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  • Former reporter Frank Stanfield chronicles career covering 'Vampires, Gators and Wackos'

    Former reporter Frank Stanfield chronicles career covering 'Vampires, Gators and Wackos'
    LEESBURG — The title of Frank Stanfield's latest book tells it all about his career — "Vampires, Gators and Wackos: A Newspaperman's Life." In the book, Stanfield writes about the "tons of cases" he reported on his life in journalism,...
  • Journalist killed in Somalia, third this year says union

    BOSSASSO Somalia (Reuters) - Gunmen shot dead a journalist in the semi-autonomous region of Puntland, the third killed in Somalia this year, a colleague and the National Union of Somali Journalists (NUSOJ) said. Radio journalist Abdirisak Ali Abdi,...
  • Column on aging was 'touching and very real journalism' [Letter]

    Kudos to Tony Glaros for his November 13 column "A Visit With Mom is Sobering, But Also Fun." As one who has been in the same situation of watching an aging parent decline, I know how bittersweet encounters like this are. Very touching and very real...
  • bc-navyseals

    WASHINGTON For 3 ¬ years since the raid that killed Osama bin Laden, former Navy SEAL Robert O'Neill managed to keep a lid on the last major secret from that historic mission: His own name. Journalists and producers had chronicled nearly every second of...
  • Uber can't sweep exec's revenge campaign under the car mat

    Consumers, by and large, are trusting online companies to handle their personal data with at least a modicum of respect and privacy. That attitude could change in a flash — just ask Target. Comments like those made by Emil Michael, senior vice...
  • L.A. Times names Internet strategist Nicco Mele deputy publisher

    L.A. Times names Internet strategist Nicco Mele deputy publisher
    Nicco Mele, the Internet strategist credited with pushing political campaigns into the digital era, has been named deputy publisher of the Los Angeles Times. "We intend to be one of the great journalism organizations of the 21st century, not just the...
  • Al-Jazeera America's climb toward credibility

    The following editorial appeared in The Dallas Morning News on Monday, Nov. 17: Cable television news regularly serves as the butt of comedians' jokes because so much of the content seems a caricature of real journalism. Analysts argue loudly, as if to...
  • Matt Bai takes on the tabloidization of the political news

    The year was 1987, and Colorado Sen. Gary Hart, aiming for the†White House, got sidelined when the Miami Herald caught him in the company of a woman other than his wife. In Matt Bai's analysis, Hart was done in by a conjunction of sexual politics and a...
  • 'Rosewater' finds Jon Stewart in solidly serious mode

     'Rosewater' finds Jon Stewart in solidly serious mode
    Jon Stewart has made such a career out of mocking the news that it's a bit of a shock to find that "Rosewater," his debut film as a writer-director, is so earnest and straightforward you'd guess it was directed by Dan Rather and not the host of Comedy...
  • Times reporter cited for foreign affairs coverage

    Times reporter cited for foreign affairs coverage
    Alexandra Zavis of the Los Angeles Times has won the American Academy of Diplomacy’s 2014 Arthur Ross Award for distinguished reporting†on foreign affairs. The academy singled out Zavis’ reporting on Africa, which has included coverage of...
  • A grammar quiz not for sissies

    In a fulmination this week at Lingua Franca, “The Decline of Grammar Education,”†Geoffrey Pullum points out, quite rightly, that the grammar quizzes posted on the Internet are almost always junk: “The web’s grammar quizzes deal...