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Book Buzz: Jonah Lehrer book pulled after fact-checking review

Jonah Lehrer

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt has pulled a second book by disgraced journalist Jonah Lehrer, How We Decide, after an internal fact-checking review. The publisher pulled his book Imagine after it came out that he had fabricated quotes, and he resigned from his position at The New Yorker.


American journalist missing in Syria

The family of an American journalist says he went missing in Syria more than one month ago while covering the civil war there....


Black journalists protest debate exclusion

A group of black journalists says it is disappointed in the lack of ethnic diversity among the people chosen to moderate presidential debates.


Time Magazine Suspends Fareed Zakaria for Plagiarizing

Fareed Zakaria

Time magazine and CNN suspended Fareed Zakaria, the writer and television host, on Friday after he apologized for plagiarizing sections of his column on gun control in the Aug. 20 issue of Time.


Judge in Google, Oracle case seeks names of paid reporters, bloggers

Google Inc and Oracle Corp's copyright and patent battle took a strange twist on Tuesday, after a judge ordered the companies to disclose the names of journalists, bloggers and other commentators on their payrolls.


Twitter suspends reporter's account

Olympics Reporter Suspected from Twitter

Twitter has suspended the account of a Los Angeles-based reporter for a British newspaper who included the email address of the NBC Olympics president and asked his followers to write him to complain about the network's coverage....


Mexico cartel attacks on press take toll on drug war coverage

The Mexican press, as evidenced in recent attacks on two newspaper offices, grapples with decisions about how — and whether — to cover the drug war in ways that won't endanger lives.


Reporter stripped, sexually attacked

British journalist Natasha Smith tells CNN's Dan Rivers about how she was sexually assaulted in Cairo.


Murdoch journalists reportedly attempt suicide

Two senior journalists working for Rupert Murdoch's News International have apparently attempted suicide as pressure mounts at the scandal-hit publisher.


Syria hands over bodies of 2 foreign journalists


Syrian Red Crescent officials have handed over the bodies of two foreign journalists who were killed in Syria to embassy officials.


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