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  • A history of the Islamic State group amid Tikrit offensive

    The extremist Islamic State group, which now controls a third of both Iraq and Syria in its self-declared caliphate, found itself targeted in a major offensive Wednesday that saw Iraqi soldiers and allied Shiite militiamen enter the city of Tikrit....
  • Nemtsov suspect tortured, forced to confess, activist says

    The main suspect in Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov's killing has signs of torture on his body and was forced to confess to the shooting, a human rights activist said Wednesday. Investigators didn't confirm or deny the accusations made by...
  • Claude Sitton, Pulitzer-winning journalist who covered civil rights movement, dies at 89

    RALEIGH, N.C. Claude Sitton, a forceful editor who led The News & Observer from 1968 to 1990, won the Pulitzer Prize as a columnist for the paper, and as a fearless reporter for The New York Times set the standard for national coverage of the civil rights...
  • Pulitzer Prize-winner Claude Sitton dies at 89

    Journalist Claude Sitton, who set the pace for reporters covering the civil rights movement in the South in the 1950s and '60s and later won a Pulitzer Prize for distinguished commentary, died Tuesday. He was 89. Sitton's son Clint said his father died...
  • Leading civil rights reporter Claude Sitton dies at 89

    In a 1962 article, New York Times reporter Claude Sitton described a voting rights meeting at a south Georgia church that was interrupted when the sheriff and his deputies entered, demanding information. One smacked his heavy flashlight into his palm...
  • Claude Sitton dies at 89; journalist covered civil rights movement

    Claude Sitton dies at 89; journalist covered civil rights movement
    Journalist Claude Sitton, who set the pace for reporters covering the civil rights movement in the South in the 1950s and '60s and later won a Pulitzer Prize for distinguished commentary, has died. He was 89. Sitton's son Clint said his father died...
  • Gunmen kill 2 journalists in southern town in Guatemala

    Gunmen shot and killed two journalists and wounded a third Tuesday as they walked in a park in southern Guatemala, the editor of Prensa Libre newspaper said. Danilo Lopez, the local correspondent for Prensa Libre, and Federico Salazar, of Radio Nuevo...
  • Hackers attack US reporters for Ethiopian TV service

    More than a year after researchers revealed an electronic eavesdropping campaign aimed at D.C.-area journalists, the hackers are at it again. Internet watchdog group Citizen Lab said in a report published Monday that hackers who attacked a U.S....
  • Chelsea Manning's�next chapter

    Last December, when Chelsea Manning turned 27, she received birthday greetings from singer Michael Stipe, Nobel Prize winner JM Coetzee, Marxist philosopher Slavoj �i�ek, director Terry Gilliam, rapper Lupe Fiasco and Edward Snowden; not a...
  • #JoeStrong: Amanda Evans pays it forward

    #JoeStrong: Amanda Evans pays it forward
    The #JoeStrong movement will live on through the Cocktails and Chemo Foundation, former News 13 reporter Amanda Evans announced Sunday at a memorial for her husband. Joe Clark, Evans' spouse, died in November at age 31 after a long battle with colon...
  • Photographer honored by Time a painstaking documentarian of farmworkers

    FRESNO, Calif. Let's say you're at a swanky New York party and someone says, hey, I want to introduce you to Time magazine's 2014 Instagram Photographer of the Year. What flashes through your mind? Perhaps fine-dining images that make your tongue tingle...