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  • 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...
  • David Carr dies at 58; sharp, irreverent New York Times writer

    David Carr dies at 58; sharp, irreverent New York Times writer
    David Carr, a New York Times reporter and columnist known for his irreverent, penetrating takes on the news business and the disruptions wrought by the Internet, died Thursday. He was 58. Carr collapsed at the newspaper's offices in Manhattan and died...
  • Famed New York Times media columnist David Carr dies at age 58

    Famed New York Times media columnist David Carr dies at age 58
    Media columnist David Carr, who wrote the Media Equation column for The New York Times and penned a memoir about his fight with drug addiction, collapsed at his office and died on Thursday. He was 58. Just hours before his death he had moderated a...
  • Correction: Obit-Carr story

    In some versions of a story Feb. 13 about the death of media columnist David Carr, The Associated Press erroneously reported the name of the college at Boston University at which Thomas Fiedler is the dean. He is the dean of the College of Communication,...
  • Medical examiner to look into death of NY Times' David Carr

    The city medical examiner's office said Friday that it plans to look into the death of New York Times media columnist David Carr, who collapsed just hours after moderating a "Times Talks" conversation with Edward Snowden, director Laura Poitras and...
  • More journalism organizations endorse freelancer protections

    More global journalism organizations signed on Friday to protections for freelance and local correspondents who face increasingly deadly dangers in the field. The Guardian News and Media group, Newsweek and the National Union of Journalists of the...
  • Review: 'Jam on the Vine' by LaShonda Katrice Barnett

    Review: 'Jam on the Vine' by LaShonda Katrice Barnett
    So many historical novels read like connect-the-dots puzzles or costume dramas, so one that is fresh, original and time-travels to an undiscovered past is a real discovery. In her debut novel, "Jam on the Vine," LaShonda Katrice Barnett focuses on how...
  • AP News in Brief at 9:58 p.m. EST

    New peace deal reached for eastern Ukraine; Cease-fire on Sunday but questions remain The peace deal reached Thursday for Ukraine, if it holds, would be a partial win for both Moscow and Kiev: Ukraine retains the separatist eastern regions and regains...
  • Brian Williams suspended for it, but everybody embellishes

    Brian Williams had been a trusted voice in news for decades, until questions arose last week about his credibility when he admitted he embellished a story he covered in Iraq. Some speculate that the NBC news anchor started telling tall tales to appear...
  • Canadian Al-Jazeera journalist Fahmy released from prison

    Canadian Al-Jazeera journalist Mohamed Fahmy was released from an Egyptian jail Friday, after spending more than a year in prison on terror-related charges in a case that was denounced as a sham by rights groups and the international community. He was let...