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Articles from April 15

Albuquerque Paper Ties Bush to U.S. Attorney Firing
Writing in the Albuquerque Journal today, investigative reporter Mike Gallagher lays out evidence he believes ties President Bush directly to the recent firing of David Iglesias, the U.S. Attorney in New Mexico. The article, available at www.abq.com,...
AP's 'Asap' Launches New Blog and Video Features
The Associated Press multimedia news service known as "asap" will launch"Far and Wide," a new blog focused on the AP wire on Tuesday. Two other new features include a new religion video segment called "Everything Sacred" and a video gaming report...
'Blade' Probe Finds Photog Altered 79 Pictures
Photographer Allan Detrich, who resigned from The Blade of Toledo earlier this month after admitting he had altered a photo that appeared in the paper, had submitted at least 79 photos for publication since the beginning of the year that were digitally...
'Deletion' of Images in Afghanistan: Attempt to Cover Up Civilian Killings?
In the past day, there has been wide media coverage of an official report on the slaying of Afghan civilians by U.S. forces early last month. The Afghan human rights commission concluded that American marines overreacted to a bomb ambush with excessive...
Gwen Ifill Hits David Brooks, Tim Russert for Silence on Imus
Gwen Ifill, formerly of The New York Times and now host of PBS's "Washington Week," appeared with Times' columnist David Brooks on NBC's "Meet the Press" today. The discussion turned to the Don Imus firing this week. Ifill wrote an op-ed for the Times...
Ignatius of 'Wash Post' Previews George Tenet Book: It Will Make Your 'Hair Curl'
The long awaited tell-all (or at least tell-some) memoir from former CIA director George Tenet is coming at the end of the month. Apparently Washington Post columnist David Ignatius has seen it or been briefed on it because on Chris Matthews' Sunday...
Latest from McClatchy Bloggers in Baghdad: A Little Water and 'Grand Theft Auto'
For several weeks now, E&P has been featuring some of the blog entries by McClatchy's Iraqi staffers in their Baghdad bureau. One symbol of the dangers in that country: their full names are never divulged. Here are two of the latest entries....
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