While reporting on the white supremacist ideology behind mass shootings, are journalists inadvertently magnifying the message? Joan Donovan, director of the Technology and Social Change Research project at Harvard University, joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss how reporters should -- and…
By PBS NewsHour
The White House says Trump administration officials will not be attending this year's annual White House Correspondents' Association Dinner on Saturday, following the president's decision to boycott the event.
By Associated Press
The South Florida Sun Sentinel and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette won Pulitzer Prizes on Monday and were recognized along with the Capital Gazette of Annapolis, Maryland, for their coverage of three horrifying mass shootings in 2018 at a high school, a…
By Stephen Groves and Jennifer Peltz, Associated Press
Robert Caro is one of the nation’s preeminent biographers, known for meticulous research and taking his time with a subject. Indeed, he began his massive series "The Years of Lyndon Johnson" in 1977, but its final volume won't be published…
By Jeffrey Brown, Anne Azzi Davenport
From the Mueller investigation's end to renewed debate about health care, it's been a busy week in Washington. But how are these political issues resonating outside the nation's capital? Judy Woodruff talks to Kent State University professor and columnist Connie…
By Kevin Freking, Associated Press
There was a brief scuffle on a press platform away from the El Paso stage on Monday night, when a man began shoving members of the news media and was restrained.
By David Bauder, Associated Press
Trump's preferred mode of communication, besides social media, is interviews on Fox News and informal question-and-answer sessions with reporters. Sanders has said it makes more sense for the public to hear from the president himself.
By Verena Dobnik, Associated Press
The number of journalists killed in retaliation for their work nearly doubled this year, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists.
By Associated Press
The group, which Time calls the "guardians," includes slain Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who was killed two months ago when he visited Saudi Arabia's consulate in Turkey for paperwork so he could get married.
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