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Freedom of the Press

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  • Review: 'American Crucifixion' by Alex Beam

    Review: 'American Crucifixion' by Alex Beam
    In 1844, when Illinois was the wild, wild west, an armed mob stormed a jailhouse and assassinated an American religious leader. And got away with it. The story of Mormon founder Joseph Smith's death 170 years ago receives a fascinating retelling in...
  • Red Wings' Daniel Alfredsson, 41, sets example for younger teammates

    Daniel Alfredsson has an enthusiasm that teammates have come to love, and rely upon. He's a leader for them, something of a playoff linchpin, and one of the reasons the Red Wings feel good about themselves as they engage the Boston Bruins in the first...
  • Weibo debut highlights complicated dance with Chinese censors

    SAN FRANCISCO/HONG KONG (Reuters) - Weibo Corp executives on Thursday toasted the Chinese social media firm's debut at Nasdaq's New York headquarters. Hours earlier in Beijing, Charles Xue, a Chinese-American venture capitalist and prominent Weibo user,...
  • Judge refuses to tell drivers to park recalled GM vehicles

    A Texas federal district judge has denied a motion that would force owners to stop driving more than 2 million General Motors Co. small cars under recall for defective ignition switches. The motion, filed by lawyer Bob Hilliard of Corpus Christi, Texas,...
  • Settlement sought in free speech case by Christian student at TNCC

    Settlement sought in free speech case by Christian student at TNCC
    HAMPTON — The Virginia Community College System will suspend its policy for on-campus student expression as it works to settle a lawsuit filed in March by an evangelical Christian student at Thomas Nelson Community College. The 23-member community...
  • Journalist group calls for release of jailed Cuban reporter

    MIAMI Cuban authorities should immediately free a journalist jailed for reporting on a case of alleged police abuse involving a man bitten by a police dog, the Paris-based Reporters Without Frontiers (RWF) said Thursday. Juliet Michelena Diaz, 32, was...
  • Drew Sharp: It's early, but Tigers' warts starting to show

    DETROIT A young season often hides blemishes. Concealment attracts contentment. If you can't see it, why worry about it? And you fool yourself into believing that a problem doesn't exist. That's why the Tigers are fortunate that they've only scored a...
  • China releases blogger on bail, jails another amid rumor crackdown

    BEIJING (Reuters) - A Chinese-American venture capitalist known for his controversial blogs has been released on bail after nearly eight months in detention because of a "serious illness", Beijing police said amid a crackdown on online dissent. Charles...
  • Sideline Chatter: NBA tradition a bust

    Sideline Chatter: For the first time ever, the high-profile Celtics, Lakers and Knicks all missed the playoffs this season. Or as it's known among NBA accountants, a triple-trouble. Working on a 1-hitter Marlins pitcher Brad Hand enters home games...
  • Mayor asks blogger to apologize for Hitler reference

    Costa Mesa Mayor Jim Righeimer during Tuesday's council meeting demanded an apology from a local blogger who posted online comments comparing the way he runs the city to Adolf Hitler. Eastside resident Geoff West alluded to the Nazi dictator in an April...
  • Money talks in politics

    On April 2, the Supreme Court took away the power of our votes with its decision to eliminate limits on how much money an individual can donate to political campaigns. The justices claimed it was an issue of free speech. If so, then donations to PACs,...