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  • Disney, Koch used secret tax deals routed through Luxembourg, report says

    Walt Disney Co., giant conglomerate Koch Industries Inc. and other companies channeled hundreds of millions of dollars in profits through units based in Luxembourg in secret deals designed to avoid paying U.S. taxes, according to a new report. The...
  • Three Syrian journalists killed in missile attack: CPJ

    Three journalists from the Syrian opposition television channel Orient News were killed in the southwest of the country when a missile hit their vehicle, the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) said late on Tuesday. The U.S.-based media advocacy group...
  • Rekha Basu: Rolling Stone backs down when rape story gets murky

    After its hard-hitting account of a University of Virginia student's alleged gang rape raised questions from other journalists, Rolling Stone magazine resorted to what its story accused university administrators of doing: throwing the accuser under the...
  • New Luxembourg leaks reveal Disney, Koch Industries tax deals

    Walt Disney Co, commodities group Koch Industries and others agreed deals in Luxembourg that could have delivered huge tax savings, a group of investigative journalists has reported, heightening an international debate on corporate tax avoidance. The...
  • Kenya to investigate Al Jazeera allegations of 'death squads'

    Kenyan authorities are to investigate journalists and sources involved in an Al Jazeera documentary alleging that radical Muslim preachers were killed by police "death squads". At least three preachers accused of espousing militant ideas have been shot...
  • Journalism's eternal search for the outside savior, and why it fails

    Journalism's eternal search for the outside savior, and why it fails
    I was the first Los Angeles Times reporter to interview Sam Zell after he bought the newspaper's parent company, Tribune, in 2007. During our interview at the executive jet terminal at LAX, he was blunt, crude and profane. He started the meeting with an...
  • Senator says 'bad journalism' in Rolling Stone a 'setback' for campus rape victims

    WASHINGTON Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) said Tuesday that "bad journalism" in Rolling Stone magazine about an alleged gang rape is a "setback" for victims of sexual assault on campus and efforts to help them. Testifying before a Senate subcommittee...
  • China opens up to western capitalism

    On a train from Xi'an to Beijing, traveling 180 miles an hour as it cuts through air so polluted you can't see the tops of city skyscrapers, a female attendant mops the speeding car's floors between stops to keep the compartment tidy. Clean floors,...
  • Journalists struck by police at Berkeley protests, group says

    Journalists struck by police at Berkeley protests, group says
    Several journalists were injured by officers during protests in Berkeley over police killings in Missouri and New York, according to a media organization. In an open letter to Berkeley Police Chief Michael Meehan and Mayor Tom Bates, the Society of...
  • Feedback 12/07/14: Fast results, poor spelling and great investigative journalism

    •Thank you for the fast results on the Virginia Tech and Virginia game. Thanks a lot. Poor spelling •I am very upset about your spelling of things. On page 7 of the paper Tuesday, Dec. 2, an obituary of Marie Burcher on about the 10th line...
  • 'The Newsroom' recap: Bad boss, bad ideas spark staff revolt

    'The Newsroom' recap: Bad boss, bad ideas spark staff revolt
    Irate staffers at Atlantis Cable News openly rebel against their Internet-obsessed owner — and a veteran journalist dramatically dies on the job — in “Oh Shenandoah,” the penultimate Episode 24 of HBO’s “The Newsroom.&...