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113 Journalists Surveyed on Why They’re So Despised

We sent the following navel-gazing questionnaire to 113 colleagues working in print, television, and digital media, asking that they use the opportunity to air their grievances and bare their souls, ... read more

Does Obama need to order a 'surge' in Libya? U.S. official warns billion-dollar mission is settling into a stalemate that isn't hurting Gaddafi

Libyan officials took journalists ... Clearly they're not sure they can work it out at the moment. And the longer it takes to work it out, the more awkward it starts to look for the United States. ... read more

Journey To Aleppo Part II: The Syria Civil Defense & Aleppo Medical Association Are Real Syrians Helping Real Syrians

Why?” The streets of western Aleppo are dotted with the Syrian flag, either painted on doors as it is across so much of ... for the bloodshed they’re leaving in their wake. I went to Syria, and ... read more

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How a Colombian Cycling Tradition Changed the World

We discover many designated bicycle routes—most as striped paths on the sidewalk—but they're hardly used ... "I've been trying to figure out exactly why the Ciclovía feels so peaceful," she says, "And ... read more

Tide of Public Opinion is Turning in Assange’s Favor

Since the Trump administration has crossed the red line criminalizing what establishment journalists do all ... The resulting stories demonstrated why the protections afforded the press have served ... read more

Defending the pit bull: Experts say animals no more aggressive or prone to attack than other breeds

“The dogs that can cause more damage, like rottweilers, pit bulls and so on, have more powerful jaws,” Sawchuk ... the owner might just treat it at home and not get it reported.” A 2008 study surveyed ... read more

‘We’ve become a kind of family’: The unlikely network of survivors devastated by US mass shootings

Pardeep Singh Kaleka has surveyed the landscape of an America scarred by mass shootings. Seven years ago, a white supremacist invaded a Sikh temple in Wisconsin and killed six worshippers — among them ... read more

Labor leader Anthony Albanese accuses Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton of targeting journalists

Labor's new leader Anthony Albanese has accused Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton of waging a war against the media. The Opposition Leader and the cabinet minister in charge of national security ... read more

Is Another Politically Motivated Delay of Obamacare On the Way?

Is there a sound legal basis for such a delay? If so, we've yet to hear about it. This would be the second tweak to the health law in less than a week. Last Friday, presumably after noticing that many ... read more

MSNBC’s Matt Bradley on What’s Wrong (and Right) With the Media

They’re always like ... with what was going on inside of this group. How are they so effective? In what ways are they statelike? How are they so brutally efficient? And why were they picking a fight ... read more

When Doctors Find Patients Difficult

The researchers surveyed 426 physicians from 118 urban and rural ... may be less likely to view patient visits as difficult, even when they’re not perfect. While it’s not clear why female doctors are ... read more

Whistled Form of Turkish Is One of a Kind

Unlike all other spoken languages, a whistled form of Turkish requires that “speakers” rely as heavily on the right side of their brains as on the left side, researchers have found. Whistling requires ... read more

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