chris hondros

I'm feeling particularly haunted by Chris Hondros tonight. Chris was an incredible photojournalist and I got to know him a bit when I was in Iraq. I love my family, my job and my colleagues and the little life that's been built around me and for me by thousands of hands, but I wonder, am I failing Chris?
So many war correspondents are similar to the many men and women in uniform, who work hard, do their jobs, and even perform acts of heroism, that you'll never hear about, and who never go around bragging, seeking recognition. Then, we have Bill O'Reilly.
Dr. Karin Karlekar and Danny O'Brien join Ahmed to discuss the sources of oppression when it comes to international press.
If no story is worth a life, then why is murder the number one cause of journalists' deaths worldwide? In addition to those who have been killed, dozens have been attacked, kidnapped, or forced into exile in connection with their coverage of crime and corruption.
"I would have watched him die," Junger said. "You could go get yourself killed if you wanted, basically," he said. "I think
Junger, who started out as a freelancer in Bosnia and went on to write best-selling books like "The Perfect Storm," said
Google announced Monday that, in collaboration with the Newseum, it will launch the Journalists Memorial Channel on YouTube
MOSUL, Iraq — Until the past week, Samar Hassan had never glimpsed the photograph of her that millions had seen, never knew
Fox and Marshall, it appears, are collateral damage resulting from when Reuters - once a venerable institution of journalism
None of the comparisons between the NATO/U.S. war in Kosovo and the war in Libya recognize the importance of the 1999 airstrikes