The 2014 Pulitzer Prizes were announced Monday, with 13 awards given to different categories under journalism and seven awarded under books, drama and music.
By Colleen Shalby
Pew Research Center’s 11th State of the News Media report, released Wednesday, looks at these changes and examines consumer, ownership, investment and technology trends of the various news industries over the past year.
By Gwen Ifill
Day after day, we are exposed to sneakier outrages – images that reinforce stereotypes and suppress ambition, especially in young women. Stock photos used to illustrate advertising campaigns as well as news stories invariably show them submissive, half-naked or harried.
By PBS NewsHour
A slew of made-for-Web news sites are increasingly undermining the platform of print media. In this shifting landscape, how will journalism and storytelling survive, and what are readers to gain? Judy Woodruff talks to Re/code’s Walt Mossberg, VOX Media’s Jim…
By PBS NewsHour
Tonight on the program, we examine the deadly comeback of heroin as use of the dangerous drug in the U.S. has doubled since 2007. Also: Preventing accidents with "talking cars," South Carolina's battle over Medicaid expansion, new media models affecting…
Fort Mill, S.C. went through a period of transition — the city is now experience a boom.
The author of "A Deadly Mix in Benghazi," David A. Kirkpatrick, on his NYT investigation.
The repressive situation for journalists in Mexico and new hope for those covering Iran.
Over 200 journalists are being detained for their work around the world, making 2013 the second-worst year on record for journalists in prison, according to the most recent report by the Committee to Protect Journalists. John Larson speaks with Robert…
Seeing Syria's rebel forces through the eyes of a journalist…
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