Annie Lowrey is an econ writer for The Atlantic.
In the wake of Jamal Khashoggi’s death, all of America’s major media outlets have withdrawn from the Future Investment Initiative Conference in Riyadh.
Conservative media outlets are using faith-based journalism to cue readers and gain political ground, here’s how.
Last week, BuzzFeed unveiled plans to launch a feature at the bottom of the site’s news page that asks readers to “help us report to you” by donating $5 to $100.
CNN’s misleading statements about its reliance on anonymous sources have undermined the common journalistic practice, giving those who decry “fake news” ammunition to further their war on the truth
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Google is aiming to support quality journalism with its own initiative.
Female journalists–in Brazil, Italy, and Russia–have been making waves and making their voices heard in the #MeToo movement
“We’re told we missed the budget by 11 percent. They won’t tell us what that budget was, but the end result is the loss of 30 jobs.”
American diplomats in Turkey have talked press freedom, and have gotten an earful in response.