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When will journalism grapple with the ethics of interviewing mentally ill arrestees?

When, in a December 2016 column for The Hill, I accused the New York Times, the venerable “Gray Lady” of American journalism, of violating basic journalistic ethics in its reporting on the arrest of a patently mentally ill man in D.C. — and then, […]

When will journalism grapple with the ethics of interviewing mentally ill arrestees?

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When, in a December 2016 column for The Hill, I accused the New York Times, the venerable “Gray Lady” of American journalism, of violating basic journalistic ethics in its reporting on the arrest of a patently mentally ill man in D.C. — and then, […]

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MGMRI paid for silence of Mandalay Bay security officer Jesus Campos with lavish gifts

LAS VEGAS — Luis Castro said his former brother-in-law Mandalay Bay Security Officer Jesus Campos told him that MGM Resorts International (MGMRI)  knew that gunman Stephen Paddock had "suspicious amounts

Congress approves short-term measure to prevent shutdown

WASHINGTON — A partial government shutdown was averted Thursday afternoon following House and Senate passage of a continuing resolution (CR) that maintains funding at existing levels through Dec. 21. The

Las Vegas Police wanted to breach Paddock’s rooms but worried about booby-traps and barricades

LAS VEGAS — Within minutes after Stephen Paddock fired his last shots into the Route 91 Harvest music festival from his sniper's nest inside his Mandalay Bay Hotel suite,

LVMPD delayed release of shooter’s body until FBI arrived

LAS VEGAS — Twelve hours after the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department breached gunman Stephen Paddock’s 32nd-floor suite of the Mandalay Bay Hotel and found him dead, a coroner’s

President George H.W. Bush leaves us with a legacy of service

WASHINGTON – During President George H.W. Bush’s four years in office (1989-93), the geopolitical structure of the world changed dramatically. Eastern bloc nations gained independence, the Berlin Wall came down, the

Texas history could make you rich

Back in 1996 Autry Stephens decided that he wanted to claim his share of oil riches so he struck out on his own and soon named his one rig

Letters to Jim: Holiday edition

Hard to believe an entire year has now passed. I want to thank all of you who have taken the time to write to me. My ass has never

Prospective gassing of human beings in Alabama is an abomination

When, in October 2016, I wrote “[d]eath row inmates in Alabama are human guinea pigs” because the state’s capital punishment regime — specifically its barbaric, often bungled lethal injection

LVMPD had 20 rifle certified officers at music festival

LAS VEGAS — Why was it that Stephen Paddock fired unhindered for well over ten minutes from an elevated position without the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department countering his

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