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  • Turkey's Erdogan 'closely following' legal case against rival cleric

    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Saturday he is closely following an inquiry into a U.S.-based Islamic preacher and media outlets close to him and dismissed criticism that the case is politically motivated. Erdogan spoke a day after an...
  • For storytellers, last days of 2014 are the worst of times

    For storytellers, last days of 2014 are the worst of times
    In these last days of 2014, it seems like the delicate, freedom-hugging art of narrative storytelling has exploded in our faces. Not unlike the head of a certain political leader in a fictional movie now not coming to a theater near you. Sure, factual...
  • Sotloff remembered

    Sotloff remembered
    The Chabad Center of Kendall & Pinecrest in Miami took time on the first night of Hanukkah to honor slain Miami-based freelance journalist Steven Sotloff, a man who, according to the community, tried to bring light into dark places. His parents,...
  • Journalist sues over arrest at protest in Ferguson, Missouri

    A Washington-based journalist has sued St. Louis County and one of its police lieutenants, saying his rights were violated when he was arrested while covering protests over the killing of an unarmed black teenager by a white police officer in Ferguson,...
  • Turkey remains leery about presence of Kurdish refugees from Kobani

    SURUC, Turkey From a hilltop about half a mile from the besieged Kurdish-Syrian city of Kobani, the sounds of heavy weapons can be heard echoing from inside what was once a prosperous border town of about 250,000 people. Most of those people are now...
  • Sony hacks show limits of Web privacy

    Sony hacks show limits of Web privacy
    Sony Pictures Entertainment wants news outlets to stop publishing stories based on material stolen by hackers, who recently ransacked the company's computer network to devastating effect. From one perspective, that might be the right thing to do. Though...
  • In the end, 'Serial' leaves me frustrated, even annoyed

    In the end, 'Serial' leaves me frustrated, even annoyed
    I love the energy and even excitement that Sarah Koenig pumped into the podcast genre and radio storytelling with "Serial," a 12-part series on a Baltimore murder from 1999. But as I listened to the final segment today, I couldn't help but feel...
  • WESH adds Arkansas anchor

    WESH adds Arkansas anchor
    WESH-Channel 2 is adding a journalist from Fort Smith, Ark., to its lineup of evening anchors. Angela Taylor will join the team of Jim Payne, Meredith McDonough and Brett Connolly, the NBC affiliate said Wednesday afternoon. The station earlier this...
  • Richard Hottelet, Last of CBS News 'Murrow's Boys,' Dies At 97

    Richard C. Hottelet, the last living member of a group of CBS News correspondents whose work under Edward R. Murrow during World War II helped set a template for broadcast journalism, died Wednesday morning at the age of 97, according to information...
  • When it comes to 'far left,' Jorge Ramos doesn't qualify

    When it comes to 'far left,' Jorge Ramos doesn't qualify
    As a columnist, one of the few rules I follow is not to stick labels to the people I write about in my columns. Most labels are in the eyes of the beholder, and many times they are simply wrong. This is the case with a recent South Florida colleague who...
  • Journalist murders in Syria a shocking new trend: press freedom report

    The beheading of journalists by Islamist militants in Syria this year showed that reporters face a dangerous new threat, media freedom organization Reporters Without Borders said on Tuesday. While the overall number of journalists killed around the world...