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Interview with Aerosmith's Joe Perry Special

Currently riding high in the New York Times Best Seller list with his acclaimed autobiography, the guitar legend discusses his book with Digital Journal and sets the record straight on a few things.

Report: U.S. concealed discovery of Saddam's chemical weapons

The Rumsfeld-era Pentagon concealed the discovery of old but dangerous chemical weapons stockpiled by former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein's forces, even after US troops were repeatedly exposed to and sickened by the deadly nerve and blister agents.

Huge NYT/CBS News/YouGov poll boosts Republicans

Washington - With midterm elections bearing down, most polls continue to suggest Republicans will maintain control of the House of Representatives and take control of the U.S. Senate.

New York Times begins running marijuana ads

New York - Administrators with the New York Times have decided to begin publishing ads for marijuana. After dozens of articles promoting the use of marijuana this is a move for them which is easy to understand.

#FreeAJStaff: Jailing of journalists incites outrage, criticism

The imprisonment and sentencing of three journalists in an Egyptian court has sparked outrage from human rights groups, journalists, media organizations, and scores of activists on social media, as well as criticism from the White House.

Airline pet ban leaves dog stranded in Indiana

Vancouver - A Canadian woman was forced to leave her dog stranded in Indianapolis because Delta airlines wouldn't allow her pet on the return flight.

Op-Ed: America the doormat — U.S. media finally notices

New York - The New York Times has been doing some soul-searching of America. Facts and figures have added up, and the result is a pretty sorry spectacle. In short, the only U.S. media site that can still spell has at last got the message.

Animal rights groups offer over $23,000 reward in NY cat killings Special

Yonkers - PETA, ASPCA and several other animal rights organizations are offering a reward of more than $23,000 to find the person who killed 25 cats and hung their bodies from a tree in a Yonkers Neighborhood.

Rebel rancher's racist rant sends conservative supporters fleeing

Bunkerville - Erstwhile conservative supporters of Cliven Bundy spent Thursday distancing themselves from the rebel rancher after he launched into a racist rant in which he claimed the American "Negro" is less free today than when bound in slavery.

Bringing joy to a chaotic classic, an interview with The Bad Plus Special

The Bad Plus found fame with creative cover versions of rock and roll classics like Black Sabbath’s “Iron Man” and Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit.” With their latest release, however, the trio is tacklingthe work of Igor Stravinsky.

Olive oil virginity questioned

New York - The question of virginity is back in the news again after a controversial New York Times piece about extra-virgin olive oil and whether consumers are getting true value from the costly kitchen condiment.

Op-Ed: U.S. angered by Afghan report on bombings that killed civilians

Kabul - The Karzai government just released a report that gives in detail its on the spot findings about U.S. air strikes in Parwan on January 15 that the report claims killed at least 12 civilians and possibly as many as 17.

'What Does the Fox Say' book tops New York Times bestseller list

Oslo - The "What Does the Fox Say?" children's book, published by Ylvis in the wake of their super hit musical video, has headed to the top of the New York Times bestseller list.

New York Times Expose Highlight Growing Problem

This article discusses the story of Dasani, a girl who the New York Times covered in a recent issue. The article also discusses how best to help the homeless in the holiday season.

The New York Times endorses secret agreement

In a highly unusual move, the editorial board of The New York Times has endorsed a secret trade treaty among the U.S. and Pacific rim nations that cannot be read by the public or by the NYT editors.

Op-Ed: What do The New York Times' losses tell us about good journalism?

The New York Times just posted its 12th consecutive quarterly advertising revenue decline, claiming a "complex and fragmented" market is to blame — but is it something else?

Op-Ed: NYT: GOP strategy session turns into anti-Cruz 'lynch mob'

Washington - A New York Times report Friday says a closed-door meeting of Senate Republicans quickly turned into a lynch mob, with Texas Sen. Ted Cruz designated as the guest of honor for the metaphorical "necktie party."

Documents reveal NSA spied on Martin Luther King Jr

According to declassified documents, the NSA spied on civil rights leader Dr Martin Luther King Jr and boxer Muhammad Ali when the Vietnam war protests were at an all time high.

Op-Ed: An alternative American letter to Vladimir Putin

In the fallout from Russian President Vladimir Putin's open letter to Americans and U.S. Senator John McCain's response, I would like to offer an alternative letter to President Putin.

McCain offers blistering retort to Putin in Pravda Op-Ed piece

In an unusually public exchange between senior Russian and American government leaders, Senator John McCain (R-AZ) appeared in Pravda in an open letter to Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Putin addresses Syria and American exceptionalism in open letter

In an open letter addressed to the American people and published in The New York Times, Russian President Vladimir Putin responds to President Obama's public address on Syria.

Twitter experiment lets users tweet sentences from articles

New York - How many times have you been drawn to a quote in an article that you wish you could share without the hassle of "copy and paste"? Thanks to a new experiment from The New York Times, "copy and paste" and "tweet" may soon be old news.

Red Sox owner John Henry to buy Boston Globe from New York Times

Boston - John W. Henry, main owner of the Boston Red Sox, has agreed to pay The New York Times $70 million for The Boston Globe, the Times said early Saturday.

Obama says income gap is fraying U.S. social fabric

Galesburg - One week after Pres. Obama delivered impromptu remarks on race relations and the Trayvon Martin shooting, he delivered a series of economic policy speeches to refocus attention on middle class jobs, job security, and racial equality.

Op-Ed: Outrage over Zimmerman trial drowns more meaningful discussion

While social media is saturated with misguided consternation over the verdict in the Zimmerman trial, a more sinister trial with more important implications is proceeding under an umbrella of media silence.

Assignmint bridges the gap between freelance writers and editors

When writers and journalists are sitting around at the end of the day talking about great independent journalists, Hunter Thompson is always someone who gets mentioned.

Op-Ed: Obama, Congress and media naive groundhog logic on surveillance

Sydney - Organised crime, corrupt people and America’s “conspicuously never prosecuted” communities must be celebrating. The groundhog logic is that the groundhogs don’t know what they’re looking at. The shadow has them scared. The facts could kill them.

New York Times: 'Obama administration has lost all credibility'

Washington - The New York Times has published a scathing editorial on recent revelations about the Obama administration's secret surveillance programs. Its June 6 editorial said the "Obama administration has now lost all credibility on this issue."

Paywalls or not, newspapers to see revenue declines through 2017

With the Washington Post implementing a paywall on their flagship digital property next week, a report from PricewaterhouseCoopers suggests paywalls will not stop revenue declines at newspapers.

Citigroup lobbyists help write bill to deregulate Wall Street

Washington - Lobbyists for one of Wall Street's biggest financial firms helped draft legislation exempting banks from new regulations and allowing them to engage in riskier trades.
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