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  • Egypt's Sisi says pardon for Al Jazeera journalists 'being discussed'

    CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi suggested on Thursday he was considering pardoning journalists of the Qatar-based Al Jazeera television station jailed in his country for nearly a year. Human rights groups condemned the trial...
  • Families of US hostages say government ignored their search for answers

    WASHINGTON Within days of a video emerging that showed the beheading of journalist James Foley, his mother, Diane Foley, bluntly told President Barack Obama what she and the families of other hostages held in Syria had been feeling for months: The...
  • Remembering James Foley

    Remembering James Foley
    Northwestern University held a memorial service for journalist James Foley tonight in Evanston. Foley, an alumnus of their Medill School of Journalism, was killed by Islamic State militants in August after being kidnapped and held in Syria. The...
  • 'Control' a sad wrong place, wrong time story

    'Control' a sad wrong place, wrong time story
    "Luther, 16, was arrested outside his home in the Bronx, NY. He was charged with second degree assault, a felony." Those words appear on screen at the start of the new documentary "Control," which follows a teenager — in the wrong place at the...
  • Uber: As drivers get perks, riders losing patience on privacy snafus

    Uber: As drivers get perks, riders losing patience on privacy snafus
    Negative news about ride-hailing service Uber continues to mount. Uber said Wednesday that an executive in New York City was under investigation for allegedly tracking a journalist's journey without her consent. That follows reports that a top Uber exec...
  • Award-winning journalist to discuss "I Dare Me" at LCCC Nov. 20

    Lehigh Carbon Community College Career Development Center will host eight-time Emmy Award winning journalist Lu Ann Cahn at noon Thursday, Nov. 20. Cahn, who works with NBC 10 News in Philadelphia, will discuss her new book, "I Dare Me," and about how...
  • Arrogance in Uber's top ranks hurting company: Who's the boober now?

    The first time I saw anyone use Uber was in 2012, on the campaign trail.  I was with a bunch of reporters who were peeling off the Paul Ryan bus for a few days of down time. The Ryan team dropped us off after midnight at Washington, D.C.’s Union...
  • U.S. entrepreneur considered suing Uber over tracking activities

    U.S. entrepreneur considered suing Uber over tracking activities
    SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A San Francisco Bay Area entrepreneur and author whose location in an Uber vehicle was allegedly broadcast to a roomful of party-goers without his permission considered legal action against the company and consulted an attorney,...
  • Former reporter Frank Stanfield chronicles career covering 'Vampires, Gators and Wackos'

    Former reporter Frank Stanfield chronicles career covering 'Vampires, Gators and Wackos'
    LEESBURG — The title of Frank Stanfield's latest book tells it all about his career — "Vampires, Gators and Wackos: A Newspaperman's Life." In the book, Stanfield writes about the "tons of cases" he reported on his life in journalism,...
  • Journalist killed in Somalia, third this year says union

    BOSSASSO Somalia (Reuters) - Gunmen shot dead a journalist in the semi-autonomous region of Puntland, the third killed in Somalia this year, a colleague and the National Union of Somali Journalists (NUSOJ) said. Radio journalist Abdirisak Ali Abdi,...
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    WASHINGTON For 3 Â years since the raid that killed Osama bin Laden, former Navy SEAL Robert O'Neill managed to keep a lid on the last major secret from that historic mission: His own name. Journalists and producers had chronicled nearly every second of...