journalism

At Long Last, the Stuff of Journalism

White House press corps

A free press is now in full-operating mode in the role that the nation’s founders intended: as a watchdog on government.
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Native journalist faces trespass, riot charges — in silence

Jenni Monet

Native American journalist Jenni Monet was arrested last week while covering protests over the Dakota Access Pipeline. Why aren’t more journalism institutions rallying in her support?
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Considering the Future of Journalism

Considering the Future of Journalism

On Nov. 15, the Newseum hosted a discussion with Richard Gingras, vice president of Google News, and Michael Oreskes, senior vice president of news and editorial director at NPR.
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Silicon Valley, White House South Lawn Among Recent Newseum Stops

Free Speech in the Social Media Era

Newseum plays an important role in the debate over free expression issues at the intersection of journalism and technology.
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Washington Post Reporter Convicted

Jason Rezaian

Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian, who has been held in Iran’s notorious Evin Prison since 2014, was found guilty Oct. 11 following a secret trial on charges of espionage.
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Journalist’s Fate in Limbo

Jason Rezaian

Coming off the release of two imprisoned Al-Jazeera journalists in Egypt on Sept. 23, the president of Iran has indicated a willingness to release Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian, but with conditions.
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Freedom: From dream to reality, facing a tough path

Freedom certainly is the stuff of life for a democracy. For each of us living in the United States, it means freedom “from” — from fear, from harassment, imprisonment or worse, simply for holding unpopular views.
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Journalists Freed in Egypt

Al-Jazeera journalists

Al-Jazeera journalists Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed were released from an Egyptian jail Sept. 23 after a pardon by Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi, who freed a total of 100 prisoners.
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Journalists Jailed in Egypt

Al-Jazeera journalists

Al-Jazeera will appeal Egypt’s sentence of three years in jail for three of the news organization’s journalists.
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‘What Went Wrong’ at Rolling Stone?

Rolling Stone

In every conceivable way, Rolling Stone magazine flunked the basic tenets of Journalism 101. Now, in the aftermath of a scathing report and a lawsuit, the magazine is learning that being wrong comes with a steep price.
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