journalism

Political commentator Cokie Roberts prefers facts to opinions

A Q&A with the Emmy Award-winning journalist

These female journalists and activists are spending International Women’s Day behind bars

Many have been jailed for speaking out against their governments or exposing human rights violations

Arizona town apologizes for threatening 12-year-old journalist Hilde Lysiak

‘We encourage and respect your continued aspiration as a successful reporter,’ the town mayor said

How Facebook factors into the arrest of Philippine journalist Maria Ressa

The case raises the question of the company’s culpability for her predicament

Why did it take a Lifetime TV series and a hashtag to take down R. Kelly?

Decades of investigative reporting couldn’t touch him

A newspaper editor called for mass lynchings and a revival of the KKK. A black woman is taking his place.

Here’s how Elicia Dexter wants to shape the Alabama newspaper going forward

This 12-year-old journalist wasn’t backing down when an Arizona cop threatened to arrest her

‘What exactly am I doing that’s illegal?’ she asked

Maria Ressa, Philippine journalist who was one of Time’s people of the year, arrested on libel charges

Critics have called the arrest an assault on free press in the country

Jill Abramson, former N.Y. Times executive editor whose book has been hit with plagiarism allegations, defends her work on Fox News

‘I certainly didn’t plagiarize in my book, and there’s 70 pages of footnotes showing where I got the information’

A newspaper apologized for ‘false statements’ about Melania Trump. The writer is sticking by her reporting.

The Telegraph agreed to pay damages after running a story excerpted from a book by Nina Burleigh