A new report from the Duke Reporters’ Lab offers a snapshot of the evolving fact-checking ecosystem around the world.
WNYC, WAMU and KPCC announced Friday that they’ve acquired Gothamist, DCist and LAist, the online sites which were
Cathaleen Curtiss, the photography director at the Buffalo News, chats about the history of photojournalism, the proper time to use stock photos and how to give visuals their proper due online.
Most people in Pyeongchang right now don’t know where Milwaukee is, said Milwaukee Journal Sentinel photojournalist Mark Hoffman.
As we finish up a week that has seen an intensifying debate over guns in America, we found a wide-ranging array of stories that continue
America’s editorial cartoonists have been struggling to portray the outage of mass school shootings for more than two decades.
First, it was imposter tweets.
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An idea to capture casual news subscribers got a major push today, with Gannett becoming an investor in the consumer subscription service
Wednesday brought a new and intensely passionate level to the debate going on in the country over gun control and mass shootings.