Radio and television anchors in France are no longer allowed to use the names of the social networking sites promotionally in their broadcasts.
Today is a day to celebrate, reflect and mourn.
While it may seem like everyone is breathlessly watching the Royal Wedding with all its pomp and fanfare, elsewhere in the world real news is taking place.
“I thought not only am I going to die, but it’s going to be just a torturous death that’s going to go on forever…”
— LARA LOGAN, CBS Correspondent, on her attack at the hands of a violent mob in Egypt while covering its …
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The tumult in Cairo got more press in the United States than did recent crises in Afghanistan, Iraq and Haiti, according to a new report.
Sources have told TIME Magazine that Lara Logan, chief foreign affairs correspondent for CBS News, has been detained along with her crew by Egyptian police outside Cairo’s Israeli embassy.
And now the “Countdown” begins to see where he’ll end up next.
Hopefully that headline was objective enough.
If you are a Muslim in America, be warned: apparently now even the very fact that you exist is offensive to people on September 11th.
Again, the Associated Press strikes in favor of accuracy in media narratives.
After 8 years of bringing readers “Signs of Life in Music, Film & Culture,” sources confirm that the much-loved and financially challenged Paste magazine is calling it quits.