Using digital tools and data journalism, journalists in Nigeria produced a multimedia project investigating sand minding and dredging that would become the most-clicked special feature to date.
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Even small publishers have a large effect on the national discourse, according to a new paper published in Science on the effects of news.
A Hacks/Hackers event in Washington highlighted different tools and strategies people can use to debunk fake news and misinformation.
For The Paradise Papers, 383 reporters from 67 countries collaborated to produce investigative news coverage. Here are the tools and processes used to navigate this massive leak.
By creating a Reddit profile, The Washington Post is using a new strategy to engage with consumers, with somewhat surprising success.
Using cross-border collaborative journalism, reporters in Central and Eastern Europe are amplifying their news against populist and propagandized media.
A team of fact-checkers worked to make sense of the conversations during and immediately after election day in Kenya.
A global study on the attitudes of news consumers finds print journalism is more trusted than online journalism. How does this effect companies trying to monetize new forms of media?
Photojournalist Karam al-Masri details his extraordinary journey from law school student to internationally-renown photographer.
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