August 17, 2022
Journalist’s Arrest and Trial Raises Questions Over Reporters’ Access During Police Actions
A trial next month, City of Medford v. Fonseca, will pit law enforcement against the free press in a case that’s garnered global attention.
August 3, 2022
Opinion: Exposing Corruption in Ghanaian Soccer Proves a Deadly Game
When lucrative deals for the Ghana Football Association did not result in better facilities or team development, Ghana's top investigative journalist went undercover to find out why — with dire consequences.
July 31, 2022
More Than 60 Years Later, John Howard Griffin’s Exploratory “Black Like Me” Still Cuts Skin Deep
In 1959, a white man posed as a Black man in the Jim Crow South to experience racism firsthand. His story still resonates today.
June 22, 2022
Opinion: Pitching Between the Gray Lines
(SOUTH BRUNSWICK, N.J.) — What does the gray area in journalism look like? The Click spoke to Charis Smith, a […]
March 15, 2022
Durkin v. Marlan: How a Journalist’s Article Landed Her in a Legal Battle
When covering the case of a local lawsuit, a Capital Daily journalist found herself in a suit for defamation and privacy tort.