Carolyn Carlson


The U.S. didn’t make the cut for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, but Americans will still be represented when competition kicks off today in Russia — by a group of student journalists from Kennesaw State University. They’re in Moscow to report, podcast and live tweet the global spectacle, and yes, this plum assignment actually counts for college credit.





Pete Souza / White House

It's fair to say that we haven't ever seen a presidential race quite like this one. While Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are under plenty of scrutiny, so is the media. A question that's come up in coverage of the Trump-Clinton face-off is whether traditional standards of journalism apply.  Are reporters expected to show objectivity?