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In Syria, freelancers like James Foley cover a dangerous war zone with no front lines

"Conflict zones can be covered safely," James Foley told students at Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism in 2011. "This can be done. But you have to be very careful."

Remembering pal and roommate James Foley

James Foley knew the risks of living dangerously and couldn't get enough of them. I know because Jim was a friend of mine.

Costa Rican investigative reporter, data journalism pioneer Giannina Segnini wins prestigious Maria Moors Cabot Prize

The Cabot Prize lauded Segnini as a fearless reporter and an innovator whose "courageous investigative stories unveiling corruption and bribery scandals led to the arrest of two former Costa Rican presidents.”

Under Spain’s ‘Google Fee’ law, news aggregators must pay publishers

Last week, Spain passed a law requiring news aggregators such as Google News to pay publishers a fee if they link to their content. Supporters of the law, nicknamed the "Google Fee," say it will prevent copyright infringements. But opponents argue that it limits freedom of expression.

Another Honduran journalist murdered, bringing total since 2003 to 45

Herlyn Espinal, 33, who worked as a correspondent for the daily television program "Hoy Mismo" was found dead in his car in Santa Rita near the northwestern city of San Pedro Sula, authorities said.

A new era begins

After months of research, design, redesigns, tweaking and developing, we bring you a modern site that works across every platform (the site looks beautiful on a smartphone, by the way). We’re not done yet, either: Expect more changes in coming weeks and months. This is only the beginning, but we feel it’s a rather attractive one.

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