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Photo: UK tabloid reporter: Phone hacking a regular tool UK tabloid reporter: Phone hacking a regular tool
Associated Press - Mon Nov 28, 2011
LONDON - A former reporter at Britain's News of the World made a rare, robust defense of phone hacking Tuesday, telling Britain's media ethics inquiry that eavesdropping on voicemails was a "perfectly acceptable tool" to help journalists uncover stories. More»

Right-Wing Editor Brags about "Infiltrating" DC Protest March
AlterNet - Sat Oct 8, 2011
Washington, DC saw not one but two major protest actions this weekend, and one of them, a peaceful march to the Air and Space Museum to protest an exhibit on unmanned drones, saw a confrontation with police that led to protesters getting pepper-sprayed. More»

Photo: Tony Blair is godfather to Rupert Murdoch's daughter and attended her baptism on banks of the River Jordan Tony Blair is godfather to Rupert Murdoch's daughter and attended her baptism on banks of the River Jordan
The Daily Mail - Sun Sep 4, 2011
Tony Blair is godparent to one of Rupert Murdoch's children, it emerged last night. More»

Photo: News of the World phone-hacking whistleblower found dead News of the World phone-hacking whistleblower found dead
The Guardian, UK - Sun Jul 17, 2011
Sean Hoare, the former News of the World showbiz reporter who was the first named journalist to allege Andy Coulson was aware of phone hacking by his staff, has been found dead, the Guardian has learned. More»

Photo: Ex-Cameron aide arrested in UK hacking scandal Ex-Cameron aide arrested in UK hacking scandal
Associated Press - Thu Jul 7, 2011
LONDON - Prime Minister David Cameron's former communications chief and an ex-royal reporter were arrested Friday in a phone hacking and police corruption scandal that has already toppled a major tabloid and rattled the cozy relationship between British politicians and the powerful Murdoch media empire. More»

Photo: ANN COULTER: Don't Believe The Experts, Radiation Is Actually GOOD For You ANN COULTER: Don't Believe The Experts, Radiation Is Actually GOOD For You
Business Insider - Thu Mar 17, 2011
Last night, Ann Coulter came on to The O'Reilly Factor and said this: "There is a growing body of evidence that radiation in excess of what the government says are the minimum amounts we should be exposed to are actually good for you and reduce cases of cancer. More»

Photo: Rush Limbaugh's 'Straight Shooter' Tucson Billboard Is Removed Rush Limbaugh's 'Straight Shooter' Tucson Billboard Is Removed
AOL - Wed Jan 12, 2011
In the wake of the Tucson, Arizona, shooting at an event hosted by Representative Gabrielle Giffords, talk radio host Rush Limbaugh has been emphatic in his assertion that he and other right-wing political figures in no way contributed to the mindset of suspected gunman Jared Loughner. More»

Viva WikiLeaks! Sicko Was Not Banned in Cuba
Michael Moore - Huffington Post - Sat Dec 18, 2010
Yesterday WikiLeaks did an amazing thing and released a classified State Department cable that dealt, in part, with me and my film, 'Sicko. More»

Photo: Actor Mark Ruffalo placed on terror watch list for supporting a documentary about gas drilling Actor Mark Ruffalo placed on terror watch list for supporting a documentary about gas drilling
The Daily Mail - Sun Nov 28, 2010
Hollywood star Mark Ruffalo has been placed on a terror watch list by US officials after organizing screenings for a new documentary about natural gas drilling. More»

Military services caution personnel against accessing WikiLeaks site
CNN - Fri Aug 6, 2010
Washington - US military personnel are being warned not to log onto the WikiLeaks website to view the tens of thousands of leaked military documents there, saying it could be considered a security violation. More»

Photo: Rare photo shows Marilyn Monroe with JFK, RFK Rare photo shows Marilyn Monroe with JFK, RFK
CNN - Mon May 31, 2010
Los Angeles, California - Marilyn Monroe's sultry rendition of "Happy Birthday" sung for President John F Kennedy's 45th birthday celebration marked the actress' last major public appearance before her mysterious death in August 1962. More»

Photo: Fox host Van Susteren asks blog readers to gauge her intelligence Fox host Van Susteren asks blog readers to gauge her intelligence
Yahoo! - Fri May 28, 2010
For journalists, hate mail comes with the territory. More»

White House targets Fox as it goes after press critics
AFP - Mon Oct 12, 2009
WASHINGTON - The White House has gone on the offensive against its critics in the press, singling out Fox News and going so far as to accuse the News Corp-owned network of waging a "war against Barack Obama". More»

