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  • Barney Frank on practically everything

    Long a legislative lion for Democrats, Barney Frank retired from Congress two years ago. But he remains famously shrewd and caustic, feisty and funny, as well as the most prominent gay politician in the nation. With current roiling debate over the...
  • Amid silent press, Turkish journalists use social media to condemn editors' arrests

    ISTANBUL When police detained the editor in chief of Turkey's biggest newspaper Sunday along with two dozen others on bizarre charges of taking part in a terrorist organization, much of the Turkish media was silent, and many pro-government news outlets,...
  • Move to the right stirs uproar at staid Swiss newspaper

    Outraged reporters at Switzerland's oldest newspaper appeared on Monday to have foiled an attempt to install an editor with links to a leading right-wing party in a tussle that reflects a wider battle over the direction of Swiss politics. The Neue...
  • Aaron Sorkin Slams Journalists for Publishing Hacked Sony Documents

    "The Newsroom" creator Aaron Sorkin has a message for real-life newsrooms, taking aim at publications posting leaked Sony documents in a new op-ed. Published on the New York Times' website Sunday evening, Sorkin acknowledged the fact that his name was...
  • 'The Newsroom' recap: Farewell to Charlie and series viewers

    'The Newsroom' recap: Farewell to Charlie and series viewers
    In saying goodbye to veteran journalist Charlie Skinner (Sam Waterston), HBO’s “The Newsroom” also said farewell to viewers by wrapping its third and final season with Episode 25: “What Kind of Day Has It Been.” In the...
  • Bill Cosby hides behind wife, race card

    Bill Cosby hides behind wife, race card
    A week doesn't go by without Bill Cosby falling farther from grace. Now the accused serial sexual abuser and one-time comic has found a way to make himself appear even worse: He's hiding behind his wife -- and -- the race card. Unlike in past eras,...
  • Turkey arrests media figures for alleged ties to U.S.-based cleric

    Turkey arrests media figures for alleged ties to U.S.-based cleric
    Turkish police arrested the editor in chief of the country’s largest daily newspaper, the head of a television station and more than two dozen others Sunday for being affiliated with U.S.-based dissident cleric Fethullah Gulen. A Turkish judge...
  • Ignoring the other side of the story

    Ignoring the other side of the story
    During my decades of journalism, I have been alternatively amused and appalled by the sarcastic newsroom slogan: "A story too good to check out." I've been amused by the battlefield sarcasm that comes from having a hot story lead fall apart under the...
  • Rape article controversy has plunged Rolling Stone into its deepest crisis

    Rape article controversy has plunged Rolling Stone into its deepest crisis
    The story featured a sympathetic protagonist, some powerful accused villains and allegations of the most unspeakable kind. In September 2011, Rolling Stone magazine recounted the alleged sexual abuse of Billy, a young man who said that as a 10-year-...
  • New Times website for students covering their schools debuts: HS Insider

    New Times website for students covering their schools debuts: HS Insider
    Here's some exciting news for high school sports fans. A new website created by The Times, HS Insider, debuts. It will feature student journalists covering their own high schools and creating videos and stories and providing inside information about their...
  • US providing little information to judge progress against Islamic State

    WASHINGTON The American war against the Islamic State has become the most opaque conflict the United States has undertaken in more than two decades, a fight that's so underreported that U.S. officials and their critics can make claims about progress, or...