Journalists, often the subject of the president’s ire, continue to chronicle how his rhetoric inspires divisiveness and even violence. Yet such efforts to vilify the press have not deterred many young people from studying the field. Here’s a look at the latest news detailing the difficulty of practicing journalism today. In his first public speech …
Public records are integral to the work of investigative reporters, but the process for gathering this information can be a lesson in frustration and patience.
The Double Exposure festival, along with its concurrent symposium, combines investigative reporting with creative storytelling. The films for the Oct. 10-13 festival in Washington, D.C., will include “Desert One” directed by Academy Award winner Barbara Kopple, Feras Fayyad’s “The Cave,” and Paul Rosenberg’s “Bedlam”.
More than 1,500 journalists from 130 countries are expected at the 11th Global Investigative Journalism Conference this week in Hamburg, Germany, this week.
A new Pew Research Center report shows that Americans’ measure of trust in public officials continues to decline.