Where is the line on graphic coverage of gun violence?Where is the line on graphic coverage of gun violence?Murder. Real. Live.
Understanding what we need to see — and do notUnderstanding what we need to see — and do notWhen does a free press need to show — and society need to see — reality in all its awfulness?
Understanding what we need to see — and do notUnderstanding what we need to see — and do notFirst Amendment: When does responsible journalism mutate into sensationalism and voyeurism?
Death by news reportingDeath by news reportingOn July 3, I got a phone call from a reader. This call was different.
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LETTER: Obama did nothing to help save FoleyLETTER: Obama did nothing to help save FoleyYet the president freed five vicious terrorrists
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UD Jesuit grad named James Foley scholar by MarquetteUD Jesuit grad named James Foley scholar by MarquetteJake Zelinski of Rochester Hills is the first recipient of the award, named for the reporter killed by the Islamic State
Voices: James Foley's death will haunt me alwaysVoices: James Foley's death will haunt me alwaysJames Foley was murdered by the Islamic State a year ago Wednesday.
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Kayla Mueller was raped by leader of ISIS, family saysKayla Mueller was raped by leader of ISIS, family saysKayla Mueller was forced to have sex with the leader of ISIS, U.S. intelligence officials told her family.
IS in Egypt releases image of slain Croat captiveIS in Egypt releases image of slain Croat captiveAn online image purports to show a Croatian hostage held by an Islamic State affiliate in Egypt has been beheaded
Obama heading for Martha's Vineyard vacation a day earlyObama heading for Martha's Vineyard vacation a day earlyThe president has no public events scheduled during his 17-day vacation.
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Hostages lost: How families carry on their workHostages lost: How families carry on their workThe families of the American hostages killed by ISIS are continuing their work through foundations.
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Loved ones lost: Families of Foley, Mueller helplessLoved ones lost: Families of Foley, Mueller helplessThe family of James Foley, a journalist held hostage by ISIS, paint a picture of two years of agony.
James Foley execution video took White House by surpriseJames Foley execution video took White House by surpriseThe White House had no warning that ISIS had murdered American journalist James Foley before a video showing the brutal execution appeared online, to the horror of Obama officials, according to a top White House counter-terrorism official.
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Other views: Humane approach for hostagesOther views: Humane approach for hostagesNew policy has pros and cons, but treats families better
Obama: U.S. government has let down hostages' familiesObama: U.S. government has let down hostages' familiesPresident Obama conceded Wednesday that the U.S. government had let down the families of Americans held hostage by terrorists and promised they would not face criminal prosecution for paying ransoms to their loved ones' captors.
Obama despeja el camino para pagar rescate por rehenesObama despeja el camino para pagar rescate por rehenesEl presidente Barack Obama despejó el camino el miércoles para que las familias de rehenes estadounidenses paguen rescate por sus seres queridos, a pesar de una vieja prohibición de Estados Unidos a hacer concesiones a grupos terroristas.
Obama clears way for hostages’ families to pay ransomObama clears way for hostages’ families to pay ransomObama cleared the way Wednesday for families of American hostages to pay ransom to secure their loved ones’ release
Obama clears the way for hostages' families to pay ransomObama clears the way for hostages' families to pay ransomThe hostage policy review to be released Wednesday will also state that the U.S. government can help facilitate communications with terrorists on behalf of the families, according to U.S. officials.
U.S. families now free to pay ransom to terroristsU.S. families now free to pay ransom to terroristsThe shift comes as part of a broad review of U.S. hostage guidelines to be released today.
U.S. won’t prosecute hostages’ families who pay ransomU.S. won’t prosecute hostages’ families who pay ransomObama will tell families of Americans held by terror groups that they can communicate with captors and even pay ransom
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