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  1. Currents

    Blame It On AĆ©cio

    October 30, 2008 09:00 AM

    In 1985, press censorship was officially banned in Brazil, following the overthrow of a dictatorship that had for decades crippled journalistic freedom. Since then, Brazilian journalists have investigated government corruption and unearthed environmental and social stories with a zeal that... Continue reading

  2. The Kicker

    Chandra Levy Redux

    July 31, 2008 06:15 PM

    The splash made by The Washington Post’s much-discussed rehash of the Chandra Levy murder case rippled far beyond the thirteen days of the series’ publication, though perhaps not in the way WaPo executive editor Leonard Downie might have hoped. Bloggers... Continue reading

  3. The Kicker

    The Cookie Zeitgeist (Hint: It’s Warm and Has a Secret)

    July 10, 2008 11:15 AM

    After reading today's New York Times editorial about the recent study implicating prescription pills as a way to eliminate child obesity, I noticed the most popular Times articles this morning: <br... Continue reading

  4. The Observatory

    Pity the Pumper?

    July 9, 2008 11:30 AM

    Oil prices may have fallen 6 percent over the last two days, but the Facebook Group "15,000,000 for lower gas prices!!!" is still going strong. It's about 13 million members short of its stated goal, but the more... Continue reading

  5. The Observatory

    “Green Fatigue” and “Eco Anxiety”

    June 20, 2008 08:35 AM

    It’s not just the palpable frustration with Greenpeace solicitors on Broadway this summer — according to an article in the most recent New York Times Sunday Styles section, people are too overwhelmed by the command to be "green" to do... Continue reading

  6. The Kicker

    The Bread Winners and the Low Hanging Fruit

    June 13, 2008 10:26 AM

    Breaking news: The six percent advantage that Senator McCain enjoys among suburban white women has nothing to do with the relative wealth of these voters, but is based instead on the fact that women are “low hanging fruit” in the... Continue reading

  7. The Kicker


    June 5, 2008 05:10 PM

    From the hype surrounding Kindle, Amazon’s baby genius that threatens to threaten the institution of paper books, to this week’s New York Times article featuring self-proclaimed “futurist” scientist (“Are you depressed by the prospect of dying? Well, if... Continue reading

  8. The Kicker

    Great, But No G-8?

    May 30, 2008 02:03 PM

    On May 27, John McCain called for peace talks with China as well as a heavily collaborative effort with Russia to reduce the presence of nuclear warheads worldwide. Perhaps he means to re-re-reiterate his and Obama’s differing stances on holding... Continue reading

  9. The Kicker


    May 27, 2008 04:53 PM

    As if the New York Times didn’t deem a 12-page memoir-slash-essay in Sunday’s magazine enough space for Emily Gould’s pressing confessions and innermost feelings (see my colleague Megan’s take on the piece here), they’ve indulged in an online... Continue reading

  10. The Kicker

    Terry Gross’s Rules

    May 22, 2008 12:20 PM

    Over wet umbrellas and under the echo of cell phones, Terry Gross, long-time host of Fresh Air on NPR, imparted some characteristically straightforward remarks at the commencement ceremony at Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism yesterday. The recipient... Continue reading

  11. Bio

    Elizabeth Tuttle

    Elizabeth Tuttle is an intern at CJR.

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