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KATRINA by Gary Rivlin

Ten years ago today, the National Weather Service announced that “Tropical Depression 12” had become “Hurricane Katrina.” From that point on, day after day, the news became more and more grim. 201 more words

Nonfiction

Top tips from The Guardian's investigative journalism masterclass

Guardian reporters Felicity Lawrence, David Leigh and Robert Booth shared their investigative journalism tips and insights at The Guardian‘s investigative journalism masterclass last month. 716 more words

Journalism

It is time for procurement to come of age by Jon Hansen

“When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things…

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Commentary

How Investigative Journalism Encourages Debate - the Case of Apple and Bloomberg

There’s no limit to the respect I have for good journalists. These people can toil away for weeks and months on a story, digging for a piece of information or a lead that will result in the next big story. 258 more words

United Arab Emirates

PowerReport2014: What strategies did the WJP team utilize to investigate police-community relations in Sophiatown?

On November 5, 2014, the WJP team held a presentation on strategies they employed to carry out a 6-month-investigation of Sophiatown. The presentation was part of the tenth installation of the annual  380 more words