1 hr ago | Poynter Online
"[I]t is unprecedented for the government, in an official court document, to accuse a reporter of breaking the law for conducting the routine business of reporting on government secrets." a " [T]his is the same argument the Justice Department has been using in their attempt to indict WikiLeaks and Julian Assange ," Trevor Timm writes.
5 hrs ago | The Washington Post
The upstart grocer has had to add orange juice, soy milk and other non-local items to appease customers who are not yet ready to sacrifice their creature comforts in the name of the environment.
9 hrs ago | The Washington Post
Americans are deeply divided over President Obama's ability to bring the country together in a new Washington Post-ABC News poll , the latest sign that his pledge to end decades of partisan warfare in the nation's capital is flagging.
14 hrs ago | The Orlando Sentinel
Washington Post writer Michelle Boorstein tells of the growing number of seminary graduates who have no plans to become pastors: Alethea Allen, a Virginia resident, graduated this week from Wesley Theological Seminary in Northwest Washington after years of divinity classes .
18 hrs ago | KTEN-TV Denison
As soon as I saw the tornado warnings on TV, I had to leave the office right away.
Owner Mark Warmuth has remade the historic M.E. Swing into a company that can compete in the modern coffee marketplace.
A podcast interview with John Teeuws, vice president, Pulpo Media, is available in the Podcast Section of Hispanic Marketing & Public Relations, HispanicMPR.com. During the podcast, he discusses communicating effectively with Hispanics online with Elena del Valle, host of the HispanicMPR.com podcast.
News reporter James Rosen. According to this account in the Washington Post , federal prosecutors cracked into Rosen's private Gmail accounts and even tracked his minute-by-minute movements within the State Department's headquarters on C Street in Washington .
Myanmar President Thein Sein meets in Washington today with President Barack Obama and contends in a Washington Post interview that the army he has presided over has not engaged in pogroms-contrary to multiple human rights reports.
New revelations about the manner in which President Obama's Department of Justice has pursued journalists thought to have garnered government secrets is being called not just a "war on whistleblowers," but an assault on "investigative journalism itself." President Obama and his Attorney General Eric Holder.
Of all the scandals plaguing the Obama administration, the one involving the Internal Revenue Service appears to be the one that even liberal news outlets deem serious.
Some top advisers to Hillary Clinton 's 2008 presidential campaign, including manager Patti Solis Doyle and strategist Mark Penn, say they don't intend to be part of any 2016 run by her.
Anne E. Marimow of the Washington Post alerts fellow MSMers and the public that the DoJ's AP scandal might be the tip of the iceberg, and that in spying on the press, the Justice Department "did more than obtain telephone records of a working journalist." She offers readers "a rare glimpse into the inner workings of one such [leak] probe" with ... (more)
The military that ran Burma for decades will continue to play a major role in the country, the former Burmese general who has presided over the transformation of a nation that only three years ago was considered one of the world's most repressive said Sunday.
Brittany Lofton spots them all the time: teens and college students clutching their beat-up cellphones, with screens so cracked that spider-web-like patterns creep across the glass.
It may be hard to believe, or maybe it's all too believable; but here in Washington the chattering classes are beginning to ask a question that, elsewhere in America, might seem premature: After Obama, what? Of course, since we read the Washington Post and the New York Times , we know that the Republican party, or what's left of it, is in hopeless ... (more)