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As Kim Wall's murder trial begins, friends seeking 'justice' hope her legacy empowers women journalists
Three years ago, Kim Wall was reporting from the Marshall Islands for what would become one of her last published stories. Wall, an award-winning independent journalist, had traveled there on grant money and a tight budget with two friends, who were also graduates of Columbia Journalism School.
Kim Wall memorial grant opens for applicants so slain journalist's “spirit will live on'
Applications are being accepted for a memorial grant established in memory of a reporter who went missing while reporting on an inventor who allegedly killed her. Kim Wall, 30, an international freelance reporter who covered what she described as “the undercurrents of rebellion,” went missing in
Baby Bear Pole Dances, Then Steals a Golf Ball
This bear has all the moves. A baby bear was seen playing with a flag stick at a Canadian golf resort -- pawing at the flag, dancing across the green and using the pole as a back-scratcher. Andi Dzilums captured video of the bear while golfing with friends at the Mountainside Golf Course at
Don't Call it an Escort Service: 'ManServants' Answer to Ladies' Beck and Call
ManServants: If You Hate Your Friend, Get Her a Stripper; If You Love Her, Get Her a ManServant
In Vegas, Not Just Bachelor Parties, But Also Divorce Parties
Standing in the doorway of an airplane soaring 15,000 feet above the Las Vegas strip, Kenny Heuer held his breath as his skydiving instructor told him to prepare to jump. His plunge wasn’t just about overcoming his fear of heights, but also his fear of being single. Heuer is among the growing ranks
Resolution-Worthy Travel Adventures for 2014
In 2014, we're resolving to make New Year's resolutions less of a chore checklist and more of a Choose Your Own Adventure. Marathon in Bhutan, scuba at the Cousteau island retreat and meditate on a mountaintop. After all, they say self-improvement is all about the journey. Vineyard Vinyasas --
How to Avoid Twitter's Pitfalls (For Political Types)
Twitter has been abuzz in the capital this week thanks to not one but two major snafus. One revealed racist tweets by Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s deputy finance director, and then there was that embarrassing typo by the Republican National Committee. Where’s Olivia Pope when...
Strippers for Jesus: Former Dancer Makes It Her Mission to Save Others
One former stripper is making it her life's work to go into strip clubs, not to ogle or dance, but to evangelize. Jaime Hindman, 35, is hoping to save women's bodies and souls. She founded the group called "Divine" in Orange County, California. The group is part of a nationwide network of
DC Businesses Offer Helping Hand to Federal Employees Amid Shutdown
Businesses Show Solidarity With Furloughed Workers During Government Shutdown
Casualties Of The Shutdown (The Note)
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES OBAMA SCALES BACK ASIA TRIP: The government shutdown has forced President Obama to cancel half of his upcoming trip to Asia — he will no longer be traveling to Malaysia and the Philippines next week, ABC’s JONATHAN KARL reports. As...