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Sometimes, the simple act of finding a person, whether a war criminal, a witness, a spy, an executive, or a hero, is the most important job of a journalist. The question is: How?

Sometimes, the simple act of finding a person, whether a war criminal, a witness, a spy, an executive, or a hero, is the most important job of a journalist. The question is: How?

With fake news and misinformation at an all-time high, here's how you can step up and hold our leaders accountable.

With fake news and misinformation at an all-time high, here's how you can step up and hold our leaders accountable.

Many a freelancer has condemned herself to an editor's to an editor's blacklist for not following established pitch protocols. They're not difficult to learn. But without them, your blockbuster piece may never find an audience.

Many a freelancer has condemned herself to an editor's to an editor's blacklist for not following established pitch protocols. They're not difficult to learn. But without them, your blockbuster piece may never find an audience.

There are many approaches to journalism, but if you can't convince strangers to reveal details, you won't succeed. It's the most basic, indispensable talent in the game.

There are many approaches to journalism, but if you can't convince strangers to reveal details, you won't succeed. It's the most basic, indispensable talent in the game.

Journalist Leonora LaPeter Anton talks about how she and her team reported their award-winning story, "Insane. Invisible. In Danger."

Journalist Leonora LaPeter Anton talks about how she and her team reported their award-winning story, "Insane. Invisible. In Danger."