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  • Islamic extremists seize Syrian military base, then behead captured government soldiers

    ISTANBUL Islamic extremists captured a major government military airport in Raqqa, eastern Syria, on Sunday, completing their takeover of the entire province and dealing a humiliating blow to President Bashar Assad. The victory is further evidence that...
  • Captives held by Islamic State prove tough quandary for Obama

    Captives held by Islamic State prove tough quandary for Obama
    After Islamic State's beheading of journalist James Foley, President Barack Obama's administration is making little headway in efforts to secure the release of three other Americans held by the insurgent group in Syria, officials said. Journalist...
  • China tells journalists to learn 'Marxist news values'

    BEIJING (Reuters) - China ordered its journalists on Saturday to learn "Marxist news values" and uphold the principles of news as prescribed by the ruling Communist Party, the latest step in President Xi Jinping's crackdown on the media. The guidelines...
  • Plaque to honor memory of journalist Ruben Salazar

    Ruben Salazar's journalism exposing injustices that faced Mexican Americans in Los Angeles were an inspiration in the 1960s to Chicano activists and organizers such as Rosalio Munoz. On Friday, Munoz, who helped organize the historic 1970 National...
  • Paul Greenberg: In the news

    Sometimes all it takes is a single snippet in the news to open a world of insights. Consider this small item the other day: It seems two golfers in North Union Township, Pennsylvania have been charged with assaulting each other while arguing about the...
  • Press freedom under fire in Ferguson

      Press freedom under fire in Ferguson
    Journalists in Ferguson, Mo., don't face as many risks as our colleagues in Syria, but that's not much to brag about. Hardly anything compares to the dangers journalists face in Syria, where James Foley, a freelance photojournalist for GlobalPost and...
  • My editor, my oppressor

    You have heard of me. I operate the Dullatron. I drain the life from reporters' articles. I am a copy editor, determinedly extinguishing originality as I slap a coat of battleship gray over all that is fresh and imaginative.  Or so I have heard, or...
  • Family credits Qatar for securing U.S. journalist's release in Syria

    An American journalist and author who spent almost two years in the hands of Al Qaeda-linked captors in Syria was released Sunday after a successful negotiation for which his family credits the Qatari ruling family. Exactly what, if anything, was...
  • Obama: Video of Steven Sotloff is authentic; U.S. won't be intimidated

    U.S. intelligence officials have verified the authenticity of a video showing the beheading of American journalist Steven Sotloff, President Obama said Wednesday as he declared the U.S. would “not be intimidated” by the Islamic State...
  • In the matter of USC's Josh Shaw, a leap of faith falls flat

    In the matter of USC's Josh Shaw, a leap of faith falls flat
    We so badly wanted to believe it. During a time when so many of our football players are running the streets creating chaos, we so badly wanted to believe in the one who jumped from a balcony to save a life. This was not a football player who...
  • Credibility at stake for university-run media in Josh Shaw situation

    The dramatic -- and now debunked -- tale of Josh Shaw rescuing his 7-year-old nephew from drowning didn’t originate with a newspaper or television station covering USC. Instead, six paragraphs published at 3:29 p.m. Monday on the athletic...