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JFK legacy knows no bounds; and the conspiracy theories go even farther and further.
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Risk Of Falling Trees Shutters Northwest Camping Areas
Forest managers in western Washington and northern Idaho will be closing some popular camping areas this year. They say nearby trees are inf
Greenwald vs Keller - adversarial journalism vs mainstream journalism
Roy Greenslade on the debate about the differing virtues of 'objective' reporting and 'activist' journalism
Brains Hardwired to Accept Celebrity Health Advice
The human brain may be hardwired to trust the health advice that celebrities dole out, researchers say.
Jaron Lanier: The Internet destroyed the middle class
Kodak employed 140,000 people. Instagram, 13. A digital visionary says the Web kills jobs, wealth -- even democracy
Werner Herzog Reads From Cormac McCarthy’s All the Pretty Horses
Roughly since the 2005 release of his widely seen documentary Grizzly Man, Werner Herzog has come into great demand.
Werner Herzog directs documentary about texting and driving
The video, "From One Second To The Next," was commissioned by cell phone carrier AT&T and released Aug. 7. By Wednesday, it already had amas
Marketers, These Eye-Popping Stats Will Make You Stop Chasing Youth, Sta...
Baby boomers control 70 of American's disposable income yet only 5 of advertising is geared toward their age group. Why Read on for more com
Outsourcing Journalism 101: NewsU’s Experiment Falters, But Signals a Ch...
Most journalism professors are probably familiar with the Poynter Institute’s News University, an online training ground of webinars and sel
NPR's Scott Simon Tweets Mother's 'Last Great Performance'
NPR host Scott Simon touched the hearts of millions this week by tweeting messages of love for his mother during her final days. Some though
Special Report: How the Pentagon's payroll quagmire traps America's sold...
EL PASO, Texas (Reuters) - As Christmas 2011 approached, U.S. Army medic Shawn Aiken was once again locked in desperate battle with a formid