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Investigative Reporting Conference: “It’s Over”

This year’s annual Investigative Reporters and Editors conference was less than an upbeat affair. In fact, with so many newspapers folding these days, you could say the sense of doom was palpable. Still, some speakers were able to show how they are keeping investigative journalism alive, though, it could be argued, just barely.

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Fighting Words: Reading Lolita in Tehran

Orientalist fantasy? Neoconservative propaganda in a literary guise? The debate over Reading Lolita in Tehran

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Ethnic News from Abu Ghraib to “Krip-Hop”

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Intrepid Reporter Faces the Future

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Question and Answer

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Muckraking, the Internet and Wasted Potential

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No More Amateur Hour

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Are we there yet?

For newspapers struggling to harness the Internet, the road up ahead is foggy at best. Still, editors at daily papers across the country are beginning to find their way.

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Reporters vs. Owners

There’s an old song that describes the budding relationship between the beleaguered Los Angeles Times reporting staff and the paper’s new owner: Getting to know you, getting to know all about you

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Great Finds

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Et Tu, Brute?

America’s premier J-school dean takes a hit. In his own school’s publication, no less!

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The Same Old Story

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