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  • Journalist to face court after Paris drone incident

    An Al-Jazeera journalist will face court for illegally flying a drone in Paris, amid a spate of drone flyovers that have confounded French authorities amid heightened security concerns. The Paris prosecutor's office says three journalists for Qatar-based...
  • Gannett Louisiana appoints New Jersey newsman top editor

    Gannett Louisiana has named a longtime New Jersey newsman as its vice president of news and the executive editor of the Daily Advertiser. James Flachsenhaar's (FLACK'-sin-haar) appointment was announced on Wednesday (http://bit.ly/1GxH3Zz). He now serves...
  • Dori Maynard, journalist and diversity champion, dies at 56

    OAKLAND, Calif. Dori J. Maynard, a journalist and longtime champion of diversity in news coverage and among the people who report the news, died Tuesday at her West Oakland home, friends and family said. Maynard was 56. The cause of her death was...
  • 2015 Scholarships

    2015 Scholarships
    Scholarships 2015 Flawless Scholarship Slam Current or former high school students who is currently attending or will attend will attend a college within the US or its territories. To enter, register as part of the powerpoetry.org community and add your...
  • Longtime Tennessee journalist Kent Flanagan dies at 69

    Kent Flanagan, a longtime journalist and open government advocate who spent 21 years as Tennessee's bureau chief for The Associated Press, died Wednesday. He was 69. Flanagan's wife, Janet, said he died at home Wednesday after a long illness. Flanagan...
  • AP News in Brief at 5:58 p.m. EST

    Representatives grill Kerry on aspects of Iran nuclear negotiations Secretary of State John Kerry played defense Wednesday on Capitol Hill, fielding dozens of questions from lawmakers worried about what Iran could get in a deal being negotiated to...
  • Diversity champ Dori J. Maynard changed American journalism

    When Dori J. Maynard was asked what her middle initial "J'' stood for, she didn't miss a beat in answering. "Journalism," she replied. Her middle name was really Judith, but the response was still appropriate. For Maynard, journalism wasn't just a...
  • With Lou Reed, any interview could be a battle

    "Lou Reed: The Last Interview and Other Conversations"; Melville House (128 pages, $15.95) When I saw the latest entrant in Melville House's "Last Interview" series, I almost did a spit take. In a series that offers the thoughtful, provocative and...
  • Veteran journalist Galofaro joins AP Louisville bureau

    The Associated Press has named Claire Galofaro, a veteran newspaper reporter who has covered criminal justice and social service issues, as its administrative correspondent for Kentucky and Tennessee. She will be based in her hometown of Louisville....
  • European court backs Swiss reporters' use of hidden cameras

    Four Swiss journalists have won a case before the European Court of Human Rights over their use of hidden cameras. The reporters had used the cameras as part of a 2003 investigative documentary about misleading advice provided by insurance brokers....
  • In US-Cuba thaw, widow fights to bring home 'yanqui comandante'

    President Barack Obama's action to thaw diplomatic relations with Cuba may be on the verge of showing its first concrete result: a successful conclusion to a five-decade campaign to retrieve the body of William Morgan, the "yanqui comandante" who helped...