Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer sits down with professor and media expert Mary Murphy to discuss the #MeToo movement and her thoughts on the future of journalism.
Sixteen years ago, I had a professional encounter with “The Pick-up Artist” director that gives me reason to believe the women now accusing him.
When it comes to overseas reporting, “fixers”—those resourceful, wired-in locals who know all the right people—often make stories possible.
Palast received the Eleanor Roosevelt Award from the Southern California branch of Americans for Democratic Action.
Lewis Wallace had a successful career on American Public Media’s “Marketplace” until he blogged about the meaning of journalistic neutrality.
Now in its 14th year, the publication just expanded into digital platforms in the hope of increasing readership and inspiring other young women.
The "Last Week Tonight" host talks about how political corruption thrives in an environment in which journalists are being fired or forced to focus on social media and click-bait rather than on reporting. He also admits that shows like his wouldn't exist without newspapers.
Through accountability stories and other in-depth reports, we took a look back at the career of the Virginia senator whom Hillary Clinton has picked as her running mate.
A recent article on the situation in Baltimore went 11 paragraphs before quoting anyone other than a police officer or government official.
The integrity of journalism has suffered many blows in recent years, including corporate takeovers, advertorials and rank desperation. It is a small tragedy, then, to lose one of the profession's brightest and most unfaltering voices.