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Freedom of the Press

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  • Europe court ruling reboots Web privacy rules for Google, others

    In a sweeping ruling, Europe's highest court placed unprecedented power in the hands of consumers to determine what personal information can be displayed in Web search engine results. The so-called "right to be forgotten" case specifically targeted...
  • Searching For E.B. White's Peaceful Maine And Bear Spring Camps

    ROME, MAINE — When I pulled off I-95 near Augusta, Maine, I needed gas and caffeine. But something else was even more pressing. The cover of E.B. White's book "One Man's Meat" that I had torn off and affixed to my passenger seat was falling off....
  • Of course the governor's race is depressing in one-party Maryland [Letter]

    Of course the governor's race is depressing in one-party Maryland [Letter]
    Of course there is no real discourse or difference between the gubernatorial candidates for Maryland, for the press refuses to recognize parties other than the Democrats ("Back seat bickering," April 22). This is what you get in a "one party state": six...
  • Killing of Americans at Kabul hospital highlights foreigners' risk

    KABUL, Afghanistan — The fatal shooting of three Americans in a charity hospital Thursday punctuated a dismal new trend that has emerged in the waning months of the U.S.-led war in Afghanistan: Just as many foreign civilians are being killed as...
  • Iran's president faces pressure from all sides

    Nine months after taking office, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani finds himself under pressure from both his reformist supporters and hard-line conservatives as efforts to spur political change and economic progress have stumbled. Rouhani has faced a...
  • What about Donald Sterling's First Amendment rights? [Letter]

    Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling may be a lot of things, probably negative to most people, but first and foremost he is a citizen of the United States. If a person is engaged in an intimate or personal conversation, he would presume that it is...
  • Comcast to swap customers with Charter in an effort to ease TWC deal

    Cable companies Comcast Corp. and Charter Communications have agreed to a complex $19.5-billion deal to divvy up subscribers — including parts of Los Angeles, Riverside and Ventura counties. Comcast is already attempting to take over Time Warner...
  • European official decries separatist violence in eastern Ukraine

    As pro-Russia separatists clubbed their way into another regional government headquarters in eastern Ukraine on Tuesday, a top official of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe appealed for restoration of the "rule of law" and the...
  • Militants take another Ukraine city; EU adds to Russia blacklist

    The European Union added 15 names to its list of those sanctioned in response to worsening violence in Ukraine, where separatists clubbed their way into control of another regional government headquarters Tuesday. The EU blacklist, enacted more than a...
  • Entertainment Education: America's Film School Programs

    American Film Institute, Los Angeles Graduate students in AFI's production-based program make 4-10 films in two years under the guidance of master filmmakers led by artistic director James L. Brooks. AFI alumni number 4,500, with an impressive 81% of them...
  • Would Justice Stevens allow 'reasonable' limits on a free press?

    Would Justice Stevens allow 'reasonable' limits on a free press?
    Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, one of the most active nonagenarians in American public life, is being widely praised for his testimony this week before a congressional committee. To the delight of critics of Citizens United, Stevens told...