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  • Classes that go off the grid help students focus

    Classes that go off the grid help students focus
    USC professor Geoffrey Cowan is a scholar of free speech and communication. But Cowan, the former dean of the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, insists that students sometimes should be cut off from the social media and websites that...
  • Ohio newspaper settles federal suit after staffers detained

    The federal government has settled a lawsuit filed by an Ohio newspaper after a reporter and a photographer were detained and had cameras confiscated outside a military tank plant. Court documents filed Thursday say the settlement calls for the...
  • Bill O'Reilly furor: It's about professionalism

    Bill O'Reilly furor: It's about professionalism
    Bill O'Reilly has cast the controversy over his Argentina reporting as a political issue. He says his left-wing critics are coming after him. But former colleagues at CBS, where O'Reilly was working in 1982, say it's a matter of professionalism. They...
  • 'Pay Any Price': New York Times reporter James Risen vows to go to jail before revealing his sources

    "Pay and Price: Greed, Power, And Endless War" by James Risen; Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (309 pages, $28) James Risen is a bona fide constitutional hero, apart from being an author who has written a very readable book on a fascinating subject. The U.S....
  • Attentive news consumption is crucial

    Attentive news consumption is crucial
    Fifty percent of news articles contain false information. That fact was made up just seconds ago. If you didn’t keep reading and repeated this “fact” to your friends, they might call you gullible. However, including false information...
  • In Theory: Should news organizations begin investing in reporters with intimate religious understanding?

    In a Feb. 16 column in the Catholic Herald, writer Conor Gaffey argues that news organizations need to begin investing in journalists who have an intimate understanding of religion. Gaffey points to the BBC's recent decision to do away with its head...
  • In Brian Williams' case, will Americans forgive and forget?

    In Brian Williams' case, will Americans forgive and forget?
    When it comes to the honesty demanded of public figures, Americans appear to be a fickle bunch. Former President Clinton is once again a widely admired leader, despite infamous prevarications regarding his relationship with Monica Lewinsky. In contrast,...
  • Conspiracies swirl over Moscow murder as no suspects named

    MOSCOW The contract-style murder last Friday night of Boris Nemtsov, a vocal critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, has led to accusations of Kremlin complicity but also to a slew of competing theories involving everything from the CIA to Islamic...
  • Al-Jazeera journalist fined $1,120 over Paris drone flight

    A Paris court has fined a journalist for broadcaster Al-Jazeera 1,000 euros ($1,120) for flying a drone without authorization over the French capital while the city was under a high security alert. The court ordered the drone confiscated but handed...
  • Pantages is new managing editor at The Medina Gazette

    A veteran reporter and editor from the Akron Beacon Journal has been named managing editor at The Medina Gazette in northeastern Ohio. The Gazette (http://bit.ly/17NYxoh ) says Lawrence Pantages is taking over for David Knox. Knox has led the newspaper...
  • Roy Moore, family trees, and journalism: Letters

    Roy Moore, family trees, and journalism: Letters
    Moore cartoon nonsensical What does the Sentinel's Thursday editorial cartoon mean, exactly? The editors should enlighten the rest of us by explaining in print their rationale for posting it. I think it is intended to demean Alabama Chief Justice...