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  • Michelle Obama ducks photographers at Great Wall of China for toboggan run

    MUTIANYU, China Just one day after taking issue with China's "Great Firewall" of media restrictions, Michelle Obama on Sunday pulled a fast one on photographers hoping to capture something more than the predictable shot of her strolling with daughters...
  • Egyptian activist freed after 4 months in jail

    Egyptian activist freed after 4 months in jail
    CAIRO -- In a case closely watched by human rights advocates, a leading figure in Egypt’s 2011 revolution was freed on bail Sunday after spending nearly four months in jail. Alaa Abdel Fattah was arrested in late November, soon after a tough new...
  • Thanks to one student, school newspaper is reborn

      Thanks to one student, school newspaper is reborn
    At the beginning of her sophomore year in high school, Eileen O'Gorman, who is 15, had an idea so old-fashioned it was radical. She wanted to resurrect her school newspaper. Born into the Internet age, Eileen was unfazed by forecasts of the demise...
  • '60 Minutes' Producer Adrian Taylor Dies at 60

    TV news producer Adrian "Clem" Taylor, who recently won a Peabody Award for his "60 Minutes" segment about an improbable orchestra in the heart of the Congo, died Friday at age 60. Taylor had been battling pancreatic cancer since May 2013. He died at...
  • Olympic Heights High students create a daily news website

    Olympic Heights High students create a daily news website
    It's time, some students say, to bring the high school newspaper into the 21st century. The traditional student paper, published around once a month, has old news that anyone with an interest in the school community has probably already heard about or...
  • Joe McGinniss dies at 71; journalist-author wrote 'Fatal Vision'

    Joe McGinniss, the adventurous and news-making author and reporter who skewered the marketing of Richard Nixon in "The Selling of the President 1968" and tracked his personal journey from sympathizer to scourge of convicted killer Jeffrey MacDonald in the...
  • TV journalist stretches truth as a mystery writer

    Hank Phillippi Ryan may not be writing about herself in her award-winning mystery novel, "The Wrong Girl," but there are quite a few similarities between Ryan and the book's main character, Jane Ryland. Ryan and Jane are both investigative journalists....
  • New York Times veteran visits Newport

     New York Times veteran visits Newport
    For as long as Frank Bruni can remember, food has played a lead role in his life. In his Italian-American household in White Plains, N.Y., every family gathering was marked by culinary creations. He was a ravenous eater, with chubbiness to show for it....
  • Larry Burrough dies at 66; former L.A. Herald Examiner city editor

    Larry Burrough dies at 66; former L.A. Herald Examiner city editor
    Newspaper veteran Larry Burrough, who was the city editor at the Los Angeles Herald Examiner and then a deputy editor at the Orange County Register where he oversaw a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative series, died Monday in Yakima, Wash. He was 66....
  • William R. Cahill, 1921-2014

    William R. Cahill, 1921-2014
    William R. Cahill brought a respect for the precise use of English to his work as a business journalist and public relations specialist and later as a frequent letter writer to newspapers including the Tribune. Each year, Mr. Cahill would compose a...
  • Cultural production of ignorance provides rich field for study

    Robert Proctor doesn't think ignorance is bliss. He thinks that what you don't know can hurt you. And that there's more ignorance around than there used to be, and that its purveyors have gotten much better at filling our heads with nonsense. Proctor, a...