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  • Cheering in the Oscars pressroom

    Say you were watching a post-Super Bowl news conference featuring the coach of the team that lost on the final drive. You'd expect someone to ask for his reaction, no? Or say two players from the same team had snubbed each other on national TV....
  • Rick Green: The Lasting Power Of Stories — And Storytellers

    Rick Green: The Lasting Power Of Stories — And Storytellers
    On a summer day in 2006 I slipped into the back of a dingy Waterbury courtroom, where a handful of lawyers gathered around a decrepit 86-year-old man who sat hunched over in front of Judge Joseph Gormley. Drab, but the afternoon persists like a...
  • Bill Whitaker Joins CBS' '60 Minutes' As Correspondent

    Bill Whitaker, a CBS News veteran who has reported from Tokyo, Los Angeles and South Africa, among other locales, has been named a correspondent on the network's Sunday newsmagazine, "60 Minutes." "Bill Whitaker is one of the great veterans of CBS News....
  • Walter Kirn befriends a con man in 'Blood Will Out'

    Walter Kirn befriends a con man in 'Blood Will Out'
    Walter Kirn's new profile of the serial liar and convicted murderer known as "Clark Rockefeller" is no ordinary work of true crime and literary journalism. "Blood Will Out: The True Story of a Murder, a Mystery, and a Masquerade" is the chronicle of...
  • Two killed in news helicopter crash in Seattle

    SEATTLE — A television news helicopter had just taken off from its rooftop perch Tuesday morning when it came crashing down into the street and exploded in flames, killing the pilot and an Emmy-Award-winning photojournalist on board as horrified...
  • Whack rallies Mount St. Mary's men to 72-71 win in NEC quarterfinals

    Men's college basketball Whack rallies Mount to 72-71 win in NEC quarterfinals Rashad Whack made the game-winning 3-pointer with 2.4 seconds left to lift fourth-seeded Mount St. Mary's (14-16) to a 72-71 victory over fifth-seeded St. Francis (N.Y.)...
  • Egyptian prosecutors display seized items in journalists' trial

    Egyptian prosecutors display seized items  in journalists' trial
    CAIRO – Prosecutors in Egypt on Wednesday displayed seized items such as cameras, cables and microphones as evidence in the trial of 20 journalists on terrorism-related charges. Defendants in white prison uniforms looked on from inside a metal...
  • Supply of news is dwindling amid the digital media transformation

    Supply of news is dwindling amid the digital media transformation
    The word is out that we're embarking on a new golden age of journalism. In recent months some of the hottest names in the business — the Washington Post's Ezra Klein, Nate Silver of the New York Times, Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg of the Wall...
  • Ray Gibson, 1949-2014

    Ray Gibson, 1949-2014
    Ray Gibson, an award-winning Chicago Tribune reporter who exposed city contractors with Outfit ties, federal jurors with criminal backgrounds in the George Ryan trial, and politicians who enriched themselves at taxpayers' expense, died Friday, Jan. 31, at...
  • Egyptian court acquits Al Jazeera journalist, 61 others

    CAIRO -- An Egyptian court on Sunday acquitted an Al Jazeera journalist and 61 other people who had been charged with a variety of offenses after being arrested in July during clashes with security forces. Egypt came under strong criticism from press...
  • Al Jazeera denounces Egyptian TV airing of arrest video

    Al Jazeera denounces Egyptian TV airing of arrest video
    CAIRO -- The Qatar-based broadcaster Al Jazeera on Monday objected strongly to the airing on Egyptian television of a video showing the arrest of two of its journalists, saying the leaked images were a clear attempt to stir up public sentiment against the...