Fall of 2006
Nov. 2006: An artful investigation
More than 60 years after Nazis looted millions of dollars worth of art from wealthy Austrian Jewish families, the work of one persistent journalist has led to the return of the art works to descendants of their rightful owners.
Oct. 2006: Debate: Russian journalistic freedom
A Russian student says her country's media is free, but a professional says that's just an illusion.
Oct. 2006: Fuel for the fire
The Zambian government is trying to influence the media with violence, but the latest episodes might only ignite the free press movement.
Oct. 2006: Remembering a fearless journalist
During the 2003 Liberian civil war, a chance encounter with Swedish journalist Martin Adler offered a young man the opportunity to do things he never thought he could. He recounts what that has meant to him.
Oct. 2006: Blame game
The Israeli media pointed fingers when their coverage of the conflict with Hezbollah came up short. But an examination of the reporting shows that they may have been their own worst enemy. An examination of the reporting shows that the Israeli press may h
Oct. 2006: Violent killings and a silent casualty
Drug cartelsí deadly intimidation of Mexican journalists has started to work. Does a new special prosecutorís office have the power to give back a voice to journalists and end the violence?