George Floyd's death and the ensuing protests have reignited the American conversation on race. That includes inequities and discrimination in news reporting, where several recent incidents have highlighted the different experiences of black and white journalists. Judy Woodruff talks to…
In one incident, Atlanta Journal-Constitution photographer Alyssa Pointer, a black woman, was detained by Georgia Department of Natural Resources officers while wearing press credentials.
By Associated Press
The Pulitzer Prize Board will postpone the announcement of this year’s winners because some board members have been busy covering the global coronavirus outbreak.
By Associated Press
PBS NewsHour anchor and managing editor Judy Woodruff and PBS NewsHour Weekend anchor Hari Sreenivasan will interview thought leaders in the field of journalism.
By Gretchen Frazee
By Courtney Norris
Family members, friends and our PBS NewsHour family -- past and present -- said goodbye to co-founder Jim Lehrer on Friday.
By Mike Melia
We often refer to the "NewsHour family." Jim was our founding father.
By PBS NewsHour
American students today are more comfortable than ever celebrating their identities in terms of race, class, sexual orientation or gender. But stereotypes continue nonetheless. NewsHour’s Student Reporting Labs’ new “No Labels Attached” series has asked high-schoolers across the country to…
By Laura Santhanam, Joshua Barajas
He offered viewers the chance to hear different sides and find common ground, and over the years he offered insight into his philosophy.
Across the country, local newspapers are printing fewer pages, less frequently -- and sometimes collapsing entirely. Recent studies paint a grim picture of the decline in local newspapers and the impact it has on American politics. Jeffrey Brown reports and…
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