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Should journalists publish stolen information from Sony Pictures?

Variety co-editor in chief Andrew Wallenstein and CNN’s Don Lemon discuss the fallout from the cyber-attack against Sony Pictures. The hackers have been releasing troves of secret documents and private email exchanges from studio executives. 165 more words

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Jason Rezaian's brother pleads for his release

Ali Rezaian calls for the release of his brother Jason Rezaian, a Washington Post correspondent, from Iranian detention.

“Jason shouldn’t be there,” Ali said, addressing the Iranian authorities directly. 97 more words

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Univision's Jorge Ramos and BET's Jeff Johnson reflect on Obama interviews

This week the president was interviewed on Univision, Telemundo, Comedy Central, BET, and ESPNU. Next week he’ll be on Ryan Seacrest’s radio show. What’s behind this media blitz? 286 more words

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Red News/Blue News: the torture report

Brian Stelter takes a look at cable coverage of the Senate’s torture report, and former CIA spokesman Bill Harlow and Yahoo chief investigative correspondent Michael Isikoff… 18 more words

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Web exclusive: Using the word 'torture'

Should journalists be describing the CIA’s harsh interrogation techniques as “torture?” Brian Stelter asks Yahoo chief investigative correspondent Michael Isikoff and former CIA spokesman Bill Harlow.

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Rolling Stone editors reviewing mistakes after apologizing for 'Rape on Campus' article

With Rolling Stone’s 9,000-word article about the brutal gang rape of a University of Virginia student under intense scrutiny, Washington Post reporter Taylor Rees Shapiro, who uncovered flaws in the article, and UVA student Sandra Menendez, who knows the alleged victim, speak with Brian Stelter. 89 more words

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