Stories We’re Following 03/01/2019

Stories We’re Following 03/01/2019

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Newsrooms in Southern California work together. Covering up crimes ended when journalists worked together. Click here to read more.   Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro confiscated the Univision’s team interview and equipment and deported...

Stories We’re Following 10/12/18

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.  — A female journalist speaks out about the sexual harassment she encountered over the years. She never spoke up and wants to help others not make the same mistake. Click here to read why you should speak up. Google wants to help out journalists. A...

Stories We’re Following 6/25/2018

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. —   When a journalist has a secret relationship with the Senate Intelligence Committee security director — who’s married — it raises questions if classified information was revealed by the director to the journalist....

Stories We’re Following 9/18

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — The Center for Ethics in Journalism visiting distinguished professor Alicia “Lisa” Shepard weighed in on former first lady Hillary Clinton criticizing the media. Shepard wrote an opinion piece for USA Today that was published...

Stories We’re Following 6/24

A Wall Street Journal foreign affairs correspondent was fired for his business involvement with a source, Poynter reported. Educators are teaching students how to detect false news using an online platform called Checkology, according to an article published by Wired....