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A change at the top of The Huffington Post’s business desk: More of Peter Goodman on the ‘middle class’ | Capital New York

When Arianna Huffington hired Peter Goodman away from The New York Times to serve as editor of her website’s business and technology verticals back in September of 2010, the move was surprising for several reasons. For one thing, the notion that someone from such an esteemed paper might jump to Huffington’s splashy aggregator still seemed novel at the time.

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British minister heckled over health reforms

By Dave Boyer and Susan Crabtree – The Washington Times By Stephen Dinan – The Washington Times By Luke Rosiak – The Washington Times Independent voices from the TWT Communities A mother of three and a passionate conservative, Shirley Husar changes the game with commentary on the political game ala California, U.S.A.

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Politics, Political News – Election 2012

By DARREN SAMUELSOHN | 2/21/12 12:33 AM EST The climate researcher says he made a “lapse of my own and professional judgment and ethics.” By KENNETH P. VOGEL and ABBY PHILLIP | 2/20/12 8:42 PM EST By KENNETH P.




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Situation Room: Suicide bomb plot JKUSA: Dow closes highest since 2008 Connect the World: UN action in Syria I.D.E.A.: Investing in start-ups pays Piers: Nikki Sixx on ‘rock docs’ Situation Room: Kin turns in fugitive

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USA TODAY’s 2012 MLB Preview has the essential information every fan needs for the upcoming season. Eight different regional covers to choose from. Get a leg up on all your fellow fantasy league owners. Fantasy Baseball 2012 covers all of your draft-day needs with key stats and analysis.

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Doctors’ ties to drug makers get scrutiny

Amid concerns that treatment decisions can be affected, new rules will require disclosure ships that can color treatment decisions. Starting in 2013, federal law will require all drug and device manufacturers to disclose any payments to a physician above $10, and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services will publish the data on its website.



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News from The Associated Press

NEW YORK (AP) — Richard J. Blood, a former city editor at the New York Daily News who nurtured a generation of young journalists while teaching for more than two decades at the Columbia University School of Journalism and New York University, has died. He was 83.

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Copyright © 2012 All rights reserved. Users of this site agree to the , and Ad Choices Pinal Sheriff Babeu denies allegations he made threatSays the only thing true in an article about an alleged former boyfriend: ‘I’m gay.’ Houston remembered at hometown funeralBig entertainment names pay respects.




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ESPN Uses Poor Judgement (Shocking!) In Jeremy Lin Headline

by David Fucillo • Feb 18, 2012 12:37 AM PST Evening and weekend website editors often can find themselves scrambling for ideas late into the evening. They try for catchy headlines to grab the eye and look for ways to get creative and get the casual web surfer engaged.


AHCJ: Health Journalism 2012

A conversation with former President Jimmy Carter and first lady Rosalynn Carter will be among the highlights at Health Journalism 2012. COMPLETE HIGHLIGHTS … Health Journalism 2012 – the 14th annual conference of the Association of Health Care Journalists – is set for April 19-22 at the Sheraton Atlanta Hotel.

AP News: Flu season off to latest start in decades

ATLANTA (AP) – Health officials say the flu season is finally here – the slowest start in nearly 25 years. Until this month, there weren’t enough flu cases in the U.S. to signal the start of the season. This is the latest start to a flu season since the winter of 1987-1988.


Dioxin | Environmental Assessment | US EPA

The Issue”Dioxins” refers to a group of toxic chemical compounds that share certain chemical structures and biological characteristics. Dioxins can be released into the environment through forest fires, backyard burning of trash, certain industrial activities, and residue from past commercial burning of waste.

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Female Genital Cutting Must End: Clinton

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton joined public health advocates in Washington D.C. to celebrate International Day of Zero Tolerance to Female Genital Mutilation. The press conference was intended to highlight the continuing need for policy changes and new strategies to end FGM and promote support for women who have undergone the procedures.

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Republican Hearing on Contraception: No Women Allowed | The Nation

The panel for this morning’s House Oversight and Government Reform committee hearing on birth control access. This morning, the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee is holding a hearing titled “Lines Crossed: Separation of Church and State. Has the Obama Administration Trampled on Freedom of Religion and Freedom of Conscience?”


News from The Associated Press

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — Poachers have slaughtered at least 200 elephants in the past five weeks in a patch of Africa where they are more dangerously endangered than anywhere else on Earth, wildlife activists said. The money made from selling elephant tusks is fueling misery throughout the continent, the International Fund for Animal Welfare warned.




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Insights from comprehensive, interactive look at aging

“Brave Old World” is a fascinating multimedia look at aging produced by News21 fellows from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism. The site debuted after a team of 13 young reporters spent 10 weeks interviewing older adults, their families and a variety of experts. On-the-ground research took the group to eight states

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Brian Stelter: What I Read

How do people deal with the torrent of information pouring down on us all? What sources can’t they live without? We regularly reach out to prominent figures in media, entertainment, politics, the arts and the literary world, to hear their answers.

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