Unmentioned is that the payroll-tax cut bill, by bipartisan agreement, sets in motion a much larger transfer of public assets to the top 1%.
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Gaby Rodriguez was a 17-year-old high school honor student in Yakima, Wash., when she hit upon an imaginative senior project on teen pregnancy. She would declare she was pregnant.
LONDON (AP) — Britain's High Court says reporters can give evidence to a media ethics inquiry anonymously — rejecting a bid by a newspaper publish...
Our country isn't unique in making war needlessly, but we may be unique in our insouciance. Attention really should be paid. After all, destroying another country is a big deal.
A Cook County judge ruled Wednesday that Northwestern University must turn over some 500 e-mails that student journalists at the school exchanged with...
Can you imagine if Lois Lane published a misleading, misinformed, sensationalist headline like "'Al Qaeda' massacre -- Norway's 9/11"? She would be sacked straight away.
It was clearly the moment traditionalists and new-media sceptics were eagerly anticipating; for as soon as it emerged that the blog known as 'A Gay Gi...
When iconic journalist Helen Thomas said that Jews should leave Palestine and go back to where they came from, she was being forced to retire abruptly...
What I want to do here is to give anyone dealing with unethical journalists an invaluable tool that can be used, now, for mitigating damage.
Anderson Cooper: please stop with your sensationalist and self-promoting tendencies.
The New York Times carried a rare Postscript in Saturday's paper, raising questions about whether it is charging the top Washington Post editor, Marcus Brauchli, with not telling the truth.
Arab countries are making strides in trying to improve journalism curricula, but still face strictures, obstacles and challenges to press freedom as w...
Apparently, WaPo editor Marcus Brauchli was lying "when he told the NYT that he didn't know the paper's controversial corporate-sponsored dinner parties would be off-the-record." And guess what else?
Ambassador Melanne Verveer leads the charge against the heinous atrocities in the Congo.
Said Leslie Milk, Washingtonian magazine's lifestyle editor, "I know we changed the color of his suit to red, and dropped out the background."
Until Joseph Farah and WND come clean and tell the truth, they cannot be trusted as a credible news source. If it can't reconcile its own reporting, why trust anything else it publishes?
We in the press need to be absolutely sure that when we strip subjects of their privacy over matters they do not want disclosed, we have some higher ethical justification. In this case, there was none.
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