Originally published 04/07/2016
The Hogan lawsuit could be the beginning of something big.
Originally published 07/07/2015
A founder of The Nation, he wanted the magazine to bring depth to public debates.
Originally published 03/23/2015
The real history of data journalism pre-dates newspapers, and traces the history of news itself.
Originally published 12/03/2014
The Battle between Journalism and Fiction: Doug Underwood on Genre Bending Journalists and Literary History (Interview)
Prof. Underwood stresses the "competition" between "new" or "literary" journalists and contemporary novelists for the hearts of the lovers of realistic literature.
Originally published 12/16/2013
Seymour Hersh remains the true giant of investigative journalism.
Originally published 09/22/2013
The Atlantic discusses modern journalism and national security via a censored article on the Manhattan Project in the 1940s.
Originally published 07/07/2013
“Why the officer stopped you is beyond me, but what the officer discovered is something of interest, especially for national security... It’s not every day you see someone traveling with information like this.”
Originally published 04/28/2013
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