Two perspectives on the Pulitzer Prizes: winner Nariman El-Mofty and administrator Dana Canedy
Brian Stelter goes inside the Pulitzer Prize process with award administrator Dana Canedy. Then he speaks with one of this year's winners, AP photojournalist Nariman El-Mofty, about her team's experience on the ground covering the war in Yemen. El-Mofty talks about the ethical choices she makes while photographing the victims of Yemen's famine.
The manufacturing of the Trump-Omar controversy; Peter Buttigieg's journey from small city mayor to magazine cover star; is the Assange case a threat to press freedom?; the scandal-plagued National Inquirer is up for sale; Fox's Lou Dobbs has the ear of P
April, 13, 2019: Waleed Shahid, Karen Finney, Matt Lewis, Olivia Nuzzi, Bradley Moss, Ryan Grim, Sarah Ellison, Sarah Ellison, Craig Forman
Erin Lee Carr talks about her new book, lessons from her father David Carr, and why she was 'lucky' he mentored her
Four years after acclaimed media columnist David Carr died, one of his daughters is out with a powerful memoir. In "All That You Leave Behind," Erin Lee Carr shares the ups and downs of their lives through emails, Gchats, photos and stories. She talks with Brian Stelter, who was mentored by Carr, about her own career trajectory and what she learned from her father.
Former Murdoch exec speaks out on why he quit; David Axelrod's prescription for 2020 coverage; are women candidates getting more negative coverage than men?; NYT says we're all living on Planet Fox; why the State Department stripped a reporter's award; ho
April 7, 2019: David Zurawik, Katie Glueck, Katie Rogers, Jim Rutenberg, Joseph Azam, Laura Bassett, David Axelrod, and Jessikka Aro join Brian Stelter.
Jessikka Aro's courageous reporting was going to be honored by the State Department. Then something went wrong.
Did the State Department really rescind a planned award for Finnish investigative journalist Jessikka Aro because she posted critical tweets about President Trump? She wants to find out. Aro speaks with Brian Stelter about the award controversy, the investigation and her ongoing reporting on the "Russian propaganda machine."