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  • Journey of a lifetime

    It's all about the journey. That's what I tell my kids about their college education. They roll their eyes. But that's how I see college, and that's how I see my midcareer graduate-school experience. I received my master's degree about five years ago,...
  • Ukraine says it cleared pro-Russia gunmen from eastern town

    DONETSK, Ukraine — Ukrainian government troops on Wednesday claimed to have swept out pro-Russia gunmen from a town in embattled eastern Ukraine, an operation the Kremlin warned could spark retaliation. The Ukrainian Interior Ministry statement...
  • Ukrainian forces reclaim town taken by Russian separatists

    DONETSK, Ukraine — Ukraine government forces on Wednesday recaptured a southeastern town that had been held by separatist rebels, the Interior Ministry said. There were no casualties in the operation in the town of Svyatogorsk, according to an...
  • No time for cowards — let's talk about race, America

     No time for cowards — let's talk about race, America
    When it comes to race in America, the last thing I'd want is to be considered a coward. But then, it's so easy to be cowardly in America when it comes to race. It's not normal for people to take positions that can leave them vulnerable and make it...
  • European human rights body says concerned about abuses in Azerbaijan

    TBILISI (Reuters) - Human rights are deteriorating in Azerbaijan, a European watchdog said on Wednesday, calling on the authorities to uphold regional standards and expressing concerns over what it says is a "worrying pattern" of abuse. Azerbaijan, a...
  • Pro-Russia Militiamen Abduct U.S. Journalist in Eastern Ukraine: Report

    LONDON -- Pro-Russian militiamen in Eastern Ukraine have abducted American journalist Simon Ostrovsky, who works for the U.S.-based news channel Vice News. Ostrovsky is being held in Slavyansk by a group led by Vyacheslav Ponomaryov, the self-...
  • Ferrari threatening to fine journalists $69,000 for breaking LaFerrari embargo?

     
    Filed under: Coupe, Performance, Government/Legal, Ferrari, Racing In automotive journalism, we deal with embargoes on a regular basis. For the uninitiated, these are agreements between publications like Autoblog and manufacturers. While news embargoes...
  • Pakistan TV channel under pressure from military after shooting

    ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan's Defence Ministry has demanded that a prominent news channel be suspended after it reported that the country's powerful spy agency was behind the shooting of one of Pakistan's most famous journalists, a media regulator said...
  • Ukraine leader urges crackdown as peace eludes east

    SLAVIANSK/DONETSK, Ukraine (Reuters) - Ukraine's acting president accused Russia of aiding "terrorists" who killed a politician from his own party, urging a crackdown in the east on Tuesday that could hamper international efforts to defuse the crisis. As...
  • Intelligence chief forbids unauthorized talks with reporters

    WASHINGTON Employees of U.S. intelligence agencies have been barred from discussing any intelligence-related matter even if it isn't classified with journalists without authorization, according to a new directive by Director of National Intelligence James...
  • Biden arrives in Kiev as Russia blames U.S. for Ukraine crisis

    KIEV, Ukraine -- U.S. Vice President Joe Biden arrived in Kiev on Monday for talks with Ukraine's embattled interim leaders as Russia's top diplomat blamed Washington for instigating the crisis that threatens to escalate into armed conflict between the...