The former top Obama political strategist talked about his journalism career and challenges facing the news business in recent meeting.
Read moreWASHINGTON –The Military Reporters & Editors association, the preeminent organization for U.S. media professionals specializing in national security, announced the winners of its competition for defense journalism produced in 2018.
Read moreCharles Summers, the acting assistant to the secretary of defense for public affairs, will meet with members of Military Reporters & Editors and other registered guests at an MRE Networking Series event on May 8.
Read moreOn April 2, the James W. Foley Legacy Foundation will host a distinguished panel uniquely qualified to explore that difficult
Read moreThe Military Reporters & Editors association announced Monday it is accepting work for its annual journalism awards competition that recognizes outstanding military reporting in several categories.
Read moreThe Military Reporters & Editors association expressed deep concern Thursday about President Donald Trump’s latest attacks on the press and about the blackballing of a White House reporter. Trump verbally abused Jim Acosta, a CNN reporter, at a Nov. 7 news conference at the White House as Acosta was trying to question the president. After the event, the president’s spokeswoman said Acosta’s press pass is being revoked.
Read moreThe deputy secretary of defense, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard are among the top brass who will address the annual conference of the Military Reporters & Editors association this fall.