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  • A&E Sets 2-Year Deal for Critics' Choice Movie and TV Award Shows

    A&E Network has cut a two-year deal with the Broadcast Film Critics Association and the Broadcast Television Journalists Association to carry the Critics' Choice film and TV kudocasts in 2015 and 2016. The separate kudocasts most recently aired on the...
  • Syrian resettlement to US limited by security issues, process

    WASHINGTON When news broke that a gunman was on the loose in the Navy Yard area last year, fear swept though the D.C. area. But when Ahmad Beetar, a Syrian immigrant, was asked to stay home, he refused. "If there was just one sniper in my neighborhood...
  • After 20 years covering West Coast, Bill Whitaker goes to '60 Minutes'

    After 20 years covering West Coast, Bill Whitaker goes to '60 Minutes'
    After more than 20 years and 2,000 stories out of the West for CBS News, veteran broadcaster Bill Whitaker has been lured back East by "60 Minutes." The Emmy-winning journalist, who has covered Mitt Romney's 2008 presidential campaign, the Fukushima...
  • For Jeremy Renner, 'Kill the Messenger' is a story that had to be told

    By Patricia Reaney NEW YORK, Oct. 7 (Reuters) - Whether it's a serial killer, a bomb disposal expert or an investigative journalist in the political thriller movie "Kill the Messenger," actor Jeremy Renner likes playing dark characters and ordinary men...
  • Veteran newsman Alan Cherry dies at 59

    Veteran newsman Alan Cherry dies at 59
    In a career spanning three decades, reporter and editor Alan Cherry chronicled momentous changes throughout Broward County. While earning a reputation for compassion, he never hesitated to tweak the nose of authority. Mr. Cherry died early Monday at...
  • Iran releases journalist, American husband still in jail

    DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran has released an Iranian journalist on bail after more than two months held without charge, but her husband, a dual nationality Iranian-American who reports for the Washington Post, remains in jail, her family said on Monday....
  • Review: 'Under This Beautiful Dome' by Terry Mutchler

    Review: 'Under This Beautiful Dome' by Terry Mutchler
    Illinois' capital city swells when the Legislature is in session, filled with lawmakers, staffers, journalists and lobbyists working hard and often playing hard in a place where rumors swirl and alcohol flows freely. It was into this world that Terry...
  • In death, 'Baby Doc' Duvalier cheated justice, victims say

    ?CAP-HAITIEN, Haiti When Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier made a surprising return to Haiti in 2011 after a quarter-century in exile, some hoped the aging dictator would finally have to answer for the abuses of his regime. During his 15-year rule,...
  • Gary Sinise, Alan Greenspan: Sunday guests

    Gary Sinise, Alan Greenspan: Sunday guests
    The Sunday morning guest list: The headliner on ABC's "This Week" will be Dr. Tom Frieden, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The program starts at 11 a.m. on WFTV-Channel 9. The panel will be Van Jones, co-host of CNN's...
  • St. Louis County police to command protest detail in Ferguson, Mo.

    FERGUSON, Mo. St. Louis County police have taken over command of officers monitoring protests in Ferguson, at the request of city officials. "This is not an indictment of the way Ferguson has handled the situation," county Police Chief Jon Belmar said in...
  • American cameraman for NBC News diagnosed with Ebola in Liberia

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - An American freelance cameraman working for NBC News in Liberia has tested positive for Ebola, the network said on Thursday, making him the fifth citizen of the United States and its first journalist known to have contracted the...