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The Poynter Institute today announced the creation of a monthly newsletter dedicated to the future of local news and the reporters who produce it.
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The press office of the Archdiocese of Vienna is walking back Christoph Cardinal Schönborn's "premature" claim that ISIS had crucified an abducted Indian priest on Good Friday.
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The Media Project's 2016 year in review continues with our 10 most read stories from the past year.
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As long as there is a United States, its foreign policy will always be inherently theological, according to the President of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
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Good religion stories find their way out into the open every year, but these reports are rarely the final word. There is always more to be said about the big religion stories of the day.
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Alfredo Corchado was his paper's only available reporter in Mexico just as the cartels were surging in power and notoriety. But Corchado wanted nothing to do with that story.
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Three key dysfunctions of Trump-era politics are typical sources of failure in young or weak democracies. They present an important test of the health of US democracy.
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TIME magazine's former chief foreign correspondent and friend of The Media Project, Dr. David Aikman, is offering a remarkable grant to help advance the careers of young writers.
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The Committee to Protect Journalists has just launched a secure system for journalists anywhere in the world to report abuse or threats.
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As drug-related violence has plunged Juarez into crisis, dis-integration has hobbled the city’s second-largest religious community at a time when the city can least afford it.
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