The U.S. Supreme Court at dawn on October 30, 2022.

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The mastery of Supreme Court reporting, Part II: The intersection of law and politics

November 30, 2022

Pulitzer winner Lawrence Hurley recently moved from Reuters to NBC where he focuses on the "practical impact" of Court rulings

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The mastery of Supreme Court reporting, Part I: authoritative, clear and fast

November 29, 2022

Robert Barnes of the Washington Post strives to make his coverage accessible without losing complexity or context; legal experts help

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Peeling back bureaucracy one document, source and interview at a time

November 15, 2022

Immigration policy reporter Caitlin Dickerson of The Atlantic tore back the curtain on the U.S. family-separation policy

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How curiosity about cats inspired practical science stories

November 9, 2022

Atlantic science reporter Katherine J. Wu has made a mini-beat out of wondering about the unanswered questions to everyday life

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Print beat reporting vs documentary film drama: Pros and cons

October 27, 2022

The Pulitzer-winning aerospace reporter for the Seattle Times became both source and star of a doc film about the Boeing 737 MAX

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How do you make the bear facts interesting?

October 7, 2022

A member of the social media team at the National Park Service uses humor to engage an audience and keep park-goers safe

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So you want to write book? A long journey from newspaper reporter to book author

September 6, 2022

In "The Diary of a Misfit," Casey Parks' had to let go of some journalistic boundaries to write about being queer in the religious, rural South

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Combing through clips, records and emotions for lessons from the past

September 1, 2022

A Los Angeles Times reporter revisited a little-known U.S. Supreme Court abortion rights case that helped pave the way for Roe v. Wade

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Four years of reporting follows new threads in a previously reported crime story

August 17, 2022

Katia Savchuk spent a year pre-reporting before she pitched The Atavist on a nuanced story of crime and mental illness

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A meteorologist attracts an audience with casual writing and controversial views

July 8, 2022

'Celebrity" weather scientist Cliff Mass of the University of Washington has drawn fans and detractors with his blog, book and podcast

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A science writer with comedic timing profiles an alligator with star power

June 21, 2022

A newcomer to the Los Angeles Times pings off an obscure anniversary to retell the story of an unlikely celebrity

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Writing about the unthinkable pain of child suicides

May 6, 2022

Author, essayist and lecturer Andrew Solomon weaves statistics and personal pain to explores the toll that depression takes on young children