Nobel laureate keeps his indie newspaper alive in Russia while reporting on Ukraine

Russian investigative newspaper Novaya Gazeta's editor-in-chief Dmitry Muratov, one of 2021 Nobel Peace Prize winners, speaks with journalists in Moscow, Russia October 8, 2021. Photo by REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov.

Novaya Gazeta is one of the last vestiges of independent journalism operating in Russia. “He's [editor Dmitry Muratov] found a way of really getting through what's happening in Ukraine,” says the Washington Post’s Paul Sonne.

More than 40 LA County sheriff’s deputies are members of gang-like cliques within the department, according to LA County Inspector General Max Huntsman. 

At the maximum security state prison Attica, more than 1,000 inmates overwhelmed guards and civilian prison workers, and took control of the facility in 1971. An Oscar-nominated film looks at what happened. 

“Common Ground” is a ceramics project involving raw material from all 50 states, plus D.C. and the five U.S. territories. It’s meant to explore how an intensely divided America can rediscover its commonalities.