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  • Women's voices rightly pushing to advance today's gaming culture

    Since late August, a group of gamers has been waging an online war against women. In those few months, developers, journalists and critics in the gaming industry have been "driven out" of the industry, offline and even literally out of their homes. In...
  • Review: 'Rosewater'

    Review: 'Rosewater'
    How many casual American moviegoers would be interested in "Rosewater" if an unknown Jon had written and directed it, instead of Jon Stewart, famous "Daily Show" host and first-time feature filmmaker? Well, Stewart did direct "Rosewater," and even...
  • FBI is undermining core principle of a free press

    The following editorial appeared in The Seattle Times on Wednesday, Nov. 12: Americans of every stripe should echo The Associated Press' recent demand that the Federal Bureau of Investigation never present its agents as journalists again. This...
  • Chicago Tribune managing editor leaves to pursue personal interests

    Chicago Tribune managing editor leaves to pursue personal interests
    Jane Hirt, who helped lead the Chicago Tribune newsroom through the dark days of bankruptcy and into an unfolding digital future, is stepping down as managing editor to pursue personal interests, the Tribune announced Wednesday. Hirt came to the Chicago...
  • PEN Center USA literary awards a star-filled event

    PEN Center USA literary awards a star-filled event
    The PEN Center USA literary awards, as always, honored excellent writing and celebrated heroes of free speech on Tuesday. And host Aisha Tyler exercised it with a high-energy, highly profane commentary that kicked the event's energy up a notch. That...
  • China's president defends refusal of visas for foreign correspondents

    China's president defends refusal of visas for foreign correspondents
    Chinese President Xi Jinping said Wednesday that foreign journalists who have had trouble obtaining or renewing their Chinese visas might be the cause of their own problems and that media outlets operating in China “need to obey China’s laws...
  • In search of conversation with 'Against Football' author Steve Almond

    In search of conversation with 'Against Football' author Steve Almond
    Steve Almond should be thrilled. In September, he published his eighth book, "Against Football: One Fan's Reluctant Manifesto," a title that promises to spark not just conversations, but infernos. The book was reviewed by the New York Times and NPR,...
  • Journalists should dump the use and abuse of 'reform'

    Journalists should dump the use and abuse of 'reform'
    I am, admittedly, late to the "reform" reform movement. For my entire career, I have haphazardly sprinkled the word "reform" into my work without much of a thought — criminal justice reform, health care reform, immigration reform, campaign finance...
  • Thieves steal equipment from St. Louis Post-Dispatch journalists at funeral for Taveras

    There are few circumstances in which good journalists want to become a story rather than cover one, but through no fault of their own two Post-Dispatch staffers became the center of attention while reporting on developments this week in a foreign country....
  • Remembering Frank Mankiewicz

    Remembering Frank Mankiewicz
    In the hard-boiled if fading world of print journalism, it's often said that the only way to look at a politician is down. And the worst crime of all is to work both sides of the street, doubling as a reporter while working for a pol, or vice versa. But...
  • Journalist returns to Chicago from disease-plagued Liberia

    Journalist returns to Chicago from disease-plagued Liberia
    Everyone thinks I've been quarantined after I returned from Liberia last month. I'm not. I greet people by tapping the inside of my shoe to the inside of their shoe. It's a standard greeting among Doctors Without Borders staff in Monrovia, Liberia, the...