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  • Egypt police says it has arrested critical journalist

    Egypt has arrested a journalist on claims he is wanted in seven different cases — just days after he published a series of critical articles about the police. The country's Ministry of Interior announced Sunday in a statement on its Facebook page...
  • Syed case and S.C. shooting show nonjournalists, pros working the same ground

    Syed case and S.C. shooting show nonjournalists, pros working the same ground
    The past week has been a lesson in journalistic humility for me. After a career of thinking and writing about how the kind of mainstream journalistic institutions at which I worked set the local and national agenda, I had a moment of clarity with a...
  • Sanctions-strapped Russia outguns the US in information war

    WASHINGTON The troubled U.S. agency responsible for delivering news around the world is being outgunned in Eastern Europe by Russian outlets unrestrained by notions of fact-based journalism. The unequal competition raises fears among U.S. officials...
  • David Laventhol dies at 81; publisher during L.A. Times expansion

    David Laventhol dies at 81; publisher during L.A. Times expansion
    David Laventhol, an editor and publisher who helped create the innovative Style section of the Washington Post and launch New York Newsday and guided the Los Angeles Times during a period of expansion in the early 1990s, has died. He was 81. Laventhol,...
  • Book Events: Avon Comic Convention; Spoken Word At MCC

    Book Events: Avon Comic Convention; Spoken Word At MCC
    AvonCon, a Comic Convention presented by Avon Library, will offer free workshops and talks for kids and adults about many aspects of comic books and graphic novels at the library, 281 Country Club Road, Avon on Saturday, April 18, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m....
  • Reporter subpoenaed to testify, give notes in murder case

    A reporter for a northern Indiana newspaper has been subpoenaed to testify and turn over interview notes and recordings as part of story she wrote about a homicide investigation. The Elkhart Truth (http://bit.ly/1yiCzqe ) reports that its crime and...
  • Sam Shepard's 'Buried Child' rises in West Palm Beach

    Sam Shepard's 'Buried Child' rises in West Palm Beach
    A decrepit and decayed mist hangs over "Buried Child" at Palm Beach Dramaworks in West Palm Beach. You can sense it even before the Pulitzer Prize-winning Sam Shepard play starts in earnest. Even before the house lights dim in the theater, Dodge (Rob...
  • The Jean Knows Cars review: 2015 Range Rover Supercharged LWB a worthy update of a legendary SUV

    JeanKnowsCars.com I am a member of a most fortunate generation of automotive journalists: We're the ones who were on the ground floor of Land Rover's official entry into the United States in 1987. The venerable British company was represented by one...
  • Al-Jazeera journalist Mohamed Fahmy signs book deal

    Al-Jazeera English journalist Mohamed Fahmy, who remains in Egypt on bail while awaiting trial on terror charges, has signed a book deal. Fahmy, a naturalized Canadian born in Egypt, and two other journalists were arrested in 2013 and charged with...
  • Longtime Philadelphia sportswriter Stan Hochman dies at 86

    STAN HOCHMAN was a people person. Wrote about them. Cared about them. So it's not surprising the Brooklyn native ended up at the People Paper. Hochman's storied career at the Philadelphia Daily News began when he was hired to cover the Phillies on...
  • Rolling Stone's journalistic credibility is called into question

    Rolling Stone's journalistic credibility is called into question
    The implosion of a Rolling Stone story describing an alleged rape at the University of Virginia has dealt yet another blow to the American press, which was already held in suspicion and low regard among much of the nation's reading public. The article...