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Covering Mass Killings

Psychiatrist Frank Ochberg, M.D. and Bruce Shapiro, executive director of the Dart Center, share insights on the characteristics of mass killers and the ethical responsibilities of news organizations as they help the public make sense of the shooting rampage in Arizona that left six dead and a U.S. Congresswoman grievously injured.

Arizona Tragedy: Resources for Journalists

As local and national journalists scramble to make sense of a mass shooting that leaves a U.S. Congresswoman grievously wounded and six dead – including a federal judge – resources from the Dart Center's archive offer guidance to reporters in the field and managers in the newsroom. 

Soldiers Return: The Untold Story

As soldiers come home from Iraq and Afghanistan, communities are coming to grips with their issues and needs. Here's a list of stories that need telling.

Haiti's Misery

In the wake of a devastating earthquake in Haiti, tools for in-country reporters and local journalists to cover the story.

Tips for Managers and Editors

Coverage of trauma and extreme human distress is a core part of journalism. These tips are for managers and editors to help them prepare and support the reporters who do this difficult and important work.

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