Views of the News: Anthony Shadid; Can Women Have It All?; Citizens United; Murdoch's Breakup

Jun 27, 2012

Anthony Shadid

Abby Ohlheiser, The Slatest: "Reporter Said To Have Blamed NYT for His Death"

Jo Tuckman, The Guardian: "Mexico journalists tortured and killed by drug cartels"

Women Can't Have it All

Jodi Kantor, The New York Times: "Elite Women Put a New Spin on an Old Debate"

Anne-Marie Slaughter, The Atlantic: "Why Women Still Can't Have It All"

The Diane Rehm Show, NPR: "The Ongoing Struggle To Balance Career And Family"

Gloria Feldt, Forbes: "Think Women Can't Have It All? She Means Business Aims For More"

Associate Press, The Washington Post: "Magazine piece by ex-State Dept official on 'Why Women Still Can't Have It All' strikes chord"

Million Dollar Donors

NPR: The SuperPAC Superdonors

Murdoch Splits Holdings

Dan Sabbagh, Lisa O'Carroll and John Plunkett, The Guardian: "Murdoch's shares of newspaper market is too big, says Miliband"

Ryan Nakashima, The Post and Courier: "Murdoch's News Corp. media empire considers split in 2"

Associated Press, NPR: "News Corp. Considers Split In 2, Stock Jumps"

Felix Gillette, Bloomberg Businessweek: "Can Rupert Murdoch Divide and Conquer?"