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By JACK HITT - APRIL 15, 2016
A former 1960s bondage-film actress is waging legal combat with a toy company for ownership of her husband’s mail-order aquatic-pet empire.
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An Inside Look at Anonymous, the Radical Hacking Collective
Anonymous has targeted Middle Eastern dictators, the Church of Scientology, PayPal, and the Ferguson police. Does it do more harm than good?
Murrow College to name building for alumnus Keith Jackson - WSU News
PULLMAN, Wash. – The Edward R. Murrow College of Communication will name its broadcast building in honor of journalist and sports broadcasti
Sherwood Anderson Has Some Notes on Ohio to Share with LeBron James
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What’s more rare — a unicorn or an Al Jazeera America viewer?
America hasn't exactly snubbed Al Jazeera America. The rebuke has been more akin to a shrug.
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