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Olly Masters has been a wanted man since he got promoted in his role as assistant journalist. He has never spared a thought for the truths he exposes, or the consequences of doing so. He has never been able to correct his ways, no matter how hard he tries. He feeds off the trouble. But now, it...
The truth is that bloggers have emerged as better alternative because traditional media betrayed the faith imposed on them by the readers. It's now very clear that newspapers/electronic media take stand according to their political affiliations. Most news is now sponsored news. And that's the...
Small town Florida politics are depicted in this story about the development of Florida at any cost. Kelly Sands is a reporter covering some of the more controversial and contentious issues in the north Florida town of Calloway. Dead armadillos and gopher tortoise carcasses are left as calling...
By Nicola Chudasch
a short tale of two journalists on the hunt for the supernatural, and a good story.
By Celeste Neumann
Colin Mackenzie was once a top reporter for the London Times until he neglected to check the validity of his resources. Forced to resign, he eventually found another job with one of Britain's sleaziest tabloids as a gossip columnist exposing bizarre phenomena - UFOs, messiahs, sÃ©ance madams...
Iraqi security officers were very helpful, professional and respectful to all mourners. On Monday, at least 28 people were killed and 78 wounded in a wave of bomb attacks in central Iraq against mourners.
I Ajmal Mehdi condemns in the strongest terms by volunteering my time in Karbala for help...
My pen and my pad is a blog, which shares samples of works written by Aija M. Butler.
By Dana The Cyberpoet
Often due to time limitations, rushing, carelessness etc.
journalists just don`t get an appropriate presentation of many of their stories to the public. For the Muse this spiel follows...