Weekend Reader: ‘The Watchdog That Didn’t Bark: The Financial Crisis And The Disappearance Of Investigative Journalism’

Weekend Reader: ‘The Watchdog That Didn’t Bark: The Financial Crisis And The Disappearance Of Investigative Journalism’

Today the Weekend Reader brings you The Watchdog that Didn't Bark: The Financial Crisis and the Disappearance of Investigative Journalism by Dean Starkman, editor of the Columbia ...

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Hong Kong Journalist Stabbed Amid Concerns Of Eroding Media Freedoms

Hong Kong Journalist Stabbed Amid Concerns Of Eroding Media Freedoms

By Julie Makinen, Los Angeles Times BEIJING — A recently dismissed Hong Kong newspaper editor was hospitalized in critical condition Wednesday after assailants stabbed him in the ...

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Veteran U.S. Newsman Brokaw Has Cancer

Veteran U.S. Newsman Brokaw Has Cancer

Los Angeles (AFP) - The veteran U.S. television journalist Tom Brokaw said he has been diagnosed with cancer, but doctors are encouraged by his progress. The NBC News special corr ...

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Stephen Glass Is Too Crooked For The Law

Stephen Glass Is Too Crooked For The Law

I said there was a Society of Men among us, bred up from their Youth in the Art of proving by words multiplied for the Purpose, that White is Black, and Black is White, according ...

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<em>National Review</em> Is In Deep Trouble

National Review Is In Deep Trouble

The late William F. Buckley's journalistic baby, National Review, is in deep legal trouble. This week it asked subscribers like me for donations to pay lawyers fending off a libel ...

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New York Times Reporter Leaves China After Visa Denial

New York Times Reporter Leaves China After Visa Denial

Beijing (AFP) - A New York Times reporter left Beijing Thursday after authorities did not grant him a visa, in a case that comes as Chinese authorities ratchet up pressure on fore ...

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Top Exec Out In Shakeup At Murdoch’s Dow Jones

Top Exec Out In Shakeup At Murdoch’s Dow Jones

New York (AFP) - The top executive at Wall Street Journal publisher Dow Jones & Co. is leaving and a veteran British journalist will take over until a successor is chosen, it ...

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