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Past articles by Catherine:

CLIO Sports Awards Honor The Best In Sports Advertisement, Past And Present

The 2nd annual CLIO Sports Awards ceremony took place Wednesday night at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York City, paying special tribute to the late ESPN anchor Stuart Scott and honoring the year's best → Read More

Jose Antonio Vargas Has A Big Problem With How The Media Is Reporting On Immigration

Jose Antonio Vargas slammed GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump and the media Tuesday night for not educating Americans on the current immigration situation in the United States. The Pulitzer P → Read More

Don't Ask Tamron Hall What It's Like To Be A Black Female Journalist

Here's some advice if you ever find yourself talking to NBC News' and MSNBC's Tamron Hall: Don't ask about the challenges she's faced as a black woman in the news business. She won't answer. " → Read More

A Promising New Birth Control Device Is Specifically Meant To Help Low-Income Women

Womens eNews: Liletta, a Low-Cost IUD, Hailed as Game Changer A new FDA-approved intrauterine device (IUD) known as Liletta has the potential to become the gold star of birth control. While IUDs → Read More

Here Are Some Sensible, Successful Alternatives To Locking People Up Before They Go To Trial

The New York Times: Putting Fewer Innocents Behind Bars In her latest Fixes column for The New York Times, Tina Rosenberg explores the detrimental effects of keeping poor people behind bars before → Read More

The Fairly Obvious Reason Police In Other Countries Kill Fewer People Than American Police Do

Christian Science Monitor: Why police don't pull guns in many countries In the United States this year alone, there have been more than 400 fatalities as a result of police gunshots. In Germany, th → Read More

San Diego's Monarch School Is Transforming The Lives Of Homeless Children

The Rotarian Magazine: One-of-a-Kind School Gives Homeless Students a Leg Up For many homeless children nationwide, receiving a top education is simply not an option. Getting to school each morning → Read More

Chuck Todd: GOP Candidates Will Do 'A Lot Of Weird Stuff' To Stand Out In Crowded Field

What is a Republican presidential candidate to do to stand out when there are more than a dozen other contenders? Anything. Anything at all to stay relevant. At least that's what "Meet the → Read More

Australia Survived A 13-Year-Long Drought. Here's What California Can Learn.

The Christian Science Monitor: How Australians survived a 13-year drought by going low-tech Southeastern Australia suffered through a massive, 13-year drought that only ended in 2009. And yet, → Read More

'Fox & Friends' Defends Donald Trump After NBC Cuts Ties

The hosts of "Fox & Friends" stood by their frequent and favorite program guest Donald Trump Tuesday morning, following NBC's announcement that it would end its business relationship wit → Read More

One Big Way Seattle Is Improving Arts Education, As Told By A Cartoonist

Medium/Bright: How Seattle Got Its (Arts) Groove Back In what might be the first example of a solutions journalism comic strip, cartoonist and elementary school art teacher Robyn Jordan has use → Read More

New York Post, Daily News Have Identical Front Page Headlines For Captured New York Prisoner

It doesn't happen often, but sometimes New York's top competing tabloids get on the same page. The New York Daily News and the New York Post had nearly identical front pages Monday morning followin → Read More

Gannett Completes Split Of Print, Broadcasting Divisions

MCLEAN, Va. (AP) — Gannett has completed the split of its print and broadcasting divisions into separate companies. The broadcasting and digital arm, which will be called Tegna In → Read More

How One Small City Is Helping Veterans Return To Civilian Life

The Ithaca Voice: Hope on the Homefront: A 10-part series on Ithaca veterans’ return to civilian life The Ithaca Voice, an online-only news outlet in upstate New York, has launched a 10-part → Read More

Online Therapy Could Revolutionize Treatment For Mental Health Conditions

The New York Times: Depressed? Try Therapy Without the Therapist Cognitive behavioral therapy has long been considered the most effective treatment for depression and other mental health problems. → Read More

Parents Of Missing U.S. Journalist Austin Tice Commend Obama For New Ransom Policy

WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) — The parents of a Houston journalist taken hostage in Syria in 2012 have applauded President Barack Obama's decision to not prosecute families for paying ransoms to kidnap → Read More

Thailand To Teach Journalists How To Ask Questions That Won't Offend Prime Minister

BANGKOK, June 25 (Reuters) - Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha said on Thursday he was not afraid of the press, days before the government is to hold a meeting to teach journalists how to ask q → Read More

Fox News To Launch Breaking News SiriusXM Radio Channel

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Fox News is launching a new radio channel that will bring breaking news and other reports to SiriusXM subscribers. Fox News and SiriusXM announced Wednesday tha → Read More

Number Of Journalists Jailed in Egypt Hits All-Time High

* Press freedom group says 18 journalists in jail * Most accused of links to the Muslim Brotherhood * Reporters unable to enter Sinai where army fights insurgency → Read More

How 'Positive News' Is Reinventing Itself In Order To Reimagine Journalism

#OwnTheMedia: Positive News Becomes First Crowdfunded Global Media Cooperative Seán Dagan Wood, the editor-in-chief of Positive News and co-founder of the Constructive Journalism Project, is → Read More