The conflict between Iran and the U.S. is likely to continue for some time.
The use of data was crucial in the reporting of our project series.
Instead of grabbing the story and rushing away to publish, the Conservation Capture multimedia collaboration helped remote rural community members participate in the project.
To cure leprosy, the Brazilian government forced patients to relocate to colonies. When this was criminalized, these communities were left isolated—allowing leprosy decades to spread and develop.
Leprosy experts from across northern Brazil participated in the first brainstorming session, hosted by The Laboratory of Dermatology Immunology, to find new solutions to the infectious disease.
Carolyn Thompson and team used satellite imagery research in refugee camps to confirm accusations of attacks and property destruction.
How do you report on a place you can’t visit? Our team of journalists used a mobile phone survey to get information from people we couldn’t go meet in person.
Getting the right voices and the necessary data to fully understand the Trans Mountain dispute proved to be a daunting task.
Grantee Jacob Ryan explains the crucial role of data in the civil asset forfeiture project at the Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting as part of the Pulitzer Center's Taken: Policing for Profit reporting initiative.
Tbilisi is home to one of only three Yezidi temples in the world. In June, Yezidis gathered at the temple to celebrate the festival Tawafa Ezid.
Tokyoites and foreigners marched through busy Tokyo streets on September 20, 2019, as part of the Global Climate Strike.
The Republic of Georgia is famous for its hospitality. This famed hospitality was evident during a day of interviews in the mountainous Guria region.
Our student fellows and professional journalists reflect on the importance of being flexible, remaining open to where stories lead, and listening to the people whose stories we tell.