The Univision journalist, who has a new book out, discusses covering the Trump administration as a Mexican American dual citizen living in the United States.
Katie Nelson is a freelance photographer and reporter in Nairobi. On a recent trip to a bookstore, she picked up some old National Geographic magazines, including one that is quite famous. The timing, though, was quite ironic.
Prominent British-Lebanese TV presenter Liliane Daoud was arrested and deported out of Egypt this week. She says her deportation is the latest in a long series of crackdowns on vocal journalists in Egypt.
“We are in 2016 and still have diggers being tortured with a machete,” says on Angolan journalist who has dedicated his life to covering blood diamonds.
Five newspapers have been forced to close over the past year.
With six writers killed, the government, the judiciary and police forces have taken no significant measures to deter extremists from targeting bloggers and publishers.
The Oscar winner featured Boston Globe journalists who hope the film will inspire other journalists to always hold the powerful accountable. But that's not possible for everyone in the profession.
Kim Barker's book about her time in Afghanistan didn't exactly fly off the shelves. Sure, it sold a respectable 11,000 copies, but it was no best seller. But a new movie based on the book looks like it will be a hit.
Print may be doomed, but Tom McCarthy’s “Spotlight,” about The Boston Globe’s investigation into the Catholic church’s sex-abuse cover-up, makes the case for journalism.
The topics range from the war in Syria to the illegal ivory trade in many parts of Africa.
For a journalist, your Rolodex once equaled your sources — and your sources equaled your ability to do your job. But what about now?