The New York Times' Media Decoder notes that American editors did not list the overseas wars among the top stories of the year. Nor did the Pew Center's research on public interest in stories.

A New York Times correspondent in China has been forced to leave the country when his visa was not renewed. The Times is awaiting visa renewal on its bureau chief.  This follows recent reports on the personal wealth of Chinese leadership. The Atlantic Wire explores what China's Internet crackdown involves.

Now that Newsweek no longer publishes a print edition, The Spectator Magazine examines what killed it.



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