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Articles with keyword "journalism"

collage of boy and snake

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Those Slippery Snake Stories

One story morphs into many when the newspapers get involved.

Charles and Anne Lindbergh in plane

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The Lindberghs Photographed Ruins from the Air

Charles and Anne find peace from the paparazzi in the Southwest.

H. L. Mencken with his brothers

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H. L. Mencken as a Boy? Oh, Boy!

Mencken's memoirs show a softer side on the sardonic critic

Walter Isaacson and Walker Percy

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A Venn Diagram of Walter Isaacson

His research overlaps with reporting, his leadership with collaboration, his writing with old-fashioned storytelling.

Man on bicycle being interviewed by Walter Isaacson

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Picture of a Humanist

There is something of Walter Isaacson in the people he writes about.

Herb Plambeck reports from Europe in World War II.

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Radio Voices

Iowa reporters bring news of the front to audiences at home during World War II.

photo of a dog-sled team

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Dog vs. Airplane

The race to save Nome from a diphtheria outbreak

Anchor Lenila Wesson (right) in 2009, WTXL Channel 27, Talahassee, Fla.

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Tony Brown: “Television’s Civil Rights Crusader”

Show served as time capsule of pioneering days of black journalists

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Direct from the Front

Since the Spanish-American War, correspondents have balanced loyalty to their country with responsibility to inform the public.

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"The Earth Shook, The Sky Burned"

From the San Francisco earthquake of 1906 to daily events, more than two centuries of newspaper history are being preserved.