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American journalist James Foley was murdered by Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) militants, who on Aug. 19 publicized the killing in a graphic video uploaded to YouTube.  Full story
If you follow the inner workings of the media industry, you’ve probably read journalist Ryan L. Schuessler’s fairly devastating rant about the scrum of reporters and photographers in Ferguson, Mo. currently covering the August 9 killing of Michael Brown.   Full story
The Columbia Daily Tribune, a Missouri newspaper, is being criticized over a cartoon it published Thursday related to the shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown and the Ferguson looting that followed.  Full story
In this video, courtesy Northwestern University, James Foley speaks at Northwestern University in June 2011 after being freed from 44 days of captivity during the civil war in Libya.  Full story
A police officer pointed his gun at a group people documenting events in Ferguson Tuesday night and threatened to kill them, according to video footage posted to YouTube on Wednesday.  Full story
The murder of James Foley is the latest in a long, bloody trend.  Full story
The parents of journalist James Foley said Wednesday that they are "haunted" by the cruelty of his death but believe he had accepted his fate before an Islamic militant beheaded him. "We believe he was a martyr," Foley's father John said, standing his wife Diane outside their home in Rochester, N.H. "A martry for freedom."  Full story
President Obama condemned Wednesday the execution of American journalist James Foley at the hands of Islamic State militants.  Full story
From President Obama to news officials, everyone agrees that freedom of the press is essential in Ferguson, Missouri.  Full story
The first thing you learn in covering a riot is to expect the unexpected. It’s not just the rioters you have to worry about, say reporters; the authorities can be difficult — and dangerous — too.  Full story
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