NPR's Scott Simon reflects on the life and work of famed reporter Neil Sheehan who obtained the Pentagon Papers. Sheehan died this week at the age of 84.
Prosecutors accuse Cpl. Daniel Debono of firing the nonlethal rounds at the three photographers, all of whom were covering anti-racism protests. Debono faces three counts of felonious assault.
Scores of counties across the U.S. have no local newspaper, and some that do say they're not being well-served by them. Longmont, Colo., is considering one possible solution: newsrooms in libraries.
Amid violent crime and impunity, press advocates say the president's harsh approach toward reporters is not helping the situation.
NPR's Frank Langfitt reflects on a decade as a journalist in China and how he bypassed reporting restrictions by offering people free rides. It's the subject of his new memoir, The Shanghai Free Taxi.
NPR's Deborah Amos arrived in Beijing days after authorities cracked down on Tiananmen protesters. She stayed for six weeks and shares her memories of covering a critical time in China's history.
"Never before have US journalists been subjected to so many death threats," Reporters Without Borders said in its annual World Press Freedom Index, adding that President Trump "exacerbates" problem.
Prize Administrator Dana Canedy is stepping behind the lectern Monday to deliver good news to distinguished journalists, authors, musicians, scholars and others ranging across 21 categories.