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Judge orders Scott Warren trial docs unsealed after media lawsuit

A federal judge ruled that documents filed in the case against No More Deaths volunteer Scott Warren must be unsealed after media organizations sued to make them public. ... Read more»

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Dupnik says 'liberty in severe jeopardy' in WSJ op-ed

Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik continued to assail Arizona's controversial SB 1070 immigration law, penning an op-ed piece for the Wall Street Journal on Wednesday.... Read more»

More malarkey about health care

We’ve seldom seen a piece of legislation so widely misrepresented, and misunderstood, as the new health care law. No wonder people are confused. And even now the misrepresentations continue. ... Read more»


All journalism isn't local

Many increasingly popular news outlets in the United States are global information powerhouses, and successful modern reporters will be those able to best deconstruct our globalized world.... Read more»

Election 2010

Freelance reporter John Dougherty seeks U.S. Senate seat

The Phoenix New Times reports that a former staffer, John Dougherty, has filed to run for the U.S. Senate. A reporter who has freelanced for the New York Times and others since leaving the Valley tabloid in 2006, Dougherty will join Rodney Glassman and Randy Parraz in seeking the Democratic nomination.... Read more»

Comic: Seventeen Words For Snow

The story of gravity, commercialized

If you're going to tell a story, you'd better make it relevant to the listener. And sometimes, that means adding product placement. Would today's child care about such mundane items as trees and apples? Or a long-dead scientist from faraway England?... Read more»

British election

Who would replace gaffe-prone Gordon Brown?

Of all the obstacles to British Prime Minister Gordon Brown's efforts to get his Labour Party re-elected next month, the biggest emerged with emphatic certainty this week: Brown himself.... Read more»


Media bias and the Israel-Palestine conflict

Depending on which country you live in, the way the news media present the facts about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict can make them seem quite different.... Read more»

Opinion: Media bias and Israel-Palestine

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's refusal to stop building Jewish homes in Arab east Jerusalem and the West Bank has become a major obstacle to peace talks with the Palestinians and severely strains relations with President Barack Obama's administration. That's a simple statement of fact.... Read more»

Comic: Seventeen Words For Snow

Country fried grammar

Let's get things straight: I'm what you'd call a descriptive grammarian. When I'm wearing my cartoonist's hat, however, I feel no qualms whatsoever about elbowing just about anyone in the ribs.... Read more»1

Gawker to return lost iPhone 'prototype' to Apple

Gawker has agree to return an alleged iPhone prototype after it was left in a bar last month by an Apple employee.... Read more»

Transparency in gov't spending pushed

Arizona gets an "F" when it comes to helping taxpayers see where and how their money is being spent, according to a report released Tuesday by an advocacy group.... Read more»

Election 2010

McCain mocks Hayworth with 'man-horse marriage' ad

Incumbent Sen. John McCain has released a contender for the oddest political ad award in his campaign against challenger, former congressman and radio host J.D. Hayworth.... Read more»2

Pulitzer Prizes

Pulitzer winners include ex-Citizen photog, online news site ProPublica

The 2010 Pulitzer Prize winners in journalism categories and arts and letters were announced today.The most surprising recipient was Sheri Fink, a writer for nonprofit online news site and Sentinel wire service ProPublica.org, who won the Pulitzer for investigative reporting for her series of articles about a hospital in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. ... Read more»

Pope Benedict XVI

Priest sex abuse scandal is closing in on the pope

Opinion: He needs to stop blaming media for failings of his own leadership and his own church.... Read more»

Comic: Seventeen Words For Snow

Braille bestsellers

Is it possible for America's bestselling authors to become so repetitive that the pieces of their books, if broken apart, would fit back together, in any order, as cleanly as if produced on an assembly line?... Read more»3

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