Uncovering Bradley Manning

In 2010, the biggest American security leak stunned the world when WikiLeaks published more than 250,000 diplomatic cables containing state secrets,...

The price of truth

The stabbing of a Kazakh reporter forces an American journalist to ponder the state of American media.  The disturbing news about my friend...

Exposing exploitation

A director goes undercover to document child sexual exploitation. Guy Jacobson was backpacking in Cambodia, when a group of very young girls...

Inspiring change

With a Nikon D60, a Flip Video camera and a Marantz in hand, Emily Coppel moved to a slum in South Africa in 2010. Coppel, a recent graduate of the...

Speaking out

“First of all, you have to believe in what you do.” — Jineth Bedoya Jineth Bedoya is a petite and courageous investigative journalist in...

Global hopes for a free press

Journalists around the world tell us what changes in press freedom they would like to see in their countries. In light of World Press Freedom Day...

Seeds of change

Press freedom is dynamic. Every year marks achievements and setbacks, new promises and new threats to the open practice of journalism around the...

Changing tides

Democracy is sprouting in Burma this spring, but is this change permanent? From changing labor laws to the release of political prisoners,...

Tug-of-War

http://www.youtube.com/embed/p9YU5M6sVgI Point of contact: Where Ecuador's government and press clashed January 15, 2007 — Rafael Correa took...

No refuge

Placement and displacement. These two geographic forces drive tensions between Sudan and South Sudan as conflicts in the border region escalate into...