Washington Post offers access: $25,000+
Politico - Wed Jul 1, 2009
For $25,000 to $250,000, The Washington Post has offered lobbyists and association executives off-the-record, non-confrontational access to "those powerful few": Obama administration officials, members of Congress, and - at first - even the paper's own reporters and editors. More»

Fox sticking with schedule instead of Obama
Associated Press - Sun Apr 26, 2009
NEW YORK - The Fox network is sticking with its regular schedule over President Barack Obama this week. More»

Suspicious powder mailed to Wall Street Journal
Associated Press - Tue Jan 20, 2009
NEW YORK - Police evacuated the newsroom and executive offices of the Wall Street Journal at the Dow Jones building Wednesday after about a dozen envelopes that contained a white powder were received. More»

Photo: Facebook's War on Nipples Facebook's War on Nipples
Time - Wed Dec 31, 2008
The breast-feeding wars have long followed a familiar pattern: A woman gets thrown off a plane for nursing her toddler; she sues Delta. More»

'Colbert,' 'SpongeBob' may go dark on Time Warner
Associated Press - Tue Dec 30, 2008
LOS ANGELES - "SpongeBob SquarePants" and Stephen Colbert's "The Colbert Report" may be getting squeezed off of Time Warner Cable. More»

AP study finds $1.6B went to bailed-out bank execs
Associated Press - Sun Dec 21, 2008
Banks that are getting taxpayer bailouts awarded their top executives nearly $1.6 billion in salaries, bonuses, and other benefits last year, an Associated Press analysis reveals. More»

Drug Maker Said to Pay Ghostwriters for Journal Articles
New York Times - Fri Dec 12, 2008
Wyeth, the pharmaceutical company, paid ghostwriters to produce medical journal articles favorable to its female hormone replacement therapy Prempro, according to Congressional letters seeking more information about the company's involvement in medical ghostwriting. More»

Photo: Tribune Co. files for bankruptcy Tribune Co. files for bankruptcy
Associated Press - Sun Dec 7, 2008
NEW YORK - Tribune Company - owner of the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, Baltimore Sun and other dailies - filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Monday, the first major newspaper publisher to take such a step since the Internet plunged the industry into a desperate struggle for survival. More»

The Miami Herald Is Said to Be for Sale
New York Times - Sat Dec 6, 2008
The McClatchy Company, burdened by debt and a steep slide in newspaper advertising, wants to sell one of its most-prized properties, The Miami Herald, according to people briefed on the company's plans. More»

Photo: Pink Floyd member Richard Wright dies Pink Floyd member Richard Wright dies
Associated Press - Sun Sep 14, 2008
LONDON - Richard Wright, a founding member of the rock group Pink Floyd, died Monday. More»

MSNBC shake-up: Olbermann and Matthews no longer anchoring
Politico - Sun Sep 7, 2008
Less than two weeks ago, MSNBC president Phil Griffin was still defending the network's anchor team to Politico, despite reports of turmoil behind-the-scenes and on-air squabbles. More»

FBI to newspapers: Sorry about your phone records
Associated Press - Fri Aug 8, 2008
FBI Director Robert Mueller has apologized to the editors of The Washington Post and The New York Times for improperly obtaining phone records of the newspapers' reporters while investigating terrorism four years ago. More»

News agency says missile-test photo digitally changed
USA Today - Sat Jul 12, 2008
An editor who transmitted an apparently doctored photo of an Iranian missile test published around the world said Thursday the gaffe shows that news organizations must be careful about using government handouts. More»

Photo: Dunkin' Donuts pulls Rachael Ray ad after complaints Dunkin' Donuts pulls Rachael Ray ad after complaints
Associated Press - Tue May 27, 2008
BOSTON - Dunkin' Donuts said today it stopped running an online advertisement featuring Rachael Ray after complaints that a fringed black-and-white scarf that the celebrity chef wore in the ad offers symbolic support for Muslim extremism and terrorism. More»

Photo: Film legend Charlton Heston dead at 84 Film legend Charlton Heston dead at 84
Associated Press - Sat Apr 5, 2008
LOS ANGELES - Charlton Heston, the Oscar winner who portrayed Moses and other heroic figures on film in the '50s and '60s and later championed conservative values as head of the National Rifle Association, has died. More»

9/11 attacks harm First Amendment
Associated Press - Wed Mar 5, 2008
WASHINGTON - The shadow of the September 11 terror attacks is eclipsing press freedom and other constitutional safeguards in the United States, Associated Press President and CEO Tom Curley said Thursday. More»

NBC reprimands employee for Obama error
Associated Press - Tue Feb 19, 2008
NEW YORK - NBC News said Tuesday it has reprimanded the employee responsible for mistakenly flashing a picture of Osama bin Laden on MSNBC as Chris Matthews talked about Barack Obama. More»

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