The day's China news in pictures: Elderly residents work as security volunteers in Beijing, a boy whose eyes were gouged out celebrates after successful orbital-implant surgery, children paint face masks, and more.
China Mobile put a shiny golden apple on its Beijing website, teasing the imminent launch of Apple Inc.’s iPhones.
Commenters on HuffPost mobile apps will soon need Facebook verification too
Amid the uproar over the Huffington Post’s announcement that commenting now requires Facebook verification — which itself requires supplying Facebook with a phone number — some users found a loophole: They could still use their old usernames (and not … Read more
Oakland (Mich.) Press Executive Editor Glenn Gilbert apologized to the Washington Examiner for a “word-for-word usage of material” from a Dec. 6 Examiner article. He’d previously told Examiner Managing Editor/Digital Jennifer Peebles, “You’re not goi
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney took questions Thursday about photographer access to White House events, the subject of a fiery op-ed by AP Director of Photography Santiago Lyon.
Carney said the “fundamental difference here is distribution,” according … Read more
Texas A&M will bring its major in journalism back next fall, the school reported on its website Monday. The decision was announced after approval Monday from the faculty senate.
According to the school: “It will be a small, … Read more
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