There’s a Science to Squashing Rumors, and the
Did the Opposite
’ managers broke every rule of Rumor Management 101.
Notes on Being a Female Reporter in the 1970s
Nina Totenberg remembers.
Reporters: If a Source Creeps on You, Should You Write About It?
House of Cards
and the press corps’ open secrets.