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  • Iran indicts Washington Post reporter on unspecified charges

    A Washington Post journalist detained for almost six months in Iran has been indicted on unspecified charges, the country’s official news agency said Wednesday. The case against Jason Rezaian, the Post’s Tehran bureau chief, is in the hands...
  • As Bill Moyers retires, we lose a friend

    As Bill Moyers retires, we lose a friend
    After more than 40 years on the air, Bill Moyers has turned off his microphone. While the longtime face of public broadcasting had threatened to retire in the past, this time he has assured us that we have heard his final farewell. His voice and regular...
  • Saudi Arabia's brutal punishment of a dissident

    Saudi Arabia's brutal punishment of a dissident
    Last Friday, as the world's attention was riveted on the terrorists who murdered French journalists for publishing cartoons and texts lampooning Islam and the Prophet Muhammad, a 30-year-old Saudi Arabian father of three was brought in shackles to the...
  • Jews, atheists, a Muslim: A look at the 17 victims of the French terrorist attacks

    Jews, atheists, a Muslim. Cartoonists, police officers, shoppers. They are among the 17 victims killed in the terrorist attacks last week in France. Brothers Said and Cherif Kouachi killed 12 in a massacre that started at the satirical weekly Charlie...
  • James Corden ready to throw himself into 'Late Late Show' role

    James Corden clearly charmed the room in addressing journalists at the TV Critics Assn. tour Monday, despite offering no details about his plans for CBS' "The Late Late Show," which he'll begin hosting on March 23. "We literally know nothing. It's...
  • Gilbert L. 'Gil' Watson III

    Gilbert L. 'Gil' Watson III
    Gilbert L. "Gil" Watson III, a former longtime Baltimore Sun editor who led the metropolitan staff during a period of groundbreaking watchdog reporting in the 1980s and 1990s and also was assistant managing editor of Sunday and daily features, died...
  • In Paris' aftermath, journalists proclaim: 'We are all Charlie'

    By Connie Schultz This terrible thing happened. Three hooded men armed with Kalashnikov assault rifles seized a magazine newsroom in Paris on Wednesday and murdered many of the journalists meeting there. At least 12 people are dead; at least 11 others...
  • Rude and crude French cartoonists died for our freedom

    Rude and crude French cartoonists died for our freedom
    I have received many messages of solidarity from friends and readers in the couple of days since Islamic terrorists stormed into the Paris office of the satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo, and murdered 12 people, including several cartoonists. One friend...
  • White House: We were wrong on Paris rally

    WASHINGTON Under fire for seemingly snubbing one of its closest allies, the White House conceded Monday that it should have sent a high-ranking U.S. official to Paris over the weekend to demonstrate U.S. support in the wake of last week's terrorist...
  • A student thanks journalists

    As a journalism student at DePaul University, primed to graduate in June and get set loose on this chaotic world, I must say I have never been more proud to be a journalist. It’s a rough and violent time for journalists across the globe. The...
  • Home, office of controversial Hong Kong media mogul attacked

    Unidentified attackers hurled Molotov cocktails at the home and office of a vocal anti-Communist media mogul early Monday, the latest in a string of attacks aimed at media figures in the semi-autonomous Chinese territory. No injuries were reported in...