When Hurricane Katrina’s mammoth eye churned toward the Mississippi Gulf Coast, news directors and editors thrust into her path readied their buildings and employees for her aftermath. They braced for the roaring rain, whipping winds and fierce storm surge with contingency plans, generators and extra manpower in place.
February 3rd, 2005 • Quill Archives
Political integrity center of journalist’s passion
Charles Lewis’ critics would likely laugh at the fact he once thought of becoming a politician. His Washington, D.C.-based Center for Public Integrity has grown to become the world’s largest, nonprofit, nonpartisan investigative reporting organization, devoted to public service journalism, uncovering political and corporate scandals and preserving America’s freedom of information laws.