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  • Death Row Seat
  • Death Row Seat

    Why reporters are fighting to watch criminals die.
      He’s seen a needle pop out of a dying man’s arm, and the deadly solution squirt out. He’s seen an inmate smuggle a handcuff key in his mouth €” and then spit it out before he was killed. He still recalls the look on convicted killer Gary Graham’s face as he prepared to die in 2000.
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  • Facing Facts
  • Facing Facts

    Fiction passed off as truth on This American Life reminds us that before aspiring to art, journalism must be science.
      Don't be confused: Real journalism is not art. It’s not theater, it’s not reality-based television, it’s not the distortion of details for dramatic purpose — as some recent fabricat
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  • For Your Consideration
  • For Your Consideration

    Jim Romenesko goes rogue.
      and journalism trades, the name is synonymous with must-have information. Romenesko is to mediaindustry news/blogging/gossip what TMZ is to unnecessary celebrity obsession. The longtime blogger recently cut ties with the Poynter Institute, the journalism training center that hosted his blog for 12 years.
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  • A-Changin'
  • A-Changin'

    A year inside the most storied newspaper in the world during its fight to stay that way.
      My wife wakes up before me. She’s the one who gets the newspaper out on the front porch, reads the whole thing first, then leaves it for me at the kitchen table, always open to the comics. That’s how we start our days ...
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  • Unbroken Record
  • Unbroken Record

    A Cambodian journalist outs a war criminal by befriending him.
      It’s clear from the outset who the bad guys are, or were: people like Nuon Chea, who was a Khmer Rouge party leader and second in command to Pol Pot. And Pol Pot himself, now dead, the architect of a genocide that killed a quarter of all Cambodians.
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  • Life
  • Life

    The creators of Planet Earth bring Life to life.
      Take a seemingly simple scene in the “Birds” episode, in which the male Vogelkop Bowerbird constructs a decorative tableau from beetles, dung, lowers and sticks in order to woo a mate. It’s charming, yes. It was also nearly impossible to ilm, requiring a photographer to spend three weeks in a tiny tent, waiting for just the right shot.
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  • Links to Our Award-Winning Stories

    Check out the 13 trophies we brought home from the Society of Professional Journalists contest.
      Earlier this week, we posted a blog about all the hardware we brought home at the recent Northwest Excellence in Journalism Competition, presented by the Society of Professional Journalists. Here
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