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  • Tom Valeo, a longtime Chicago-area journalist, dies at 65

    Tom Valeo, a longtime Chicago-area journalist, dies at 65
    Tom Valeo was a longtime Chicago-area journalist who was the theater critic for the suburban Daily Herald and later freelanced for the Chicago Tribune before moving to Florida and becoming an expert on science writing. "Tom was the most analytical...
  • Former WYPR news editor acquitted of assault

    Former WYPR news editor acquitted of assault
    A former radio reporter and managing news editor for WYPR has been acquitted of assault charges stemming from a fight with his son on Halloween, 2013. Sunni Khalid, who previously also worked for NPR and The Baltimore Sun, stabbed his son Hassan in the...
  • Prominent Angolan journalist released

    A prominent Angolan journalist, jailed for his criticism of the government, has been released, a human rights group said on Thursday. The criminal case against Rafael Marques de Morais has been stopped, the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights group said....
  • Review: 'Man in Profile' by Thomas Kunkel

    Review: 'Man in Profile' by Thomas Kunkel
    Joseph Mitchell was an elegant prose stylist and incisive analyst of the human condition who came to New York from North Carolina at the time of the stock market crash in 1929 and lived in Greenwich Village until the 1990s, documenting the lives of the...
  • Around the Park: Students follow prize-winning journalist's steps with global bazaar

    Around the Park: Students follow prize-winning journalist's steps with global bazaar
    Through the magic of imagination, St. Martin-in-the-Field Episcopal School preschool students Quinn Kremzner, Skylin Burnett and Presley Davis crossed the Ethiopian border into Djibouti on May 7 at 2:05 p.m. with teacher Karen Wollentin. Passports and...
  • RedBlueAmerica: Are top American journalists revealing their bias?

    George Stephanopoulos ABC's chief anchor, chief political correspondent and a "Good Morning America" host last week admitted he had donated $75,000 to the Clinton Foundation since 2011. The admission raised questions about his ability to cover the...
  • US, Cuba set for 4th round of talks

    MIAMI The fourth time could be the charm as the United States and Cuba head into their next round of talks aimed at re-establishing diplomatic ties and opening embassies. The two sides meet Thursday at the State Department at a time when a senior State...
  • Q&A: Norberto Santana Jr.

    Q&A: Norberto Santana Jr.
    Norberto Santana Jr. hasn't yet gotten his first question — or his cup of coffee — and already the Voice of OC publisher is holding forth on the link between journalism and government accountability. Seated on the Gypsy Den Cafe's outdoor...
  • ABC faces credibility crisis over Stephanopoulos donations

    George Stephanopoulos apologized to viewers Friday for donating $75,000 to the Clinton Foundation and failing to disclose it earlier, as ABC News now finds its chief anchor in a credibility crisis on the eve of a presidential campaign. Stephanopoulos...
  • ABC's Stephanopoulos under fire for failing to disclose donations

    ABC's Stephanopoulos under fire for failing to disclose donations
    Brian Williams has some company in the news anchor hot seat. George Stephanopoulos, co-anchor of ABC's "Good Morning America," came under fire Thursday for failing to disclose $75,000 in contributions he made to the Clinton Foundation, the charitable...
  • The Mash is looking for student journalists

    The Mash is looking for student journalists
    School newspapers are disappearing. From 1991 to 2006, the percentage of Chicago public high schools that printed newspapers dropped from nearly 100 to 60, according to a study by Roosevelt University. Chicago Tribune has published a weekly teen paper,...