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Journalism

  1. year in review
    The Cut’s 20 Most-Read Stories in 2022The articles our readers were most deeply engaged with this year, from a murder solved in DMs to Meghan Markle’s palace-exit interview.
  2. how i get it done
    How Amna Nawaz Gets It DonePBS NewsHour’s new co-anchor on managing her high-achieving career and the co-parent and village of people who make it possible.
  3. how i get it done
    How New York Times Parenting Columnist Jessica Grose Gets It Done“Raising the next generation is and should be a concern to everyone.”
  4. in her shoes podcast
    Audie Cornish Is the Consummate HostBut on this episode of In Her Shoes, she’s sitting in the guest seat, discussing her move from public radio to podcasting.
  5. stop the hustle
    ‘She Said’ Is My Workaholic NightmareI wish journalism movies would stop glorifying hustle culture.
  6. how i get it done
    Lulu Garcia-Navarro Wants to Hear Your Unpopular Opinion“If I only interviewed people with whom I agree, it would be a pretty boring career.”
  7. how i get it done
    How the Root’s Editor-in-Chief Gets It DoneVanessa De Luca on 4:30 a.m. dog walks, facing rejection, the sanctity of lunch, and 20 years in media spent “serving the Black community.”
  8. how i get it done
    How Bon Appétit Editor-in-chief Dawn Davis Gets It DoneThe writer and author endorses cooking a big Sunday meal and not sending emails after 8 p.m.
  9. icons
    Joan Didion Has Died at 87The beloved writer passed away at her home in Manhattan.
  10. how i get it done
    Conflict Is Jane Ferguson’s Comfort ZoneThe PBS NewsHour reporter is recently back from Kabul, and talking with the Cut about the risks and rewards of her work.
  11. how i get it done
    How 60 Minutes+ Correspondent Laurie Segall Gets It DoneOn interviewing QAnon militants, relearning to drive a car, and her “lobster moment.”
  12. cut covers
    Abby Phillip Asks the Right QuestionsMedia’s voice of sanity and clarity, in conversation with Gayle King.
  13. the cut podcast
    A Manual for FearlessnessOn this week’s episode of The Cut, journalists Olivia Nuzzi and Maria Ressa discuss reporting during times of political turbulence.
  14. rest in power
    Pioneering Journalist Cokie Roberts Has Died at 75The award-winning political commentator died from complications from breast cancer.
  15. crime
    Slain Northern Irish Journalist Remembered As an InspirationAfter devoting her career to covering the aftermath of the Troubles, 29-year-old Lyra McKee was shot and killed amid escalating sectarian tensions.
  16. #metoo
    What Was the Washington Post Afraid Of?About to publish an investigation of a powerful executive’s alleged sexual misconduct, the newspaper pulled back. Irin Carmon tries to understand why.
  17. ethics
    What Really Caused ‘America’s Best Burger Place’ to Shut Down?What the viral Thrillist article about Bar Stanich left out.
  18. r. kelly
    R. Kelly Names Investigative Reporter As His ‘Enemy’R. Kelly believes that Jim DeRogatis just needs to walk in his shoes.
  19. explainer
    What to Know About Ali Watkins, James Wolfe, and the FBIA reporter had her communications data seized in the investigation of a former Senate Intelligence Committee aide — with whom she had a relationship.
  20. journalism
    School Bars Student Journalists From Talking About Sexual MisconductThe Coronado Middle School morning news team announced they will stop broadcasting.
  21. coalitions
    Accusers of Mark Halperin and Charlie Rose Form Support Group for JournalistsThe Press Forward aims to empower female journalists, and stop harassment in the newsroom.
  22. how i get it done
    How I Get It Done: Maggie HabermanThe New York Times reporter on why bartending was the best journalism training, her daily news diet, and burnout.
  23. politics
    Sean Spicer Says White House Reporters Want to ‘Become YouTube Stars’He’s tired of them asking “snarky questions” to “get on TV.”
  24. Lydia Polgreen Wants to Bring HuffPost Back to the PeopleThe paper’s new editor-in-chief and self-proclaimed “ink-stained wretch” explains its changing ethos.
  25. Rolling Stone Removed a Story About Domestic Violence After the NBA ComplainedThe article was removed two days after it was published.
  26. 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.”
  27. the good kind of homework
    The Queens of Nonfiction: 56 Women Journalists Everyone Should ReadFew of us fare any better than Gay Talese in recognizing great women writers.
  28. No, a Rat Study Can’t Tell Us About Human BromanceThis is a brotally depressing example of how bad press releases spread misinformation.
  29. BuzzFeed Probably Shouldn’t Have Published Its Journalism Salary SurveyBuzzFeed deserves credit for tackling a controversial subject shrouded in mystery, but its survey is too flawed to be of much use.
  30. There’s a Science to Squashing Rumors, and the Times Did the OppositeThe Times’ managers broke every rule of Rumor Management 101.
  31. scoops
    Notes on Being a Female Reporter in the 1970sNina Totenberg remembers.
  32. niche dilemmas
    Reporters: If a Source Creeps on You, Should You Write About It?House of Cards and the press corps’ open secrets.