The Wall Street Journal covers a story RAW STORY broke 3 months ago—without attribution—about how a onetime press aide to US Rep. Tom DeLay (R-TX) unraveled the house of cards that was Jack Abramoff and his partner Michael Scanlon. "The engag
"Mr. Bovard leaves out is that these Founding fathers were suspicious of untrammelled democracy itself." ---- I am perplexed by this comment, since the book is chock-full of references to how the Founding Fathers sought to restrict governme
State prosecutors seized four computers from a newsroom as part of a grand jury probe into whether a county coroner gave reporters his password to a secure law enforcement Web site, the newspaper said.
Newspaper publisher McClatchy Co. said it would buy larger rival Knight-Ridder Inc. for $4.5 billion in cash and stock, ending a search that put a spotlight on the health of the struggling US newspaper industry.
BEIJING, March 2 -- The Sin City star, Jessica Alba has threatened to sue Playboy magazine for using her image for commercial purposes without her consent and causing "immeasurable harm" to her reputation and career.
In a move virtually without precedent locally, the Phoenix Society of Professional Journalists chapter staged a meeting to examine, "Why Journalists Get It Wrong," at a quiet private location in the northeast valley.
A veteran journalist stood trial in the final step in a retaliation campaign launched after a Communist Party official gained national fame by publicly denouncing his superiors for condoning and covering up corruption.
The Arizona Republic is going to spare you the hassle of wading through every possible online information stream on Arizona politics for news about our state. They'll use their good judgment to point you to what you need to know.
Within a week we'll know what this feature will be used for :)
The walkout rasied the stakes in the ongoing battle between Chinese journalists and their political masters, who are keen to keep control over the written word. Chinese newspapers and magazines remain entirely in state hands, but the Internet has pro
At some point, Farris Hassan, a 16-year-old from Florida, realized that traveling to Iraq by himself was not the safest thing he could have done with his Christmas vacation. And he didn't even tell his parents.
According to multiple NY Times sources, the decision to move forward with the story was accelerated by the forthcoming publication of Mr. Risen’s book, State of War: The Secret History of the CIA and the Bush Administration.
Peter Ferrara has admitted taking payments from Washington lobbyist Jack Abramoff, a key figure in a growing probe into payments to members of Congress who has already been indicted for fraud in the purchase of a casino cruise line in Florida.
Jack Anderson, the Pulitzer Prize-winning muckraking columnist who struck fear into the hearts of corrupt or secretive politicians, inspiring Nixon operatives to plot his murder, has died at 83. The pill finally worked Liddy.
A NY Times report which reveals the White House engaged in warantless domestic spying, the New York Times reveals that it held the story for a full year at the request of the Bush Administration
Mr. Rumsfeld who, in 2003, signed a classified document called the “Information Operations Roadmap,” which “accelerated ‘a plan to advance the goal of information operations as a core military competency.’”
This morning, Rational Review reports the untimely death of (Bill) R.W. Bradford, publisher of Liberty magazine. He was 58 and had fought heroically against cancer for many months.
The internet entrepreneur Craig Newmark, whose Craigslist site provided a hugely successful free alternative to classified advertising, has trained his sights on the old-fashioned newspaper industry. A groundswell of distrust for reporters -- ordinar
Cindy Sheehan? George Bush?
A federal judge found Washington Post reporter Walter Pincus in civil contempt for refusing to disclose names of sources in the case of Wen Ho Lee, the former Los Alamos nuclear scientist once suspected of espionage.
Judith Miller, the mousy Bush Administration propaganda mouthpiece forced to retire from The NY Times, is hardly an anomaly. American journalism is contaminated by widespread institutional corruption. Coming on the heels of the same paper's humil
New York Times reporter Judith Miller, hailed by her editors as a champion of press freedom but later criticized in the pages of her own newspaper for her prewar reports on Iraq, will leave the paper, The New York Times said on Wednesday.
Four Times reporters told RAW STORY Wednesday that word around the newsroom is that Miller exited the paper with a “high six figure” retirement package. A Times spokeswoman said terms of the Miller’s exit package could not be disclosed.
Average weekday circulation at U.S. newspapers fell 2.6 percent during the six month-period. This is a years-long trend of falling circulation at daily newspapers as more people, especially young adults, turn to the Internet for news.
The Phoenix-based alternative news chain started by angry college students in the 1970s stands at the brink of taking over the Village Voice, the venerable, liberal New York weekly considered the granddaddy of alternative newspapers, which is celebra
NY Times, Miller Fight Over CIA Leak Probe. Finger pointing, lame excuses and frankly the same old pathetic newsroom publishing. But fun to read about, except for the dead and destruction and debt.
Asian contenient nations at bottom for freedom of the press. USA falling rapidly in ranking (44th place). [I didn't even know we had a press.]
According to an editor at the Times, Miller had helped negotiate her own embedding agreement with the Pentagon—an agreement so sensitive that, according to one Times editor, Rumsfeld himself signed off on it
Signs of trouble and Judy Miller were like Mary and her little lamb. Everywhere that Judy went, a flashing warning sign was sure to follow.
Who will refuse to be a lickspittle reporter?