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Helen Thomas taught me that being liked isn't everything
Thomas left behind a legacy that challenges the perception of how women in media should act.
Courtney E Martin
Last updated: 25 Jul 2013 14:03 GMT
The American dream: Survival is not an aspiration
Equal opportunity and upward mobility is a long-lost American Dream.
Last updated: 22 Jul 2013 14:08 GMT
Pioneer journalist Helen Thomas dies at 92
Trailblazing reporter who covered the White House for nearly five decades has died in Washington.
Last updated: 21 Jul 2013 06:13 GMT
Egypt's 12,001 missing votes
How can Egypt's elections be described as free and non-violent when the country has so many political prisoners?
Last updated: 04 Dec 2011 09:34 GMT
Is Tony Kushner the new Helen Thomas?
Jewish playright's honorary degree is restored after it was stripped from him for being "too critical of Israel".
Last updated: 10 May 2011 16:10 GMT
Helen Thomas: Thrown to the wolves
At a time of forgiveness, why is Helen Thomas still being ostracized?
Last updated: 29 Dec 2010 13:58 GMT
Why do Jewish groups ignore Beck?
Jewish organisations avoid criticising Glenn Beck and propagate Islamophobia for the perceived benefit of Israel.
Last updated: 23 Dec 2010 13:28 GMT
The roots of Israeli exceptionalism
Supporting Palestinians, not 'Holocaustianity' the best way to remember the Holocaust, says author.
Mohamed El-Moctar El-Shinqiti
Last updated: 28 Jun 2010 06:56 GMT
The meaning of strangulation
Mark LeVine looks at Chuck Schumer's call for Israel to 'economically strangle' Gaza.
Last updated: 17 Jun 2010 09:07 GMT
The cautionary tale of Helen Thomas
Journalist's words a sign of things to come as US grows weary of conflict, says Mark LeVine.
Last updated: 09 Jun 2010 06:24 GMT
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In pictures: Ukrainian protesters set up camp
In the largest demonstration since the Orange Revolution, protesters vow to occupy central square until demands are met.
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