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Piers Morgan’s testimony has little impact

Piers Morgan' testimony before a British panel looking into media ethics was big news in the UK, but made little splash in the US.

Sixteen journalists detained, missing in Libya

Sixteen journalists covering the conflict in Libya are reported missing or detained by authorities in the North African country.

One and a Half Men? How Sheen sitcom can go on

Charlie Sheen is gone, but his sitcom <em>Two and a Half Men</em> is likely to stick around.

The Police, almost at peace

During a lengthy reunion tour, The Police didn't necessarily resolve the conflicts that blew apart one of rock's most successful groups.

Web changes US journalism in unexpected ways

The internet has profoundly changed journalism, but not necessarily in ways that were predicted even a few years ago, a study on the United States media industry has found. It was believed at one point that the net would democratise the media, offering many new voices, stories and perspectives.

CNN suspends anchor after he swears, walks off set

CNN suspended commentator Robert Novak indefinitely after he swore and walked off the set on Thursday during a debate with Democratic operative James Carville. The exchange during CNN's Inside Edition came during a discussion of Florida's Senate campaign.

Smoking Gun preys on easy targets

Finding embarrassing secrets in the past of reality television stars is about as tough as finding Botox in Hollywood. That doesn't stop The Smoking Gun from looking, or Web surfers from lapping it up.

CNN and CBS admit paying for al-Qaida video cache

CNN and CBS both paid for videotapes that depict al-Qaida poison gas experiments, but insisted that the money didn't go to Osama bin Laden's terrorist organisation.

Al-Qaida on videotape

CNN began airing excerpts on Sunday from a cache of videotapes acquired in Afghanistan that purport to show al-Qaida terror training, bomb-making and poison gas experiments on dogs.

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