Reuters Journalists Covering Rohingya Conflict in Myanmar Detained for ‘Illegally Acquiring Information’

Two Reuters journalists, Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo, are being accused of violating Myanmar’s Official Secrets Act for allegedly possessing military files about the Rohingya conflict. The two... Read more »

China’s news agency is reinventing itself with AI

“We saw lots of interest in AI in China, and the sector is moving so fast in the country…The U.S. still has the best AI talent, but there are... Read more »

How Does Journalism Work? Ask Us Questions. We Can Explain.

Last week, Louise Kiernan, our editor-in-chief, wrote about some of the work behind our journalism here at ProPublica Illinois. She detailed time-consuming fact-checking techniques, long reporting trips and what... Read more »

The Offshore Journalism Project would let newsrooms send a “distress signal”

“When digital news outlets disappear, the holes in coverage show, and they can be huge.” On March 23, 2006,, a local news site covering the Abruzzo region of Central... Read more »

In India, the BBC wants to partner with local companies to develop new ways to personalize content

In a country where the 10 most popular languages are all spoken by at least 25 million people, creating content that’s relevant to everyone is a tall order —... Read more »