Exploring the Connection Between Productivity and Automation
An economist who studies the labor market sees that technology will have a significant impact on the workforce – but not a cataclysmic one.
A Computer Can Write News Stories – At Least Very Simple Ones
An expert from The Washington Post details how artificial intelligence can do the work of journalists. Can AI replace human reporting?
After 2020 Census, Congressional Borders Will be Redrawn
When does acceptable redistricting cross over into unacceptable gerrymandering? An elections expert explains.
“Advice and Consent” – And What It Means for the High Court
The country occasionally is roiled by fights over putting justices on the nation’s highest court for life. Is it getting more intense?
The Stories Are Often Old – and the Sources Leery. Tips to Cover Sexual Harassment.
The investigative reporters who broke two of the nation’s biggest sexual harassment stories share their tips and strategies.
The Agreement Is About More Than Free Trade
As renegotiations of the North American Free Trade Agreement heat up, where should journalists look for stories?
The Case for Public Health by the Numbers
A public health dean lays out some of the most important trends in public health.
“Policy Surveillance” Can Help Show Which Government Policies Actually Work
A public health official describes how government policies can actually be successful in boosting public health.
How Public and Private Organizations Can Help Make a Community Healthy
A former big city public health commissioner who now works for a private health system talks about how to boost the wellness of a community.
How Social Media is Helping the Medical Community Spot Health Problems
A tech-based public health organization uses Twitter to do what the public health professionals have long done.
Exploring How Lack of Suitable Housing Affects Individuals and Public Health
Not having a home is more than an issue of shelter – it also has a profound impact on whether people get essential health services.
Knowing what your competitors and sources are tweeting and posting can help you stay on top of a beat.
Journalists today need to be all things to all platforms. So how can journalists trained on the writing side handle their own graphics and photos?
Journalists need to prepare for time on TV. It’s not just a simple, friendly conversation.
C-SPAN has been recording politicians at work for nearly four decades – and journalists can access those clips for use in their own stories.
The Software Platform Dataminr is Useful to Find ‘Signals’ That Point to News
Using Software Platform Tableau to Build and Launch Online Visualizations