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Commentary: With her, what you saw was what you got. Thatcher was God's gift to journalists.
Drones are an easy option for a president who does not want the US to be world policeman.
Commentary: Events, not intentions, will shape his record in the second term.
British think Americans are ‘looney’ when it comes to guns.
Domestic coverage had been dumbed down while world reports still excel
Slick PR campaign helped sway the Obama administration.
Commentary: Reporting massacres that didn’t happen, and other media sins.
A veteran journalist takes a look at the world. The real world.
Commentary: The 'CNN-effect' is decidedly not in effect in Syria. With foreign journalists banned from the country, few outside have a real understanding of the conflict.
Commentary: After French and Greek results, German leader challenged to find alternative to continent-wide austerity.
Commentary: US mainstream news has failed to educate American voters on crucial topics.
Opinion: Politicians and media must raise issues responsibly and not bang the drums of war.
It wasn’t big money, compliant politicians or the courts who created the system.
It’s time to ask how well the American media handled the biggest news year in decades.
Analysis: Those for and against attacking Iran's nuclear facilities are using the media to promote their agendas.
Despite post-revolution discord and religious clashes, Egypt remains hopeful.
Waning coverage of Middle East unrest is helping US politicians to avoid big questions.
Opinion: The media should report all troubling sides of the Libyan conflict.
Everyone knew that London's tabloid papers would do anything for a scoop.
Facts and common sense are the best antidotes to propaganda in war. But they are often hard to find.