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Charlie Hebdo Will No Longer Draw Muhammad Cartoons

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Six months after the Paris attack that claimed the lives of 12 staff members, the French magazine’s editor says it will no longer feature satirical cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad. "We've done our job," he said. "We have defended the right to caricature."

Does ESPN Have Room for Free Speech and 'Monday Night Football'?
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Popular sports commentator Bill Simmons was suspended by ESPN for violating editorial standards -- or was it because he criticized the NFL, which happens to have a $15 billion contract with the network?Popular sports commentator Bill Simmons was suspended by ESPN for violating editorial standards—or was it because he criticized the NFL, which happens to have a $15 billion contract with the network?

The Golden Age of Journalism?

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Only in the years that shrank the screen to your desk, then your hand, now your pocket -- and one day soon on your eyeglasses -- did it became apparent that throughout the print era the newspaper had been misnamed.

The Life and Times of Glenn Greenwald
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This week on Truthdig Radio in association with KPFK: An intimate portrait of new journlism's banner carrier, how the shutdown affected people of color, lying liars and the economics of mendacity, the Green Party responds to the 60 percent of Americans calling for a third party and The Mantle's Shaun Randol on Africa and super-independent publishingcom/avbooth/category/truthdig_radio/" title="Truthdig Radio">Truthdig Radio: An intimate portrait of new journlism's banner carrier, the Green Party responds to the 60 percent of Americans calling for a third party and the secret life of lies.

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This week on Truthdig Radio in association with KPFK: An intimate portrait of new journlism's banner carrier, how the shutdown affected people of color, lying liars and the economics of mendacity, the Green Party responds to the 60 percent of Americans calling for a third party and The Mantle's Shaun Randol on Africa and super-independent publishing.

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