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The Biden campaign drafted questions for the president's interviews on a pair of Black radio shows

Jul. 07, 2024 16:28 PM EDT

CHAPIN, S.C. (AP) — President Joe Biden 's campaign provided lists of approved questions to two radio hosts who did the first interviews with him after his faltering debate performance, both hosts said on Saturday. Biden's Thursday appearances on Black radio shows in the critical...

Philadelphia radio host Howard Eskin suspended from Phillies home games over 'unwelcome kiss'

Jul. 03, 2024 13:30 PM EDT

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Philadelphia sports radio host Howard Eskin has been suspended from Phillies home games for the rest of the season after investigations by his employer showed he kissed a worker for Citizens Bank Park’s food service provider without consent. Audacy, the parent...

A Vatican Radio territory in north Rome once blamed for electro-smog will become a solar farm

Jun. 26, 2024 10:23 AM EDT

ROME (AP) — Pope Francis decreed Wednesday that an area of northern Rome, long the source of controversy because of electromagnetic waves emitted by Vatican Radio towers there, will now house a field of solar panels to fuel Vatican City. Citing the Vatican’s pledge in U.N....

After editor's departure, Washington Post's publisher faces questions about phone hacking stories

Jun. 07, 2024 23:34 PM EDT

NEW YORK (AP) — The Washington Post's new publisher is facing questions about whether he made efforts to conceal — in his own newspaper and elsewhere — his involvement in a British phone hacking scandal from his time working for Rupert Murdoch a decade ago. The weeklong saga,...

Journalists critical of their own companies cause headaches for news organizations

Apr. 26, 2024 00:52 AM EDT

NEW YORK (AP) — This spring, NBC News, The New York Times and National Public Radio have each dealt with turmoil for essentially the same reason: journalists taking the critical gaze they deploy to cover the world and turning it inward at their own employers. Whistleblowing isn't...