Looking For A Display — Rather Than Just Talk — Of Leadership
By Dan Froomkin, Nieman Watchdog
With the three major Democratic presidential candidates so intent on establishing themselves as the most capable of bringing about change, reporters should be looking for them to make their case not with promises, but with action.
Clinton Is The Big Winner Last Week In The Race For Coverage
By Mark Jurkowitz, PEJ
Senator Hillary Clinton’s poll-defying Democratic primary victory in New Hampshire helped make her the leading campaign newsmaker.
NBC Battles To Keep Kucinich Out Of The Debate
By John Nichols, The Nation
Some principles are worth fighting for: like the right of TV networks to decide who is and who is not a legitimate candidate for president.
Mischievous ‘Filipino Monkey’ Could Have Triggered Latest US-Iran Row
By Matthew Weaver, Guardian Unlimited
The US navy came within seconds of firing at the Iranian speedboats in the Strait of Hormuz after hearing threats that the boats were attacking and were about to explode.
Norwegian Reporter Dies After Kabul Hotel Attack
Militants with suicide vests, grenades and AK-47 rifles attacked Kabul’s most popular luxury hotel Monday evening.
Kenya: Cyberactivism In The Aftermath Of Political Violence
By Ndesanjo Macha, Global Voices
Kenyan citizen journalists and activists are increasingly turning to popular Web 2.0 tools and applications to organize and share news and information about the post election crisis, chronicle violence, share crisis photos and raise funds to help the needy.
VIDEO: Daily Show: South Carolina Debate
How will the Republican front-runners do in a good old fashion Regan-off?