- Making News: Vigilante Killings in Mexico City
TV cameras looked on as a crowd of angry residents burned 2 suspected kidnappers to death in the streets of Mexico City on Monday. It turned out the men were who they said they were, federal agents, staking out suspected drug dealers. Serio Sarmiento comments on politics for TV Azteca, Mexico-s second largest TV network. He joins Warren on the matter.
- Reporter-s Notebook: Whither the LA Times
Just weeks after the staff of the LA Times won 5 Pulitzer Prizes, it learned that cut backs were planned by the paper-s owner, the Chicago Tribune. Rachel Smolkin is senior writer for the American Journalism Review at the University of Maryland. Her recent story is titled, Whither the LA Times?