Nation Topics - Journalists and Journalism
News and Features
Newsrooms' fears of misunderstanding the right leads to outsized coverage and attention.
The explosion of student sex columns, as captivating as they are controversial, represents a campus movement possessed of the same subversive potential that fueled 1960s student activism.
The case for public funding of journalism and news outlets.
A monthlong investigation finds plenty of fire to go with the smoke surrounding the university's incredibly vague conflict-of-interest policies.
It's time to do Robert Novak the honor of taking his life's work seriously.
He could be infuriating, crude and wrong. But the late journalist could also leap across ideological, partisan and personal boundaries.
Nation contributor Christian Parenti describes the relationship between a fixer and a Western reporter in a haunting documentary about the kidnapping of his fixer in Afghanistan.
Three Americans, including Shane Bauer, a contributor to The Nation, went missing while on a hiking trip in Iraqi Kurdistan and are presumed to be detained by Iranian authorities. A fourth member of their party provides insight into their trip here.
Intelligent science reporting has been gutted--just when we need it most.
A haunting documentary shines a light on the foreign "fixers" who work behind the scenes with reporters to determine how the story of war gets told.