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  • Durst murder case: When should the media go to the police?

    It was a filmmaker, not police, who uncovered a crucial piece of evidence in the murder case against Manhattan real estate millionaire Robert Durst. The sensational small-screen moments created by HBO's "The Jinx" confronted documentarian Andrew...
  • German reporters with foreign roots fight racism in theater

    Yassin Musharbash, a leading German journalist with Jordanian roots, pulls out some recent "fan mail" and starts reading on the stage. "We want to be informed by knowledgeable compatriots, not by foreigners," the 39-year-old quotes from a letter-to-the-...
  • AP to bolster coverage, offer more affordable rates

    The Associated Press is taking steps to bolster its news coverage while also offering more affordable rates, the AP's president and CEO told a group of news executives on Tuesday. CEO and president Gary Pruitt said the AP is working to shore up its...
  • Media turns detective with 'The Jinx,' other murder cases

    Media turns detective with 'The Jinx,' other murder cases
    Robert Durst was a rich man living free despite police efforts to link him to murder. Adnan Syed was a young man imprisoned for life for killing an ex-girlfriend. Media scrutiny changed their fortunes, pushing both back into the courts: Durst is facing...
  • Congo official: US diplomat released from detention

    An American diplomat has been released after being detained in Congo during a raid in which journalists and democracy activists were also arrested, the Congolese government spokesman said Monday. Sunday's detentions come at a time of rising tension in...
  • IPI: Myanmar must investigate attacks by police on reporters

    Myanmar needs to investigate the arrests and alleged police beatings of journalists covering a demonstration against a new education bill, an international media organization said Tuesday, stressing the cycle of impunity needs to stop. The reporters...
  • Mexican journalist fired; had revealed presidential scandal

    The crusading host of Mexico's top-rated national news radio program has been fired in a case that many fear is a blow to freedom of expression. MVS Radio said Sunday that Carmen Aristegui was removed for challenging the firing of two reporters who had...
  • Windham-Mansfield edition community news

    Art and craft submissions encouraged CANTERBURY - A call for artists has been issued for the fifth annual Fine Art and Craft Exhibit and Sale at the Finnish American Heritage Society. The event will be held at the Finnish Hall, 76 N. Canterbury Road,...
  • News outlets fight to keep Massachusetts court records open

    Judges across Massachusetts are sealing court documents with increasing regularity, forcing news organizations and First Amendment groups into costly and time-consuming legal battles to ensure the basic workings of the judicial system remain public. In...
  • Charles Rowe, former Free Lance-Star editor-publisher, dies

    Charles S. Rowe, the former editor and co-publisher of The Free Lance-Star who helped lead journalism groups advocate for press freedom, has died. He was 89. Rowe died Friday at a hospital in Vero Beach, Florida, where he had a residence. He also...
  • Congo detains US diplomat with pro-democracy activists

    Congo's security forces detained a U.S. diplomat Sunday in a raid that also targeted journalists and regional democracy activists and accused them of posing a threat to stability, a government spokesman said. The diplomat "was found among a group of...