Time is collaborating with the Outrider Foundation on a fellowship to support reporting on nuclear security.
W.J. Hennigan, a Time senior correspondent based in Washington, will be Outrider’s newest fellow, the fourth to be named.
During his fellowship, Hennigan will produce a series of stories on nuclear-security issues from deeply reported pieces to reporting on news developments.
“Throughout my career, I’ve prioritized coverage of nuclear weapons and non-proliferation issues,” Hennigan says.
Hennigan adds that he is “eager to provide Time readers with a series of profiles and articles that examine the implications of this new nuclear age,” Hennigan adds.
The development follows Time’s recent announced that it is scrapping its digital paywall in a move that will make all content, including 100 years of archival material, free, effective June 1.