By Sig Christenson. The All-American Bowl is a recruiting event wrapped in a football game, but the one held here Saturday offered a subtle look at a new Army priority: diversifying the officer corps 64 years after the military was integrated. Today's crop...
Medill School of Journalism and the American Bar Association team up on new book EVANSTON, Ill. --- The world changed on Sept. 11, 2001, and with it, how American law and the First Amendment factor into the news coverage of...
Though this event has taken place, you can see the archive video and follow up here. Federal officials have acknowledged the U.S. is not prepared for cyber warfare and that the government and private industry are also dangerously vulnerable to...
Amid the trivia of American politics, voters can forget that they are entrusting the winning candidate for President with the nuclear codes, the power to annihilate all life on the planet, a reality that reporter Don North witnessed up...
10Th Annual Conference of Military Reporters and Editors Association, Oct. 18-19, 2012, Washington, D.C. Twitter Hashtag #MRE2012 Thursday, Oct.18, 2012, Northwestern University’s Medill News Service, 1325 G St. N.W. 2:00-5:30: Professional Development Seminar: Defense Budget 101 Pat Towell, defense budget specialist, Congressional Research...
The war in Iraq is officially over, but the winners of this year’s Military Reporters & Editors contest didn’t let up in their diligent reporting as the conflict drew to a close. They shifted attention to the surge of...
WASHINGTON – Military Reporters & Editors, the professional association of military journalists, is pleased to announce it will host some of the nation’s top military leaders and policymakers at its annual conference on Oct. 18-19, 2012. Attendees will meet with...
An inside look at the hows and whys of "No Easy Day" written by co-author Kevin Maurer, an MRE member. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/kevin-maurer/no-easy-day-seal-raid-osama-bin-laden_b_1847528.html
The Air Force said Saturday that two more San Antonio-based basic training instructors are suspected of having illicit relationships with trainees. In all, 17 basic training instructors at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland have been or are being investigated. The Air...
By MRE board member Sig Christenson San Antonio Express News For a decade before a sex scandal engulfed Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Air Force officials knew about persistent problems with basic training instructors seeking sexual relationships with trainees. .Between September 2002 and...

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