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Ben Bradlee, the zestful, charismatic Washington Post editor who guided the paper through the era of the Pentagon Papers and Watergate and was immortalized on screen in "All the President's Men," has died. He was 93.  Full story
CNN has withdrawn its financial support of the National Association of Black Journalists for the 2015 Convention and Career Fair. NABJ president Bob Butler made the announcement at the organization's Board of Directors meeting.  Full story
The parents of James Foley, the New Hampshire journalist slain by ISIS, say it is "deplorable" that an image of their son moments before his execution has appeared in a conservative ad campaign.  Full story
Joe Bergantino, the long-time Boston TV reporter who is now executive director and co-founder of the New England Center for Investigative Reporting, was detained in Russia Thursday, a reporter at the center said.  Full story
Instagram has transformed smartphone users into a legion of amateur photographers, handhelds forever at the ready.   Full story
Cambodian police said Monday that they have detained three men, including a timber trader, believed to be linked to the weekend shooting death of a local journalist who was investigating illegal logging in the country's east.  Full story
The subject line in my email to one of my editors read: “Weary of mispronunciations and suddenly have time today to deal with something so mundane.”  Full story
I’d like to tell you what Robert Ford, former U.S. ambassador to Syria, said at the National Press Club on Wednesday about recent developments in the war against the Islamic State. The diplomat, who resigned in protest earlier this year because he found it “ever harder to justify our policy” in Syria, had some valuable insights.  Full story
Newspapers are in enough trouble — they don’t need the added hassle of readers sending their subscription money to some random scammer instead of the Circulation Department. But that’s apparently what’s happening in cities across the country.  Full story
More change is coming at The Enquirer and Cincinnati.com.  Full story
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