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Lagging behind: fewer than 10.5 percent of the reporters and editors in daily newspaper Washington bureaus are minorities, a new UNITY/University of Maryland survey finds. That's a lower percentage than the much-maligned newspaper industry figure. Minority staffers give the D.C. press corps low marks for its coverage of race-related issues--and most hope to be out of the nation's capital in five years. Aug 1, 2004 6132
Anatomy of an urban legend: HOW THE BOGUS NOTION THAT CNN'S FOOTAGE OF PALESTINIANS CELEBRATING THE SEPTEMBER 11 ATTACKS WAS ACTUALLY A DECADE OLD TOOK ROOT ON THE INTERNET. Nov 1, 2001 2031
License revoked: When Congress cut off access to motor vehicle records, it underscored the media's lack of lobbying clout when it comes to journalism issues. Nov 1, 1995 3392
The Online Journalist: Using the Internet and Other Electronic Resources. Book Review Mar 1, 1995 397
The seductive power of guns. Jan 1, 1995 691
When a journalist is kidnapped. Biography Sep 1, 1994 2685

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