Alex Reyes de Anda with his partner, Fernanda, after giving birth to his daughter, Victoria

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Auschwitz stories told by those who lived them

February 24, 2023

The director of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum in Poland has collected hundreds of survivor testimonials, told with a rawness that no outsider could

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How a documentary filmmaker captures “lived experience”

January 20, 2023

Omar Mullick, who made "Flight/Risk" about the Boeing 737 MAX crashes, discusses pros and cons of print vs film story work

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The mastery of Supreme Court reporting, Part IV: Pre-reporting possibilities

December 2, 2022

Mark Sherman of the Associated Press anticipates the impact of even the most unlikely Court ruling, then pre-reports and pre-writes multiple ledes

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The mastery of Supreme Court reporting, Part III: Analysis and meaning over scoops

December 1, 2022

Ian Millhiser of Vox views the Court through a political lens and draws on his law school degree to translate "demon" legal language

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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