Despite proposed budget cuts and rising seas, the Corp’s beach-building efforts on the Shore are stronger than ever.
Testimony at Guantánamo Bay shows that C.I.A. black sites, where some detainees were tortured, amounted to test labs for unproven techniques, with shifting rules shaping operations.
The defendant was first charged in 2011 in a case that has been plagued by years of delays.
Healthcare providers and activists across the United States are developing new ways to identify and respond to cases of sex trafficking among their patients.
Amid growing scrutiny of Kentucky law enforcement’s use of asset forfeiture, more than twice as many agencies disclosed last year how much cash and property they seized than they did two years prior.
A former police dispatcher in a small Alaska town filed a lawsuit alleging her colleagues didn’t investigate after she filed a rape report.
The spike in violence in Iraq proves disheartening for Wisconsin veterans who served in the Iraq war.
The country's parliamentary elections are a measure of popular support for confrontation with the U.S.
More than 30 million Americans lived in areas where water systems violated safety rules at the beginning of last year, according to data from the Environmental Protection Agency.
The court will allow the lawyer to withdraw gradually from the case for health reasons while the Pentagon finds another death penalty expert.
Thousands of victims filter through the U.S. health care system each year.
The law known as “enabling child abuse” has been criticized for its unfair sentencing, particularly regarding women. Advocates for criminal justice reform say men walk away with lesser sentences.
The Pulitzer Center has posted its annual report for 2010. The PDF of the report is available on the Pulitzer Center website.
The Pulitzer Center has posted its annual report for 2010. The PDF of the report is available on the Pulitzer Center website. What follows is the report's introductory overview by Pulitzer Center Board President Emily Rauh Pulitzer and Founding Director Jon Sawyer:
Last Friday Egyptian Americans and supporters of the Egyptian cause met in front of the White House to unify for the "Egyptian Solidarity March."
As the government of Egypt remains at a critical point, and protests have only increased in size and intensity, Egyptians abroad are expressing their unity.
As protests swarm Egypt, Egyptians abroad are proclaiming solidarity with the anti-government sentiment. Today in Washington, protesters called upon President Barack Obama to support the Egyptians.
Jennifer Redfearn and Tim Metzger's documentary on how rising sea levels are threatening Carteret Islanders, "Sun Come Up," has been nominated for an Oscar.
The nomination was for documentary (short subject). The winners of the 83rd Academy Awards will be announced February 27.
See all the nominees for this year's Oscars.
In fall 2010, the Pulitzer Center partnered with Baruch College’s High School News Literacy Summit, which brought together schools and organizations with an interest in news literacy to share best practices and engage directly with students from ten New York City public high schools
On November 8, Pulitzer Center grantee Steve Sapienza and Special Projects Coordinator Peter Sawyer spoke at Kent State University about Pulitzer Center reporting on the global water crisis.
Jon Sawyer is featured in Inc, a publication of Ohio University's Society of Professional Journalists.
The Pulitzer Center's evolving model of non-profit international journalism in the digital media age, and tips for navigating a media landscape where international news often goes undercovered.
Pulitzer Center and Internews honor Persephone Miel and announce the launch of the Persephone Miel Fellowship to help journalists outside the United States report on their home countries.
Jennifer Redfearn's "Sun Come Up" is listed on The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' shortlist for Documentary Short Subjects.
On Wednesday October 6, experts and advocates discussed methods to improve water, sanitation and hygiene facilities and instruction for school children in the developing world.