As the 70th anniversary of D-Day approaches, commemorate the historic event by attending a National Press Club Book Rap on the battle of Omaha Beach.
Some 30 members of the National Press Club's Books & Brunch group and guests turned out April 19 to brunch with author Russell Shorto, to ask questions and discuss at length his highly-enlightening light bulb-popping book "Amsterdam: the Most
The images on Renée Comet's website will make your mouth water.
The day that the Pulitzer Prizes are announced each year is very special for our profession, because they demonstrate the very best that journalism produces.
I always tell my students at The George Washington University to read all the winning entries, because together they have a wealth of exemplary writing and reporting that demonstrate better than any textbook how to achieve excellence.
This year’s Pulitzers maintain that tradition and should make us all proud --- even if we did not win our own Pulitzer – why we chose to pursue that profession.