May A Million Umbrellas Bloom

May A Million Umbrellas Bloom

The protests in Hong Kong are good news for democracy. ...

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In An Effort To Make A Lesson Better, Missouri’s Teacher Of The Year Found Himself In The Middle Of Violence

In An Effort To Make A Lesson Better, Missouri’s Teacher Of The Year Found Himself In The Middle Of Violence

By Jessica Bock, St. Louis Post-Dispatch HAZELWOOD, Mo. -- The scar on Chris Holmes' left temple could be considered a marker of the measures he'll take to make a lesson matter to ...

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Endorse This: Here’s What Happens When You Film The GOP

Endorse This: Here’s What Happens When You Film The GOP

[jwplayer player="1" mediaid="64966"] When Republican politicians assembled for a rally in Dawsonville, Georgia two weekends ago, nobody thought that things could turn violent. Bu ...

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Bezos Names New Publisher At Washington Post

Bezos Names New Publisher At Washington Post

Washington (AFP) - The Washington Post has a new publisher, owner Jeff Bezos announced Tuesday in his latest move to reshape the prestigious daily for the digital era. Bezos, the ...

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French Actress Wins Criminal Case Over Hollande Affair Pics

French Actress Wins Criminal Case Over Hollande Affair Pics

dpa PARIS -- French actress Julie Gayet whose affair with President Francois Hollande caused a sensation earlier this year won a second court case Tuesday against the gossip magaz ...

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Black And White In Ferguson And Journalism

Black And White In Ferguson And Journalism

When you don't know if the violent scenes on the evening news are in Iraq or in Ferguson, Missouri, then things are bad. Something is rotten in the state of Missouri. Ferguson is ...

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Journalists On The Government’s Blacklist

Journalists On The Government’s Blacklist

As states move to hide details of government deals with Wall Street, and as politicians come up with new arguments to defend secrecy, a study released earlier this month revealed ...

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New York Times Makes Change At Top

New York Times Makes Change At Top

By Alana Semuels and James Rainey, Los Angeles Times NEW YORK — Just three years into her tenure, the first female editor of The New York Times was forced out because of what the ...

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Jayson Blair And All The Lies Not Fit To Print

Jayson Blair And All The Lies Not Fit To Print

Why did you do it? The movie opens with that question. In response, Jayson Blair makes a joke. "This one again," he mutters, rolling his eyes in mock consternation at the predicta ...

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Global Press Freedom Slips To Decade Low

Global Press Freedom Slips To Decade Low

Washington (AFP) - World press freedom has hit its lowest level in a decade after a regression in Egypt, Turkey and Ukraine, and U.S. efforts to curb national security reporting, ...

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