Investigative Journalism News
‘We should judge systems like the police in how they respond to people with the least, not the most’: Sonia Faleiro
The culmination of four years of exhaustive research on the Budaun teenagers’ deaths, Faleiro's new book, The Good Girls, paints a distressing picture of gendered inequalities in modern India.
Reuters journalists jailed in Myanmar win Pulitzer; Wa Lone, Kyaw Soe Oo awarded for report on Rohingyas that landed them in prison
Reuters won a Pulitzer prize for an investigative report that revealed the massacre of 10 Muslim Rohingya men by Buddhist villagers and Myanmar security forces, done by two young Reuters reporters, Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo who are currently in jail.
According to ProPublica they also intend to develop the data set via experiences of people who have been victims of hateful crimes
Michael Rezendes, who was part of the Boston Globe Spotlight team's investigation into a sexual abuse cover-up scandal involving the Catholic Church (also the subject of the Oscar-winning film Spotlight, in which he was played by Mark Ruffalo), spoke to Firstpost about investigative journalism, Donald Trump and reporting in a 'post-truth' world
That the Vyapam scam took some 40 deaths for the story to really gather steam is a slap on the face of investigative media in this country.
Bradlee was a true friend and genius leader in journalism. He forever altered our business, said Woodward and Bernstein.
Bradlee died at his home of natural causes, the Post reported.