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  1. Guest column: Bend down isn't it a pity, the Post Register left out the nit and grittyRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Post Register

    ... purchase the necessary equipment to start a publishing company so that more people could read truthful, unbiased, journalism at a fraction of the cost. How about autos at half price? Wow, I'm on to something here! The question then begs: "Why would ...

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  2. Despite challenges, still a fan of Shabbat NEWRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | New Jersey Jewish News

    Before I heard the call of Jewish journalism, I was engaged in an altogether different kind of writing, covering professional sports for several publications in the Boston area. My primary beat was the National Basketball Association in general and the Celtics in particular, though for a year I edited a weekly magazine published by The Boston Globe that also included coverage of the other local clubs - the Bruins, Red Sox, and everyone's darling, the New England Patriots.

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  3. Finance & Commerce wins six journalism awardsRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Finance and Commerce

    Finance & Commerce's editorial staff won six awards in the 2018 Page One Awards from the Minnesota chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. Staff members of the daily business news and information publication picked up awards for business reporting, enterprise/in-depth reporting, photography, headline writing and page design.

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  4. Why Turkish students are turning to speculative fictionRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | The Economist

    IN CAFES outside Istanbul University, students pore over a glossy leaflet. It is not one of the many political pamphlets being distributed ahead of the presidential and parliamentary elections on June 24th; inside are not campaign promises, but stories of fantasy fiction set in supernatural or imaginary worlds.

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  5. $PLC Forced to Cough Up Cash and Apology to Defamation VictimRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | VDARE

    It is sweet to see the evil Southern Poverty Law Center get a long overdue smackdown for its years of predatory attacks against decent persons who disagree with the leftist party line. The beneficiary is Muslim reformer Maajid Nawaz who was bashed by the Southern Povs in the 2016 hit piece Field Guide to Anti-Muslim Extremists .

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  6. Is There Such A Thing As Evil - And Is Trump It?Read the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Forward

    ... Mueller may yet tell. But a Trump hell-bent on being our Putin, our Xi Jinping, our Kim Jong-un? Professional journalism is a beautiful thing, but in the battle for control of the American narrative, maybe the prestige press should bring more than a ...

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  7. Why Is Blackface Controversial? Just Look at Its HistoryRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | How Stuff Works

    It's 1889. Missouri newspaper editor Chris Rutt and his friend Charles Underwood have created the world's first pancake ready-mix, but they need a scheme to sell it.

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  8. Register wins Silver Award for best real estate section in U.S.Read the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | The Wave

    The Orange County Register's real estate team won six awards in the National Association of Real Estate Editors' 2018 journalism awards competition, including a second-place Silver Award for Best Real Estate or Home Section by a daily U.S. newspaper. It was the fifth time in the past eight years the Register Real Estate section won top honors in the group's news contest, recognizing the contributions of Southern California News Group Business Editor Samantha Gowen, along with staff writers Marilyn Kalfus, Jonathan Lansner, Jeff Collins and Hannah Madans.

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  9. Trump's Draconian Immigration Policies Highlight Obama's MisstepsRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | New York Magazine

    In late May, before the uproar over the Trump administration's family separations policy had reached fever pitch, several prominent journalists and activists tweeted disturbing photos published in the Arizona Republic from a facility that allegedly housed minors who had been wrenched from their parents. The pictures showed children, covered only in a thin layer of aluminum foil, sleeping in cages.

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  10. Review: "Shark Drunk," by Morten StrA ksnesRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | New Yorker

    When you purchase something using affiliate links on our site, The New Yorker may earn a portion of the sales revenue, which helps to support our journalism. Morten StrA ksnes's book " Shark Drunk ," from 2015, which was translated into English, by Tiina Nunnally, in 2017, has won a clutch of awards in his native Norway, but I'm still waiting for its acceptance into the pantheon of all-time great subtitles-surely "The Art of Catching a Large Shark from a Tiny Rubber Dinghy in a Big Ocean" deserves a nod.

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  11. Seymour Hersh on Torture at Abu Ghraib & Secret U.S. Assassination ProgramsRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Democracy Now

    He was awarded the Pulitzer Prize as a freelancer in 1970 for his exposA of the My Lai massacre in Vietnam. His memoir is just out, titled Reporter: A Memoir .

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  12. Sy Hersh: I Knew Richard Nixon Beat His Wife in 1974, But Did Not Report the StoryRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Democracy Now

    He was awarded the Pulitzer Prize as a freelancer in 1970 for his exposA of the My Lai massacre in Vietnam. His memoir is just out, titled Reporter: A Memoir .

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  13. Remembering the My Lai Massacre: Seymour Hersh on Uncovering the Horrors of Mass Murder in VietnamRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Democracy Now

    In 1970, Seymour Hersh won the Pulitzer Prize for his reporting on how the U.S. slaughtered more than 500 Vietnamese women, children and old men in the village of My Lai on March 16, 1968. The event became known as the My Lai massacre.

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  14. Seymour Hersh: Media Today Must Cover Yemen & Trump Policy, Not Get Distracted by TweetsRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Democracy Now

    "Our Country's biggest enemy is the Fake News," President Trump tweeted last week, in his latest attack on the nation's press. A week earlier, federal prosecutors revealed they had secretly captured years' worth of phone and email data from journalist Ali Watkins, who broke several high-profile stories related to the Senate Intelligence Committee.

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  15. CPJ Urges Russia To 'Carefully Investigate' Stabbing Of Jailed Blog EditorRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Weekday Magazine

    The Committee to Protect Journalists has urged Russian authorities to "carefully investigate" the circumstances behind injuries sustained by a blog editor while in detention. In a June 19 statement, the New York-based media watchdog also reiterated its call on the authorities to immediately release Aleksandr Valov and to ensure that he receives necessary medical care.

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  16. Find out what to do this summer on Brooklyn Paper RadioRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Brooklyn Paper

    ... and producer Johnny, much to their chagrin. "Well, you know DiMiceli took me off the scrapheap of New York City Journalism," Kuntzman deadpanned. "He deserves the coffee." Given DiMiceli's place in Kuntzman's long career in New York journalism , ...

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  17. Adirondack Daily Enterprise: Quality journalism isna t freeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Watertown Daily Times

    As you read the stories and columns in today's Enterprise, we'd like to remind you that our service isn't free. You already know this if you've purchased a print copy, but if you're reading this online, as many people do, it's worth the reminder.

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  18. A Weird Lump on a Woman's Face Turned Out to Be a Worm Crawling Under Her SkinRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Live Science

    ... according to the new report. Rachael has been with Live Science since 2010. She has a masters degree in journalism from New York University's Science, Health and Environmental Reporting Program. She also holds a Bachelor of Science in molecular ...

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  19. Concordia Launches Investigative Journalism InstituteRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Link

    With a focus on public service journalism, the institute will look to address Canada's increasing problem with news poverty, said Patti Sonntag, the recently named director of the institute and former managing editor of the news services division of The New York Times . "Canada is experiencing, because of its low population density, an especially steep decline in its industry," she said.

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  20. Democrats recall visiting border facilities: 'It did confirm my worst fears'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Yahoo!

    Two senators who visited the U.S. border with Mexico last weekend described a chaotic and confusing situation meant, in their estimation, to deter asylum seekers from nations like Honduras and El Salvador from accessing legal ports of entry. , at which point they are apprehended, with children separated from parents, according to a new Trump administration policy.

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