Fox Vows to Defend Rosen, Stop-and-Frisk Trial Winding Down, Poor Are Leaving Cities Behind: P.M. Links


  • So between the AP and Fox News, they've pissed off everybody now, right?
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    Fox News has vowed to defend reporter James Rosen, should the DOJ actually attempt to name him a criminal co-conspirator in connection with a news leak.

  • As the stop-and-frisk civil rights challenge in New York City comes to a close, the city's attorney insisted there was "no indication of racial motivation whatsoever"  in the police's behavior, despite all evidence to the contrary.
  • One of the hunger-strikers at Guantanamo Bay has turned to Twitter (through his lawyer) to try to get support for closing down the detention facility.
  • A report from the Brookings Institution says that the poor are moving out of cities to the suburbs, because that's where jobs and affordable housing can be found.
  • Police raided and shut down an independent newspaper in Uganda in connection with a conflict between an army general and the president of the country.
  • Boeing's troubled 787 Dreamliners are returning to the skies over the United States.

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