Trending stories: Havana and "the Hack"

by  Kirsten Browning Thursday, 18 Dec. 2014
First up, the hack. "Satire really is dead," laments Scott Deveau with Bloomberg News, after Sony officially dropped ‘The Interview’ following terrorist threats (which amassed 15,000+ shares). Furthermore, American officials are said to find North Korea ordered the cyberattack ...

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Joshua Brustein
Joshua Brustein
Joshua Brustein

I write for @BW. To all my people throughout Queens: God bless your life.

Scott Deveau
Scott Deveau
Scott Deveau

Canadian deals reporter @BloombergNews. @BlueJays and @Patriots fan. sdeveau2@bloomberg.net.

Rick  Gladstone
Rick  Gladstone
Rick Gladstone

Reporter and editor on The New York Times Foreign Desk.

Kim Zetter
Kim Zetter
Kim Zetter

Senior staff writer for @Wired. Author of new book - Countdown to Zero Day: Stuxnet and the Launch of the ...

Paul Beban
Paul Beban
Paul Beban

Correspondent for Al Jazeera America @ajam, dad, two-time avalanche survivor. Three's probably pushing it.

Dan Gillmor
Dan Gillmor
Dan Gillmor

Teacher, writer, speaker, investor, etc.

Jefferson Graham
Jefferson Graham
Jefferson Graham

Jefferson Graham is a longtime technology columnist for USA TODAY

Pat Dorsey
Pat Dorsey
Pat Dorsey

Publisher of the Herald-Tribune Media Group. Husband to my beautiful wife Kecia and father to my amazing kids Connor, Makenna ...

Scott Meslow
Scott Meslow
Scott Meslow

Entertainment editor and film/TV critic @TheWeek, sometimes writer @vulture, @TheAtlantic, @politicomag, other places. Stannis is the one true king.

Mary Elizabeth Williams
Mary Elizabeth Williams
Mary Elizabeth Williams

http://Salon.com writer. Melanomaniac. Clinical trial lab rat. Uptowner. Instigator. Caller of shenanigans. Now writing new book on my cancer adventures.

Carol Pucci
Carol Pucci
Carol Pucci

Carol Pucci is a Seattle-based travel writer/blogger and the former travel writer at the Seattle Times. Send news tips to ...

Peter Bright
Peter Bright
Peter Bright

༼ つ ◕_◕ ༽つ Ars Technica Technology Editor. I tweet on no-one's behalf but my own. Retweets are endorsements unless ...

Today in politics and punditry

by  Kirsten Browning Wednesday, 17 Dec. 2014
"I'm actively exploring some lunch plans right now," jokingly tweets Politico's Blake Hounshell, poking fun at the language used in the trending "Note from Jeb Bush," a Facebook post announcing Bush's first steps toward running in ...

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Blake Hounshell
Blake Hounshell
Blake Hounshell

Editorial director, digital, at POLITICO, formerly at Foreign Policy. Mostly international, some politics. RT means it's interesting. bhounshell[at]politico

Mark Frankel
Mark Frankel
Mark Frankel

Social media manager for BBC News. Overseeing @bbcbreaking (2014 #OnlineMediaAwards winner) @bbcnews and @bbcworld, BBC News Facebook and G+ pages

Colin Campbell
Colin Campbell
Colin Campbell

.@bi_politics reporter and aspiring Skitch-er. Whoa ≠ actual whoa. I'm easy to reach: ccampbell@businessinsider.com & 646-376-6023

Philip Bump
Philip Bump
Philip Bump

Writer for The Washington Post's politics blog, The Fix. philip.bump@washpost.com

Jim Aley
Jim Aley
Jim Aley

Bloomberg Businessweek technology editor

Wesley Lowery
Wesley Lowery
Wesley Lowery

seek truth :: give voice to the voiceless :: shine light in the darkness

Cathleen Decker
Cathleen Decker
Cathleen Decker

Deputy National editor, Political editor and writer, Los Angeles Times. And other things. cathleen.decker@latimes.com

Nick Corasaniti
Nick Corasaniti
Nick Corasaniti

First Drafter at New York Times Washington Bureau. Also, I surf & like sandwiches. NYCer at heart. corasan@nytimes.com

Matt Duss
Matt Duss
Matt Duss

President, Foundation for Middle East Peace @fmep Electric guitar canonist. Proud son of Nyack. Opinions my own.

John Hudson
John Hudson
John Hudson

Senior Reporter @ForeignPolicy and co-author of The Cable blog | tips: John.Hudson@ForeignPolicy.com

Leon Neal
Leon Neal
Leon Neal

Press photographer for AFP news agency. It goes without saying that this waffle isn't endorsed by my employer, as that ...

Kevin Clark
Kevin Clark
Kevin Clark

National NFL columnist at The Wall Street Journal. kevin.clark@wsj.com

Will Lee
Will Lee
Will Lee

Editor, http://t.co/4HzJYZNBW8

Heartbreak in the headlines again

by  Kirsten Browning Tuesday, 16 Dec. 2014
"Can we all agree 2014 = an awful year in news?" tweets Climate Wire's Elizabeth Harball, as journalists woke to the news that 130 Pakistanis, most of them children, are dead after an attack by the ...

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Saeed Ahmed
Saeed Ahmed
Saeed Ahmed

Senior Assignment Editor at CNN Digital, overseeing natl & intl coverage. Off work, I'm @writer_dad News tips? saeed.ahmed(at)http://cnn.com

Caroline Rowland
Caroline Rowland
Caroline Rowland

Reporter for @mynews13

Elizabeth Harball
Elizabeth Harball
Elizabeth Harball

I cover the forest beat for E&E Publishing's ClimateWire. Stories also occasionally appear on Scientific American.

Humeyra Pamuk
Humeyra Pamuk
Humeyra Pamuk

Turkey-based Reuters energy correspondent

Nick Logan
Nick Logan
Nick Logan

Nomad turned journalist @globalnational & @globalnews world beat. Likes int'l news, film & all things vegetarian. http://t.co/QC6d3kN0Vs

David Waldman
David Waldman
David Waldman

Contributing Editor, Daily Kos & host of Daily Kos Radio's Kagro in the Morning, M-F, 9-11 ET on http://t.co/gCz4Rs4OgF. Podcasts: ...

Featured journalists: Bridie Jabour and Katharine Murphy

by  Kirsten Browning Monday, 15 Dec. 2014
Today we would like to take time to recognize Bridie Jabour and Katharine Murphy, the Guardian Australia journalists who have been tirelessly liveblogging the hostage crisis in Sydney. Jabour is a reporter while Murphy serves as ...

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Bridie Jabour
Bridie Jabour
Bridie Jabour

Guardian Australia reporter. Views not the Guardian's, unless its view is curly hair is cool.

Katharine Murphy
Katharine Murphy
Katharine Murphy

Deputy Political Editor Guardian Australia. Politics Live. Author of Dispatches column. Adjunct Associate Professor of Journalism at the University of

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