Do We Really Know What Transpired at Wounded Knee?

It’s true that the 71-day occupation of Wounded Knee—probably the longest civil disorder in U.S. history since the Civil War—brought national attention to the oppression of Indian people. But Wounded Knee 1973 did not end the oppression. A new film by Kevin McKiernan, an NPR journalist who defied an embargo to get inside, could shed new light on what happened during the conflict.

Reporting From the Kingdom: An Interview with The Wall Street Journal’s Karen Elliott House

In this exclusive interview, long-time Wall Street Journal editor and author Karen Elliott House speaks with writer Jayne Amelia Larson on how being a woman gained her unparalleled access to the lives of women in Saudi Arabia. She also provides insights on a life in journalism at a time when women were a relative anomaly in the newsroom.