Editor Mike Robbins introduces MHQ's new Classic Dispatches department
A new production on Broadway, The Columnist, which ran April through June 2012, examines the life of famed Cold War–era journalist Joseph Alsop (1910-89), whose op-ed column “Matter of Fact”...
Esper doggedly covered the war from 1965 to its end, as North Vietnamese soldiers shuttered his Saigon AP bureau
Print newsmen were the chroniclers of the the Old West, but now newspapers, too, are fading into history.
Roger D. Carstens, one of the investigators featured on The Wanted, a program from NBC News about tracking down terrorists, talks about the show, what he hopes it will accomplish, and how it helped him to personally find some closure.
Alex Kershaw’s latest book, Escape from the Deep, tells the suspense-driven story of the USS Tang, the high-killing navy submarine sunk by its own torpedo during a late 1944 “unrestricted warfare” run near Formosa.
Coverage of the horrendous 1937 Ohio Valley floods by Louisville radio station WHAS was a seminal event in broadcasting history and established the modern tradition for reporting disasters.
New York Tribune reporter George Smalley scooped the world with his vivid account of the Battle of Antietam.
A winter in the Yukon seasoned Jack London for the hardships and rigors of reporting the Russo-Japanese War.
Allied journalists fought to cover the great moment in World War II and get the news back home.
An American reporter witnessed the attack on the U.S. Embassy in Saigon during the Tet Offensive -- and experienced firsthand the strain between the press and the military.