Reporting of political changes and difficulties in the Trump era took home lots of Pulitzers this year.
Thanks to technology, storytelling is being exposed to new realities (literally).
A picture is worth 1,000 words – especially in global news.
According to experts, the media missed vital narratives in the immediate aftermath after the Syria strike and the Afghanistan bombing occurred.
As Trump makes offensive moves into Yemen, Syria, and Afghanistan in his first 100 days, pundits across the media have weighed in.
Trump unleashed 59 Tomahawk missiles on a Syrian airbase – and also unleashed a wide range of media praise, criticism, and analysis.
The news cycle has been full of Trump lately – but what about international news?
Award-winning Syrian journalist Zaina Erhaim is unable to enter the United States due to the travel ban administered by President Trump last month. Accompanied by several other Syrian women, Erhaim was set to tour the United States, screening the second part of her documentary “Syria’s
At least 74 journalists have lost their lives in connection with their work in 2016, nearly three quarters of whom were likely deliberately targeted. That’s according to the latest report from Reporters Sans Frontières (Reporters Without Borders), an international organization and advocacy group dedicated to
The following article contains graphic images. “Tonight we have no house, it’s bombed & I got in rubble. I saw deaths and I almost died” – @AlabedBana. Bana Alabed tweets. She’s a seven-year-old girl living in Aleppo, Syria. Her Twitter account is managed by her