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Visitors look at Michael Kamber's 'Journalists On War' exhbiton during the opening of the book's launch in New York, May, 15, 2013. Kamber gathered previously unpublished photographs by the world’s top news photographers, presenting a visual and oral history of America’s nine-year conflict in the Middle East. Michael Kamber interviewed photojournalists from leading news organizations, including Agence France-Presse, the Associated Press, the Guardian, the Los Angeles Times, Magnum, Newsweek, the New York Times, Paris Match, Reuters, Time, the Times of London, VII Photo Agency, and the Washington Post, to create a collection of eyewitness accounts of the Iraq War yet published.
America’s finest journalism is often produced with the aid of classified information; The New York Times’ report on warrantless wiretapping and The Washington Post’s exposé on CIA secret prisons, both winners of the Pulitzer Prize, are just two of countless examples.
The staycation-story trend accelerated from there with hits in the Washington Post (August 4, 2005), Gawker (July 10, 2006), and Ascribe Newswire (September 2006), which deemed Summer 2006 'the Summer of the Staycation.'
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Will: IRS scandal shows that we've forgotten Watergate's lesson
conservatives.Episodes like this separate the meritorious liberals from the meretricious. When the IRS story broke, The Washington Post led the paper with it, and, with an institutional memory of Watergate, published a blistering editorial demanding an Obama Read more »
Swerdlick: Why the GOP won't work with Barack Obama
Wall Street Journal 's Daniel Henninger complains Obama is guilty of "presidential followership" on Syria ; and The Washington Post 's Dana Milbank argues "Obama has already lost control of the agenda" since he appears to have failed to single-handedly overcome Read more »
Rubin: Israel steps up to the plate in Syria
Washington Post reports: "Israeli forces have carried out an airstrike against a shipment of sophisticated missiles bound for the Lebanese political and military organization Hezbollah , officials in Washington, Lebanon and Israel told reporters Saturday. Read more »
Reese Witherspoon cancels TV appearances
Hollywood Reporter said. Actor Adam Ferrara ("Nurse Jackie," " Rescue Me ") substituted for her in a revised lineup. The Washington Post added that Witherspoon canceled a Monday interview with " Good Morning America " that had been scheduled to run Wednesday. Read more »
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It's Called Freedom Of The Press For A Reason
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More Revelations of Justice Department Crackdown on the Press
It’s an attack on the First Amendment, It’s an attack on the First Amendment, journalists and their lawyers chant.” The Washington Post’s veteran national security writer, former CIA informant Walter Pincus, went so far as to state that whoever leaked the 43 m ago from Global Research Read more »
The Surprising Group Of People That Disproportionately Hates Federal Budget Cuts
to have their most widespread personal effects since they began kicking in at the beginning of March, according to a new Washington Post/ABC News poll. The poll finds that nearly four in 10 Americans say the cuts of the sequester have had a negative effect 54 m ago from Clusterstock Read more »
No ruling yet in Maryland vs. ACC
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Robinson: Republicans try to turn Benghazi tragedy into scandal
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