November 17, 2022
Activist Deray McKesson Sets Sight On The Future
Activist and co-founder of Campaign Zero, an organization devoted to fostering understanding of public safety beyond policing, Deray McKesson first entered […]
November 15, 2022
Opinion: Jim West’s Story — How Anonymity Poisoned Everything
Undercover work and anonymous sourcing are invaluable when it comes to journalism. The public has the right to know a lot. Additionally, the safety of a city, especially when it comes to potentially predatory public officials, is paramount. Even so, stories need to be sourced smartly. This one was not.
November 11, 2022
The Perils of Anonymous Sourcing: Boris Johnson’s Attempted Comeback
(LOS ANGELES) — Anonymous sourcing can be an invaluable asset in a journalist’s arsenal when seeking to uncover the truth […]
November 4, 2022
Former Aide Sues Andrew Cuomo for Sexual Harassment
Charlotte Bennett, a former executive assistant and senior briefer to Andrew Cuomo, is suing the former governor for sexual harassment, discrimination, and retaliation sustained while employed.
October 16, 2022
Alicia Keys Takes Atlanta, with a Little Help from Brandi Carlile and Stacey Abrams
The artist Alicia Keys used her Atlanta concert to entertain and also to inform concert goers on important issues such as voting and financial literacy.