POYNTER INSTITUTE 

Ferguson: On parachuting in and breaking news on Twitter

Why AJ+ asked ‘Is the South more racist?’ And why that’s the viral content we’re aiming for

We’re using hashtags less than ever. Here’s why.

How AJ+ reported from Baltimore using only mobile phones

 

MIDDLE EAST EYE

Exploring Sufism in Fez

In pictures: Morocco’s teen spirit

 

AL-MONITOR

Protest in Cairo defies and mocks government ban

Egypt’s presidential palace battleground for protests

Reporters accuse Egypt police of using live ammunition in protests

Media crackdown more severe for Egyptian journalists

Egyptian activists on defense in divided Egypt

Journalists become the story in Egypt

Oscar-nominated ‘The Square’ not yet available in Egypt

Egypt’s ongoing crisis in letters

Egypt’s photojournalists exhibit ‘scars’ from revolution

In Egypt’s Tura Prison, imprisoned activists despair over future

Journalist killings in Egypt remain unresolved

Egypt protests intensify after student death

Prominent Egyptian activist arrested for defying new protest law

Egypt’s new protest law provokes demonstrations, backlash

Let’s talk about sex in Egypt

Egyptian activists protest military trials in new draft constitution

Egypt marks another grim anniversary under military rule

 

THE CAIRO POST

Rights group protests military articles in new constitution, urges ban

Journalist attacked by MB: media in Egypt face increasingly hostile climate

 

AL JAZEERA

Trayvon death unnecessary says top prosecutor (Photos)

In Pictures: Cairo protests continue

In Pictures: Tahrir Square protests continue

 

HUFFINGTON POST

“Black Block” Emerges in Egypt on Second Anniversary of Revolution

Fear of Foreigners, and of Being Foreign, and a Woman, in Egypt

Egypt is Not Iran

 

NEW AMERICA MEDIA

Coptic Christians Share Agony via Facebook

Letter from Cairo: Ramadan Brings Protest, Crackdown and Hope

Tear Gas and Stones Fly in Egypt’s Tahrir Sq


TURNSTYLE

Tantawi’s Speech Sparks Anger In Tahrir Square, Conflict Persists

Crowds Decry Military Rule, Violence Erupts In Cairo’s Tahrir Square

A Teen’s Life During Revolution: From Military School to Egy Cripz

 

ROLLING STONE MIDDLE EAST

Live: Voice of the Streets

 

INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY

Court OKs use of sewage water on sacred mountain

Glen Cove burial site slated for development

Sherwood Valley adopts tribal nutrition policy

Bay Area activists demand protection for Tohono O’odham lands

Winnemem Wintu sues for destruction of cultural sites

Black Friday brings Shellmound protest

Awaiting Klamath Dam removal

Affordable housing for urban Indians

Prayer behind the walls

Native company launches wind energy project

Students arrested at California’s only tribal college

Tribes push for change in federal policy for wind development

Senators accuse UC-Berkeley of discrimination and secrecy over ancestral remains

Battles, gains and tragic losses mark 2007 in California

Tribes band together to fill gaps in wildfire aid

Raging wildfires burning up southern California reservations

Protestors demand UC-Berkeley return ancestral remains

Opposition grows as plans move forward for Navajo power plant

Struggling to reopen California’s only tribal college

Group protests UC-Berkeley museum’s restructure

Green building: Saving energy from the ground up

Speaking out on the theft and abuse of spirituality

Arnold Schwarzenegger softens stance on gaming

Battle heats up over geothermal energy facility


THE PRESS DEMOCRAT

Same-sex marriage fight heats up in county

Outrage over prisoners’ right to blog

A Month Of Redefining

‘It’s scary. I’m scared for our children’s future

Girls & violence

County doctors split on prescribing cholesterol drug for children

With just minutes to flee a fire, think what you’d take

SR firefighters battle blazes near Shasta jail facility

Gay marriage issue goes from legal to spiritual

Kirk gets 6 years in abuse of child, 11

Gay North Bay police officers wed

Pair of brides now business as usual

More kids line up for free lunches

Winning the visa lottery

Same-sex couples plan vows, await vote

Area teens’ bus hijacked in Guatemala

Feeding those in need gets tougher

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MOTHER JONES

Follow the Money Deep Underground

 

THE ST. PETERSBURG TIMES

Free FEMA housing ends for 2004 storm victims

Gulfport tires of lingering liveaboards

Surprise turns sour for Iraq-born woman

Iraq-born woman’s ordeal prompts federal inquiry

Disallowing entry to U.S. not unusual

Despite hazards, it was home

Don’t fix complex yet, say tenants

Disabled while diving in gulf, man sues

Some ousted renters find homes; others wait

Is he a slumlord or ethical specialist?

‘Liveaboard’ takes stand

CONSTANT EROSION EATS AWAY EGMONT

High school student confesses in slaying

‘There’s nowhere left’

Private records tossed by accident

PUNKS IN PARADISE

Flyaway parrot leads to arrest

BUILDING BOOM

The lesson of Katrina, from an insider

Home sweet flooded home

A quiet neighborhood has unlikely business

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THE NEW YORK TIMES

They Were Not Eaten by the Washing Machine

Next to 1936, ’05 Is No Sweat

Cat-and-Mouse Game, With Spray Paint

Girl, 10, Is Killed and Teenager Hurt as Dispute Leads to Gunfire

Mindful of 9/11, Many Rush to Aid Storm Victims

Staten Island Ferry in Quebec? Fantastique!

Builder’s $2.5 Million Gift to a Packed Queens School

An Antiwar Speech in Union Square Is Stopped by Police Citing Paperwork Rules

When It’s Any Port in a Storm, It’s Good to Have More

Including Indians in Colonial History

TriBeCa School’s Squeaky Wheels Get Some Peace

National Guard Clings to a Bronx Redoubt

Dogs Stay in as Rumors Run Free

State Disputes Order to Spend $5.6 Billion on City Schools

Health Chief Assures City Of Ample Stock Of Flu Vaccine

Palestinian Rappers Paint a Gritty Picture

In Which Books of Great and Lasting Influence Are Shared

Just a Drill, but Flu Shots Were Real, and Popular

Rape Victim Seeks Increase In Quake Aid

An Enduring Ribbon of Stars

Chelsea Residents Resist Seminary’s Plan for a Luxury Tower

Queens Woman Gives Carjacker a Tussle

Smell Was Noticed, Not Neighbor’s Absence

Making Better Monsters and Their Super Rivals

No Place for Biker’s Trailer as Seascape Loses Its Grit

Helping New York Youths, Fresh Out of Jail, Stay Out

The Vroom of the Engines, the Pride of the Clubs

A Tribe Turns to 3-D Animation for Modern Storytelling

Rings Where Friendly Punches Flew Lose to Rising Rents

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SAN FRANCISCO BAY GUARDIAN


Last Battle at Black Mesa

Sunshine wins over federal secrecy

Tough cell: Supes found guilty of violating Sunshine Ordinance

Powerful developments

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