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It's like a Zen koan: if a governor joins a debate, but doesn't say anything, is she debating? Read more»

"It was the longest 16 seconds of my life," said Governor Jan Brewer after what were, undoubtedly, the longest 16 seconds of her life. Read more»

The pause heard 'round the world? Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer's 16-second pause at the beginning of Wednesday's debate between candidates for governor has gone viral. Here's your chance to watch the entire video. Read more»

Broadcasting from tarpaulin tents, Haiti's radio journalists are striking a more critical tone. Read more»

Emilio Gutiérrez

Reporter Emilio Gutiérrez says he knew the script the Mexican general wanted him to follow. But the reporter kept writing about soldiers robbing citizens. He believes it almost cost him his life. Two years after seeking asylum in the U.S., Gutiérrez still waits for an immigration judge to rule. Read more»

In the old South Africa, journalists were censored, arrested and sometimes forced into exile when they tried to cover the anti-apartheid movement. Now media watchdogs are sounding an alarm about a possible return to repression. Read more»

Rupert Murdoch

Much of the media world is understandably agog at the size of the million-dollar donation Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation gave to the Republican Governors Association. The News Corp empire is vast and wide, and it deliberately slants the news while shamelessly promoting blatant disinformation in platform after platform all over the world. Read more»

When he warned of terror babies on CNN's Anderson Cooper 360 last week, U.S. Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-Tyler, told Cooper that he and comedian Jon Stewart, host of Comedy Central's The Daily Show, could “have their fun” with him. So, Stewart did. Read more»

You can grab a drink with journalists from the Rachel Maddow Show on Tuesday at Hotel Congress. Read more»

Andrew Breitbart speaks in Pasadena, 2009.

Opinion: The notion that the nastiness and dishonesty that is coming from the left is comparable to that coming from Breitbart, Limbaugh, Beck, and the entire cast of characters at Fox News and on conservative talk radio would be laughable were it not mindlessly repeated Read more»

Wikileaks.org shared more than 90,000 leaked documents with three publications: The (U.K.) Guardian, The New York Times (the International Herald Tribune is now the global edition of the Times) and Germany's Der Spiegel.

The release of more than 75,000 classified documents by WikiLeaks this week makes the old arrangement between reporters and sources regarding government secrets seem as quaint as vinyl records and typewriters. Read more»

Hayworth attacks the Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act of 2007 for potentially costing U.S. taxpayers $2.6 trillion and "rewarding illegal aliens with Social Security and Medicare benefits." The first claim is misleading, and the second is wrong. Read more»

Classified documents leaked in a time of war. The comparisons abound, but what did the Pentagon Papers say about Vietnam, and what do the War Logs tell us now? We asked Neil Sheehan, who reported the Pentagon Papers story for the New York Times. Read more»

Pakistani intelligence fooled only those who didn't pay attention. Read more»

Julian Assange of wikileaks.org, Oct. 2009.

The WikiLeaks documents have hit Kabul like a small-scale nuclear explosion: from media analysts to shopkeepers, everyone is talking about the more than 90,000 classified reports on the Afghan war that have now been made public by WikiLeaks.org Read more»

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