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    Cartoonist Robert Crumb on Charlie Hebdo attacks & sad state of American media

    "It was like an old institution on the radical end of things, you know. Yeah, it doesn’t exist in the US, there’s nothing like that. It just went on for so long, you know. And it’s gonna still go on, they’re going to keep it going." 

    NEW YORK OBSERVER

    JK Rowling mocks Rupert Murdoch for anti-Muslim tweet

    The author has some suggestions on what might be the responsibility of Christians if Muslims are held accountable for terrorists' actions.

    THE INDEPENDENT

    Discovery Channel: Trying to get its credibility back?

    The new boss says the channel, once turned to as a trusted source of educational programming, needs to give up dramas that mislead people.

    SALON

    Cosby: You have to be careful drinking around me

    In a rare reference to the sexual assault allegations against him, Bill Cosby told a woman attending his comedy show that, "you have to be careful about drinking around me."

    CNN

    Jay from Serial takes issue with Sarah Koenig

    Jay, the main witness in the 1999 murder trial of Adnan Syed chronicled by the recent podcast Serial, takes major issue with producer Sarah Koenig.

    SLATE

    Every error The Stranger regrets from 2014

    A laundry list of The Stranger's editorial and miscellaneous regrets.

    STRANGER (SEATTLE)

    David Brooks: Best magazine articles of 2014

    First up: A powerful argument for reparations for slavery.

    NEW YORK TIMES

    The Sony hack and the yellow press

    Aaron Sorkin: The press shouldn't help the Sony hackers. 

    NEW YORK TIMES

    Rolling Stone: Uhh, we didn't mean to blame the young woman

    The magazine clarified its apology, which had seemed to blame the woman who said she had been raped.

    LOS ANGELES TIMES

    Rolling Stone story was so bad everybody connected with it should lose their jobs

    Instead, the editors are trying to blame the young woman they interviewed for all the magazine staff's journalistic failures.

    WASHINGTON POST
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