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  • Many Japanese view slain hostages, Abe as troublemakers bringing insecurity to their country

    In Japan, where conformity takes precedence over individuality, one of the most important values is to avoid "meiwaku" — causing trouble for others. And sympathy aside, the two Japanese purportedly slain by the Islamic State group are now widely...
  • Family of journalist missing in Syria campaigns anew for his return

    WASHINGTON With blindfolds to symbolize the plight of captives, the parents of missing journalist Austin Tice on Thursday launched a campaign to raise awareness of his ordeal and to push for reforms to U.S. hostage policies. Marc and Debra Tice, together...
  • CBS' James Brown will receive the Sam Lacy-Wendell Smith Award

    CBS' James Brown will receive the Sam Lacy-Wendell Smith Award
    James Brown, the host of CBS' NFL pregame show "The NFL Today" since 2006 and special correspondent for CBS News, is the winner of the second-annual Sam Lacy-Wendell Smith Award. Given to a sports journalist who has made significant contributions to...
  • Stan Chambers, gentleman of the press

    Stan Chambers, gentleman of the press
    Whenever anyone used that fine old phrase “gentlemen of the press,” there was one man who came to my mind: Stan Chambers, who died Friday at the age of 91. To call him the dean of Southern California TV reporters is to lowball what he was....
  • Roy Moore, family trees, and journalism: Letters

    Roy Moore, family trees, and journalism: Letters
    Moore cartoon nonsensical What does the Sentinel's Thursday editorial cartoon mean, exactly? The editors should enlighten the rest of us by explaining in print their rationale for posting it. I think it is intended to demean Alabama Chief Justice...
  • Conservatives face bad-faith question of faith

    Conservatives face bad-faith question of faith
    At an event in London on trade policy, Scott Walker was asked about evolution. "It's almost a tradition now," the moderator said, to ask "senior Republicans" if they are "comfortable with the idea of evolution." "I'm going to punt on that one as well,"...
  • Celia Rivenbark: The truth is, I'll miss Brian Williams' hair

    Oh, I am going to miss Brian Williams, especially now that he is a five-time Grammy winner. OK, I'm kidding. The truth is I don't honestly care that Brian Williams turns out to have a small problem with "truthiness" as Stephen Colbert might say. He stole...
  • Brian Williams' fall reminds networks on cost of ignoring journalism

    Brian Williams' fall reminds networks on cost of ignoring journalism
    Suddenly, there's money on the table in the world of network news — big money, tens of millions of dollars, waiting to be scooped up, thanks to the implosion of Brian Williams. As a result, the genre usually defined by the metaphor of dinosaurs...
  • Parents of captured journalist Austin Tice aim to publicize his plight

    The parents of Austin Tice, a freelance journalist captured in Syria nearly three years ago, are launching an online ad campaign and petition drive this week aimed at revamping U.S. policies concerning Americans taken hostage overseas. Tice, 31, a...
  • Having some fun in a fake news firestorm

    More than in most weeks, journalists (or "fake" journalists) themselves were the focus of the news this week. Dozens of readers reacted seriously — that is, without any humor — to revelations┬áthat "NBC Nightly News" anchor Brian Williams had,...
  • Islamic State hostage Kayla Mueller: Parents kept excruciating secret

    Islamic State hostage Kayla Mueller: Parents kept excruciating secret
    Little by little, family by family, word began filtering out in this small town nestled against the craggy foothills north of Phoenix. It began in 2013 as an iron-clad secret tightly held by the parents of an American aid volunteer in Syria: Their...