A lesson learned from the January Supreme Court ruling in favor of whistleblower Robert MacLean is that federal agencies can’t pass regulations that make them immune to having their secrets shared with news agencies.
The Federal Communications Commission’s recent vote may have satisfied a years-long desire by public-interest advocates, Democrats and others to strengthen government oversight of the Internet, but some say the fight is far from over.
Maynard, president of the Robert C. Maynard Institute for Journalism Education, which advocates for more diversity in newsrooms and media coverage, died of lung cancer Tuesday at her West Oakland, Calif., home.
Inner-city analysts say that trends like gentrification played a role in why the leaders of the Jackie Robinson West Little League Team looked beyond its geographical boundaries when looking for children to play.
A South Carolina mayor and others say they’re relics from the country’s racist past and should be changed to reflect our contemporary values. Others say they’re historically accurate, and changing them doesn’t change the past—and may even obscure it.