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  • 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...
  • Bill O'Reilly furor: It's about professionalism

    Bill O'Reilly furor: It's about professionalism
    Bill O'Reilly has cast the controversy over his Argentina reporting as a political issue. He says his left-wing critics are coming after him. But former colleagues at CBS, where O'Reilly was working in 1982, say it's a matter of professionalism. They...
  • Living On The Edge: Adventurer Chronicles Polar Peril

    Living On The Edge: Adventurer Chronicles Polar Peril
    Editor's Note: Paul Nicklen, an internationally recognized photographer who specializes in documenting wildlife and change in the polar regions, will appear March 13 at the Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts as part of "Explorers & Adventurers:...
  • Martin Schram: Anchor adrift, questions unasked

    Martin Schram: Anchor adrift, questions unasked
    NBC News is now focusing its investigative lens on its own temporarily dropped anchor, Brian Williams. For the next six months, at least, the $10 million a year superstar of 30 Rock will be on an unpaid suspension assignment somewhere in NBC's Elba. The...
  • CBS: '60 Minutes' correspondent Bob Simon killed in crash

    CBS: '60 Minutes' correspondent Bob Simon killed in crash
     Longtime "60 Minutes" correspondent Bob Simon, who covered riots, Academy Award-nominated movies and wars and was held captive for more than a month in Iraq two decades ago, died in a car crash on Wednesday. He was 73. "CBS Evening News" anchor Scott...
  • Bob Simon: One of the greats

    Bob Simon of CBS' "60 Minutes" was a journalism giant who didn't act like a giant. His style should be taught in journalism schools everywhere. With his death at 73 Wednesday night in a car accident, TV journalism loses one of its greatest...
  • Jon Stewart changed the news while we were watching

    Jon Stewart changed the news while we were watching
    I must confess I came late to Jon Stewart. That's probably not a surprise, considering that I am not in the 18- to 34-year-old demographic that has been so slavishly devoted to him for all of his 17 years as host of The Daily Show on Comedy Central. But...
  • NBC's Brian Williams, in stunning fall from grace, gets six-month suspension

    NBC's Brian Williams, in stunning fall from grace, gets six-month suspension
    "NBC Nightly News" anchor Brian Williams was suspended for six months without pay for exaggerating his role in a helicopter incident in Iraq, marking the first time a network news anchor has been stripped of his duties. The disciplinary action Tuesday...
  • Jon Stewart is leaving 'The Daily Show' this year

    Jon Stewart is leaving 'The Daily Show' this year
     Jon Stewart, who turned his biting and free-wheeling humor into an unlikely source of news and analysis for viewers of "The Daily Show," will leave as host this year, Comedy Central said Tuesday. His departure was announced by Comedy Central...
  • 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,"...
  • 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...