When Edward Snowden initially reached out to journalist Glenn Greenwald about secret information on NSA surveillance programs, Greenwald ignored Snowden's emails. So Snowden reached out to filmmaker Laura Poitras.
A journalist, who is an expert on al-Qaeda, has been released from prison in Yemen despite concern and disappointment from Washington over his alleged involvement with the terrorist group in the Arabian Peninsula.
The Guardian's former Russian Correspondent Miriam Elder has left Russia for a new job in the US as Foreign Editor at BuzzFeed. Anchor Carol Hills speaks with Elder about her experiences reporting in Russia.
We hear the tales of three Moscow-based journalists who spent days a the Sheremetyevo Airport in Moscow a few weeks ago with the hopes of tracking down NSA leaker Edward Snowden. The piece comes to us courtesy of the Canadian Broadcasting Company.
Reuters correspondent Samia Nakhoul recently returned to Baghdad after a decade away. She was in Iraq in April of 2003 reporting from the Palestine Hotel in Baghdad when she was hit by a tank shell as US troops advanced into the city.
A death threat from one of Mexico's most powerful drug lords wasn't enough to make Dallas Morning News Correspondent Alfredo Corchado back down on his efforts to expose the dealings of the narco-trafficantes.
When Turkey's mainstream news networks failed to broadcast the protests and police crackdown that swept the nation, demonstrators and viewers were outraged. A few of them took matters into their own hands and created their own alternative media outlets.
Reid Davenport planned to spend a semester abroad in Italy. He was talked out of it because he uses a wheelchair. He decided to go Europe to make a documentary for people with physical disabilities there. Brigid McCarthy has the story.
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