U.S. newspaper coverage of international events is declining faster than any other subject, with reporting on international news down to 10.7% of the newshole so far this year A Project for Excellence in Journalism study finds that fully 64% of participating newspaper editors report their papers are giving less space to non-U.S. news, and 46% say they are devoting fewer reporting and editing resources to the subject. Yet some foreign events still make headlines. Read More

Russell Heimlich  is a former web developer at Pew Research Center.