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The history detectives at the Papers of Abraham Lincoln, a project housed at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library in Springfield, have put together a story that sheds light on Abe Lincoln, political animal.
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6 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant
The Connecticut Health I-Team is offering unique, one-week workshops in journalism this July for high school students interested in refining their research and writing skills, while learning about the evolving field of journalism from award-winning writers and editors.
8 hrs ago | WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg
Ukrainian officials accused pro-Russian forces in its Crimea region of fresh bullying tactics Saturday, as about 100 armed men reportedly took control of a military office in the regional capital, Simferopol.
12 hrs ago | The Independent
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Fifty years ago, in the midst of the change and turmoil associated with the civil rights movement, the U.S. Supreme Court altered the nation's course on many issues, including the First Amendment.
This 1999 photo provided by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences shows Henry "Hank" Rieger, left, with Tom Sarnoff, former presidents of the Television Academy, at Rieger's retirement ceremony in Los Angeles.
Attorneys for the man charged with mass murder for shooting dozens of people at a Colorado movie theater have asked the U.S. Supreme Court to force a reporter to reveal confidential sources she used for a story about the massacre.
After being laid off from a corporate job, many people might use their severance money to pay bills or buy groceries.
Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan has threatened to ban Facebook and YouTube in Turkey in an attempt to stop political foes anonymously posting audio recordings purportedly exposing corruption and other malpractices in his inner circle.
When three journalists for Al Jazeera's English service were brought into an Egyptian court Wednesday, they were held in cages, a shocking image that prompted reactions including "disturbing," "heartbreaking" and "rocked."
R.B. Brenner, deputy director of the journalism program at Stanford University, will be the new director of the School of Journalism in the Moody College of Communication starting in August, according to Moody college dean Roderick Hart.
Journalist Dimos Verikios issued an apology on Thursday for making insulting comments that targeted gay writer Auguste Corteau and other homosexuals.
Nearly every local story has a global context. This is especially true when it comes to the environment, and there may be no better way to show that context than through visualization.
Rebekah Brooks was accused in court of carrying on a "cover up" over the extent of phone hacking at the News of the World.
U.S. prosecutors decided Wednesday not to pursue crucial criminal charges against journalist and activist Barrett Brown, specifically, accusations that Brown pasted a hyperlink containing hacked information into a chat room.
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