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Torture: American Horror Story that Won't Go Away

David Tereshchuk | Posted 02.16.2015 | Media
David Tereshchuk

People everywhere now see torture as a quotidian trope for American behavior in the world. Hence the cartoon, by the incisive artist Peter Brookes, that is reproduced at the head of this article, showing Lady Liberty hard at work waterboarding.

Michael Calderone

Journalists Say Libya Consulate Not Secured After Attack | Michael Calderone | Posted 09.25.2012 | Media

NEW YORK -- Since Friday, CNN has defended its decision to remove and report from a personal journal belonging to late U.S. Ambassador to Libya Christ...

News Corp Mulls Splitting In 2

The Huffington Post | Jack Mirkinson | Posted 06.26.2012 | Media

News Corp. is thinking of splitting in two, dividing its publishing business from its entertainment division, the company's own Wall Street Journal re...

Another Murdoch Newspaper Gets Dragged Into Scandal

Reuters | Posted 06.13.2012 | Media

By Georgina Prodhan LONDON, April 13 (Reuters) - Rupert Murdoch's Times of London is facing a claim for exemplary damages after admitt...

Cartoon About Hacking Scandal In Murdoch Paper Causes Firestorm

Posted 09.20.2011 | Media

One of Rupert Murdoch's British newspapers is drawing fire for a very provocative cartoon about the phone hacking scandal. The cartoon appeared in ...

The Murdoch Phenomenon

Murray Fromson | Posted 09.18.2011 | Media
Murray Fromson

Anyone with half a brain knew all about Rupert Murdoch from the time he invaded all of journalism. It was inevitable because Murdoch has repeatedly demonstrated an absence of ethics, decency and integrity.

London Times Reveals Paywall Subscription Figures | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media

News International announced this morning that it has secured 105,000 sales from people who have paid to access either the papers' websites and/or its...

CON GAMES: Rupert Murdoch's iPad Paywall

Michael Conniff | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology
Michael Conniff

Paywall love is a beautiful thing in the media business -- the belief of working journalists that if they charge for content the good old days that never were will grow back like ivy at Wrigley Field.

Rupert Murdoch BLOCKS Google From UK Times Website

paidContent:UK | Robert Andrews | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media

The Times and Sunday Times' upcoming paid sites will not allow their articles to appear in search engines like Google (NSDQ: GOOG). That was one nugge...

U.S. Military Still Lying About Special Forces Night Raid in Afghanistan

Robert Naiman | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Robert Naiman

U.S. officials are "probing a possible attempted coverup" in the deaths of five Afghan civilians in February in a raid carried out by U.S. Special Forces accompanied by Afghan troops, the LA Times reports.

"If You See Something Say Something" -- The Failed Times Square Bombing and the Price of Oil

Raymond J. Learsy | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Raymond J. Learsy

Saudi Arabia, through OPEC, is extorting billions from the world's consumers through the manipulation of oil prices, the very source of the monies being funneled to madrasas around the world.

Harold Evans and His "Rag and Bone Men of the Opinion Trade"

Christopher Lydon | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
Christopher Lydon

Harold Evans, doubtless the finest English newspaper editor of his time, could make you weep in his memoir of formative days in Manchester and glory years with the Sunday Times of London.

McChrystal's 40,000 Troop Hoax

Robert Naiman | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Robert Naiman

Even if Obama were to approve General McChrystal's request, the 40,000 troops wouldn't arrive in time to significantly affect the 12-month window McChrystal says will be decisive.

Lockerbie Outrage Continues: Just follow the Stench of Oil

Rabbi Abraham Cooper | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Rabbi Abraham Cooper

Another media report from Scotland raises the question as to whether doctors who promoted release of the mass murderer may have been paid by the Libyans.

Hitler Praised by Formula 1 Chief

Steve Parker | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Steve Parker

This isn't the first time Ecclestone and minion Max Mosley have been seen as cheerleaders of a sort for the Third Reich.

In Sri Lanka: Reconciliation and Reconstruction

Jim Luce | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Jim Luce

Sri Lanka is now focused on the "3 R's:" Rehabilitation, Reconstruction, and Reconciliation. European leaders need to stop lecturing and start helping.

All is Vanity (Fair): The Man Who Owns the News

Kevin Morris and Glenn Altschuler | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
Kevin Morris and Glenn Altschuler

In Michael Wolff's book, he serves lots of candy and cat food as he tells the story of Murdoch's rise from scion of a smallish Australian newspaper empire to master of the universe in today's media world.

One American Carmaker -- Our Best Solution?

Steve Parker | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Steve Parker

If the Detroit Three were to merge into one company, ownership shared with the American people, it could benefit everyone; the carmakers, their dealers and their customers