The winners of the Project:Report contest received travel grants to report on an under-reported international story. Their reporting is now underway.
A slideshow presentation of National Geographic reporter Brent Stirton's reporting trip to Timbuktu. Based on an article in the January 2011 issue of National Geographic Magazine.
Jodi Enda and Kerry Davis of the American Journalism Review interview Pulitzer Center Executive Director Jon Sawyer for "Retreating from the World."
The pressure is on to meet the 2015 deadline for the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), adopted to encourage social and economic development in the world's poorest countries.
The Pulitzer Center's evolving model of non-profit international journalism in the digital media age, and some lessons learned along the way.
Feminist radio show The Majority United speaks with Scott Carney to understand the impact of black market adoption deals and genetic and body part trading on women.
A former frequent flier sacrifices world travel in favor of helping the environment and finds personal grounding in her simplified lifestyle.
Student Fellow departs for the Yukon to report on the Gwich'in tribal gathering, the Porcupine River caribou herd and the decline of salmon stock in the Yukon River Chinook.
This morning I opened up a copy of The Commercial Appeal and read the story of how gunmen had slaughtered the entire family of Melquisedet Angulo.
This is the story of Craig Petties, who authorities say lived in Mexico for years and played a crucial role as wholesaler for the Beltran Leyva cartel, shipping tons of cocaine and marijuana to Tennessee and other states.
When the little girl saw the children move into the house nearby, she was excited.
Craig Petties' January 2008 arrest in central Mexico was one of a series of setbacks for the Beltran Leyva cartel, the Mexican criminal organization he's accused of working with.