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A just-released study offers striking confirmation that for many journalists, data-based reporting has become more ingrained in the newsroom.
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Many local newsrooms have been cut to the bone so often that there's hardly any bone left.
“This man was encouraging a 6-year-old black girl to be a pilot, which was ... unusual back then, but it never left me.
Margaret Sullivan remembered standing in front of a class of Northwestern University journalism students.
Tagging fake news on social media is great, but does that actually change beliefs based on misinformation?
It was odd to think about Shakespeare during a hurricane, but the Bard knew his storms. From "King Lear" to "The Tempest," where there was a Will,
For the third year, KARE11 photojournalist Ben Garvin wore a 40-pound, 7-foot-tall paper mache ear wired with two Go-Pro cameras and a shotgun micr