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  • 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...
  • In Focus: Bill Vanko's passion for wildlife photography

    In Focus: Bill Vanko's passion for wildlife photography
    Bill Vanko’s only phobia is the dentist.  “Needles make my blood pressure go up,” he confesses softly. “I was blessed with really horrible teeth.”  But don’t jump to hasty conclusions about his level of cowardice....
  • '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.&...
  • A hostage rescue fails

    A hostage rescue fails
    A U.S. commando raid over the weekend failed to free an American journalist held hostage by al-Qaida in a militant stronghold in Yemen. As U.S. forces closed in, the terrorists killed the journalist, Luke Somers, 33 and another hostage, South African...
  • Both sides in the New Republic meltdown are wrong about the magazine

    Considering how devoted everyone involved in the meltdown of The New Republic is to the principles of trenchant journalism and lucid policy analysis, the most remarkable thing about the event is how obtuse they all are about the magazine's past, present...
  • American journalist Luke Somers killed by al Qaeda during rescue attempt

    U.S. Navy SEALs stormed a walled compound in a remote Yemeni village early on Saturday in an attempt to free Western hostages held by an al Qaeda unit, but an American journalist and a South African teacher were killed by their captors, officials said....
  • Al-Qaida victim remembered as 'citizen of the world'

    MILWAUKEE The close-knit community of Beloit College in southern Wisconsin awoke Saturday to crushing news that one of its own American photojournalist Luke Somers was killed overnight with a hostage from South Africa during a U.S.-led attempt to rescue...
  • Rush Limbaugh, Bobby Jindal on 'Fox News Sunday'

    Rush Limbaugh, Bobby Jindal on 'Fox News Sunday'
    UPDATED: The Sunday morning guest list this weekend: Radio host Rush Limbaugh and Gov. Bobby Jindal, R-La., visit "Fox News Sunday" at 10 a.m. on WOFL-Channel 35. Fox News says it is Limbaugh's first appearance in more than five years on the show....
  • Suspicions keep Chinese telecom firm Huawei out of U.S. market

    Suspicions keep Chinese telecom firm Huawei out of U.S. market
    — In mid-November, the giant Chinese telecommunications firm Huawei invited networking executives from some of the more than 170 countries where it does business for a two-day Global Mobile Broadband Forum. The potential buyers wandered among...
  • 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...
  • Death of American hostage in Yemen a reminder rescue missions often fail

    WASHINGTON The death of American photojournalist Luke Somers in a special forces rescue operation in Yemen on Saturday was a reminder that such high-risk missions are as likely to fail as to succeed. U.S. defense officials were trying to determine what...