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  • Turkey's war on the press

    Turkey's war on the press
    When I first appeared in court after last month's raid on my newspaper in Istanbul and 80 hours of detention, I asked the judge: "Two columns and a news report: Is that all the evidence against me?" The judge replied, "Yes." It surely was an "I rest my...
  • Travel writers' books range from going nowhere to going everywhere

    Travel writers' books range from going nowhere to going everywhere
    'The Art of Stillness: Adventures in Going Nowhere' TED Books/Simon & Schuster, $14.99 The whole point of travel is to go somewhere, to do something. Pico Iyer, among the best travel writers working today, disagrees, though it took him a lifetime to...
  • Heritage teen on production crew for football showcase

    Aaron Sortal of American Heritage School in Plantation was recently selected as one of four students nationwide to work as a member of the production crew for the 2015 U.S. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio on Jan. 3. Sortal, 18, created a winning...
  • At least 60 journalists killed in 2014, almost half in the Middle East

    At least 60 journalists around the world were killed on the job in 2014, including an unusually high proportion of international correspondents, the Committee to Protect Journalists said in its annual report Tuesday. The last three years have been the...
  • Today's Chicago Woman publishing last issue in January

    Today's Chicago Woman publishing last issue in January
    Today's Chicago Woman, a monthly magazine for professional women and an early megaphone for the city's feminists, will end publication next month after 32 years, founder and president Sherren Leigh said Tuesday. The January issue, which hits newsstands...
  • Biggest stories of 2014 didn't need traditional news outlets

    Biggest stories of 2014 didn't need traditional news outlets
    Gaza, Ferguson, a casino elevator in New Jersey — this was the year that raw images and social media, not gatekeepers, drove the national conversation. From photos posted on Twitter to bits of raw video shot on smartphones and surveillance...
  • In Internet age, ratings show TV news remains relevant

    In Internet age, ratings show TV news remains relevant
    The television news business is trying hard to catch up with rapidly changing technology. Americans are getting more of their news from their Twitter feeds, friends' Facebook posts and websites such as Reddit. There are live bloggers who chronicle...
  • Cuban activists arrested to prevent their attendance at a Havana gathering

    Cuban authorities arrested several dissidents and independent journalists Tuesday in an apparent attempt to prevent them from attending a rally in Havana's revolutionary square organized by a new movement that calls itself #YoTambienExijo (IAlsoDemand)....
  • At the center of it all, part 2: Daily Press is about journalism, community leadership and service

    At the center of it all, part 2: Daily Press is about journalism, community leadership and service
    Editor's note: This week, to mark the move to a new headquarters at City Center at Oyster Point, the Daily Press will take a look at the news organization's history on the Peninsula, and the people and stories behind the headlines. In 1915, the Daily...
  • Family of Australian journalist held in Egypt see deportation as best option for freedom

    Brothers of an Australian Al-Jazeera English journalist held in Egypt for more than a year said Friday that their lawyers were focusing on deportation at President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi's command as their best option. An Egyptian appeals court on...
  • Egyptian court orders retrial of journalists in Al Jazeera case

    Egypt’s highest court on Thursday ordered a retrial for three journalists who were convicted last year on terror-related charges and given long prison sentences, but did not order the release of the men, who have already spent more than a year...