Associated Press

The Associated Press is a global news agency that began 172 years ago as a cooperative of five New York City newspapers. With 263 locations in more than 100 countries, AP provides journalism to roughly 15,000 media outlets around the world. AP sets standards for ethics and excellence, and has won 52 Pulitzer Prizes, including

Mississippi Today

Mississippi Today is dedicated to providing Mississippians with reporting that inspires active interest in their state and equips them to engage in community life.

The Spokesman-Review

The Spokesman-Review is a family-owned, daily newspaper in Spokane, the second-largest city in Washington state and the largest northern city between Minneapolis and Seattle. For the past 135 years, the newspaper has served readers across eastern Washington, the northern Idaho Panhandle and north to the Canadian border. Its focus is local and regional stories, including

Maryland Matters

Non-profit and non-partisan, Maryland Matters is the premier site for news about politics and government in Maryland. With our original reporting and commentary, we aim to fill the gaping holes left when traditional media turned away from communities across our state and from far-reaching developments in our state capital. We provide comprehensive coverage of local

Maryland Matters

Non-profit and non-partisan, Maryland Matters is the premier site for news about politics and government in Maryland. With our original reporting and commentary, we aim to fill the gaping holes left when traditional media turned away from communities across our state and from far-reaching developments in our state capital. We provide comprehensive coverage of local

Lexington Herald-Leader

The Pulitzer Prize-winning Lexington Herald-Leader and its website Kentucky.com are committed to being Central and Eastern Kentucky’s primary source of news and commentary with the highest standards of journalism. Owned by McClatchy since 2006, the Herald-Leader endeavors to be a rewarding and caring employer and a force for positive change in the community. The newsroom’s

Lexington Herald-Leader

The Pulitzer Prize-winning Lexington Herald-Leader and its website Kentucky.com are committed to being Central and Eastern Kentucky’s primary source of news and commentary with the highest standards of journalism. Owned by McClatchy since 2006, the Herald-Leader endeavors to be a rewarding and caring employer and a force for positive change in the community. The newsroom’s

Daily Herald

The Daily Herald is a 148-year-old employee-owned news organization covering Chicago’s suburbs. These suburbs account for half the population of the Chicago metro area and have the vast majority of the region’s governmental entities, yet most of them rarely see a news reporter. We have about one-quarter of the news staff at our peak in

Pine Tree Watch

The Maine Center for Public Interest Reporting is an independent, nonprofit, nonpartisan news organization located in Augusta, Maine. It was founded in 2009 by veteran journalists John Christie and Naomi Schallit to help offset some of the deeper journalism that was quickly evaporating as Maine newspapers slashed staffs. The news organization produces investigative and enterprise

The Charleston Gazette-Mail

The Charleston Gazette-Mail, known in West Virginia as “The State Newspaper,” has a nationally recognized history of investigative reporting. Our statewide coverage tells important stories and holds powerful institutions accountable. In 2017, one of our reporters won a Pulitzer Prize for his investigation of drug companies that fueled the nation’s opioid crisis. In 2018, another one