Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Tag: journalism

Writing on war

And the open wound of war.

Documenting the struggle against a hedge fund stripping journalism for parts

Journalists are our everyday heroes: exposing secrets, uncovering abuses and giving us better understanding of our communities, our cultures, our politics, our world.

Primetime abortion case sources lack diversity

Better primetime reporting on abortion would require abandoning journalists’ over reliance on official sources who have more connection to policy than to its real-life implications.

I was targeted under Louisiana’s felony trespassing law for reporting on...

When reporters are no longer allowed to report the truth, we all lose.

Male voices dominate the news. Here’s how journalists and female experts...

You might expect the gender ratio of people quoted in the news would mirror the gender split of our society. But that's not the case.

Mumia Abu-Jamal, now in his 40th year as an incarcerated prisoner,...

Urgent news: Demand the immediate release of imprisoned activist journalist Mumia Abu-Jamal.

When it comes to the truth of opinion columns, it’s reader...

Normally, there is at least the assumption, among professional journalists and readers alike, that the opinion pieces are held to some basic standard of factual accuracy.

Limiting Trump’s screen time isn’t ‘censorship,’ it’s journalism

If journalists are limited to allowing politicians to say whatever they want on-air, then asking questions that are never answered, how to decide when this is less reporting the news than feeding the troll?

Julian Assange and the increasing threat to freedom of the press

The continued persecution of Manning and Assange shows that while actual war criminals are showered with praise and given lucrative sinecures, those who reveal their crimes are the ones who will face punishment.

Corporate media have second thoughts about exiling Julian Assange from journalism

Corporate media dutifully laid the groundwork for the U.S. Department of Justice’s escalating political persecution of the WikiLeaks founder, and set the stage for a renewed assault on a free and independent press by the Trump administration.

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Why Raphael Warnock’s reelection could tip the balance for America’s economic future 

“He’s there to work. He’s not there to make the backdoor deals. I wish we could have more senators like that.”

‘Dead’ Republicans redux? Revived as blue-collar workers’ party?

If lying hypocrites want a new deal, First they make law and order real.

France’s plan for solar panels on all car parks is just the start of...

Creating a more diverse energy supply, much of which is directly connected to the very cars or homes consuming that power, makes a lot of sense.

Greta Thunberg joins 630+ young people in landmark climate lawsuit against Sweden

"The Swedish state fails to meet the constitutional requirement to promote sustainable development leading to a good environment for present and future generations," said the plaintiffs.

The renewable energy transition is failing

Renewable energy isn’t replacing fossil fuel energy—it’s adding to it.