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Timing is everything in acting and in journalism. In terms of the news cycle, the RNS story on Anglican/Episcopal views of homosexuality - using data from 2007 - might as well be from 1967.
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For many years now the border cities of Mexico have been heavily impacted by the deportation activities of the US Border Patrol, but never more than with the current crisis of child migrants.
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This September, sixteen journalists from around the world will gather in St. Petersburg, Florida, for a week of intensive training to become newsroom leaders others want to follow.
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Desde hace ya muchos años las ciudades fronterizas mexicanas se han visto “afectadas” con las acciones de deportación que la Patrulla Fronteriza de EUA realiza a diario.
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The Ebola epidemic has produced mixed bag of reporting from the Western press. The theme and tone of stories printed by The New York Times, for example, is American, secular, and condescending.
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With Mexico’s teen fertility rate rising over the past 15 years, experts and teen mothers evaluate government prevention efforts.
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The Western press has been notoriously shy in examining anti-Semitism and Islam. CNN’s expert piece, though interesting as history, failed as journalism.
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It is a cold winter afternoon and the New York City coffee shop is crowded and noisy. Four friends in their 20’s talk to me passionately about their religion - the Baha'i.
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TMP is pleased to announce that we will be featuring the work of senior religion reporter George Conger twice each week, looking at religion news and events around the world.
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Mexico's Ciudad Juarez is no longer the world's most dangerous city, and more importantly, it is no longer the city where journalists run the greatest risk for doing their jobs.
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