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This image made on a government-organized media tour for local journalists shows people returning to the western town of Nabek, which Syrian troops took full control of a day earlier after taking the nearby highway that links the capital, Damascus, with the central city of Homs, Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013.
When should abortion be legal?
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Ricardo Baca is trying to figure out how to cover a market that has never existed before, at least legally.
Ampp3d , Trinity Mirror's new project for "socially-shareable data journalism", launches today to "explore both the day's news agenda and a range of topics that people care passionately about", according to the site.
Just... wow. This 1939 film, written by Nunally Johnson and directed by Henry King and Irving Cummings, enjoyed the input of Jesse James' granddaughter, who served as a consultant, but that doesn't stop the film from completely re-writing the history of one of America's most famous bandits and killers.
The editor-in-chief of a popular news portal in Mali said Tuesday he took down an account of an Associated Press article detailing crimes allegedly committed by the military after receiving two threatening phone calls and an email from Mali's government.
New York's top court ruled on Tuesday that Fox News reporter Jana Winter will not have to testify in the trial of Aurora, Colo., movie-theater shooting suspect James Holmes.
"She shares a crowded, mouse-infested room with her parents and seven siblings, who sleep doubled up on torn mattresses."
Bill Jessome and his nephew Phonse, pose with Jessome's Radio Television Digital News Directors Associationof/The Electronic Journalists of Canada lifetime achievement award, in this photo from Phonse Jessome's Twitter account.
Ledger sports editor Allyus Fritz, right, speaks with a group of young sports reporters Friday at Fairfield Middle School.
Two reporters for The New York Times have sued the Department of Homeland Security after they were questioned at an airport as they headed to overseas assignments.
Plus, Georgian exports to Russia rebound after embargo ends, and Bosnian Serbs consider how to commemorate the centenary of World War I. The six men, arrested 6 November in Pristina and Gjilan, are reported to be members of a Muslim extremist group, the Muslim Believers of Tawhid and Jihad in Kosovo.
The Association of Independent Journalists of Kosovo, the Agency against Corruption and the United Nations Program for Development , on Monday gave journalism awards for stories on corruption for 2013.
There is a deeply misguided attempt to sacrifice Julian Assange, WikiLeaks, Chelsea Manning and Jeremy Hammond on the altar of the security and surveillance state to justify the leaks made by Edward Snowden.
Chinese authorities have been withholding residence visas for reporters working for The New York Times and Bloomberg in apparent retaliation for the agencies' investigative stories on wealth accumulated by leaders' families.
Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula claimed it executed yesterday's suicide assault on the Ministry of Defense in the Yemeni capital of Sana'a in an effort to strike at the US' drone program that targets AQAP leaders, operatives, and foot soldiers.
Aside from racial and ethnic slurs, there aren't many words that prompt a more immediate and visceral response than "hipster."