Apr 2, 2014 — NPR's Michele Norris asked people to share thoughts about race and identity in six words. Her series of reports on Morning Edition offered insights on "pride, prejudice and identity," judges say.
Nov 8, 2013 — A man 60 Minutes said had been on the scene of the September 2012 attack in Benghazi, Libya, gave different accounts to his employer and to the FBI. He told them he had not been a witness to the attack. Now, the news show says it was wrong to put him on the air.
Sep 30, 2013 — The first African-American woman to cover the White House for a major news network, Thornton was also the first black host of NPR's All Things Considered. She died last week at the age of 71.
Aug 27, 2013 — As developers "follow the money," they've got their eye on the location in Arlington, Va. It will be several years before all the approvals come in, but it's expected that the garage will soon be just a part of history, not something to see.
Aug 6, 2013 — The purchase of The Washington Post by Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos has renewed speculation that the Times might also soon go on the auction block. Could New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg be a potential buyer?
Jul 25, 2013 — The Bay Area's KTVU-TV broadcast obviously made-up and offensive names of what it said were the pilots on board Asiana Flight 214, which crashed on July 6. Now it has reportedly taken action against some of the staffers who were at the station that day.
Jul 18, 2013 — Prosecutors want New York Times reporter James Risen to testify about whether he got information from a CIA agent. The Justice Department recently tightened its policy on when it will try to compel journalists to divulge such information. Risen's lawyer says that policy should apply to his client.
May 15, 2013 — The White House releases all the emails related to the so-called talking points produced in the aftermath of the attack on the U.S. diplomatic post in Benghazi.
Sep 26, 2012 — The Pew Research Center and its partners studied the way Americans get their news and found some differences depending on where they live.
Sep 21, 2012 — Sixty percent of the adults surveyed have little or no faith in the media, the polling firm says. The gap between positive and negative views — 20 percentage points — is the widest yet recorded.