Killing Khashoggi: How a Brutal Saud Hit Job Unfolded

There were 15 of them. Most arrived in the dead of night, laid their trap and waited for their target to arrive. The target was Jamal Khashoggi, a prominent Saudi critic of his country’s government and its young crown prince.…

2,300 Miles to Work

By Tim Brown As our world grows increasingly fast-paced, it can be hard to find the time to stop, observe and record the changes happening around us. Trying to do just that, I teamed up to make this documentary film…

‘EYES ON MISSISSIPPI’: How One Journalist Fought White Supremacy in Mississippi

By Gregory Crofton I interviewed a reporter named Bill Minor in 1999 as part of earning my master’s degree in journalism from the University of Mississippi. Minor suffered a stroke and had been slowed down, but he still made time…

How Media Columnist David Carr Began His Career

Mr. Carr, a media columnist for The New York Times, died last week after collapsing in newsroom. An autopsy reported that lung cancer, along with heart disease, caused his death on the night of Feb. 12. Carr had just completed…

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