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The White House said Friday that the beheading of American journalist James Foley by ISIS militants constituted a terrorist attack against the United States.  Full story
Maria Shriver has quietly moved on from Arnold Schwarzenegger with ABC News political analyst Matthew Dowd.  Full story
The St. Ann officer, identified as Lt. Ray Albers, was captured on video aiming his semi-automatic assault rifle at several media members and peaceful protesters just before midnight Tuesday during a demonstration along the streets of Ferguson.   Full story
The View co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg and Rosie O'Donnell are reportedly at war over who will get the moderator seat when the 18th season premieres September 15.  Full story
Following its crushing defeat before the U.S. Supreme Court earlier this summer, streaming video startup Aereo tried to stay alive by arguing that since the court said it was acting like a cable company, it should then be considered a cable company.  Full story
James Foley's parents, John and Diane Foley, say that before their son was killed by ISIS they had hoped they could negotiate with the terrorist group, and promise that their son's legacy will live on.  Full story
Today anchor and correspondent Jenna Wolfe announced Friday that she and her partner, NBC News foreign correspondent Stephanie Gosk, are expecting a baby girl in February!   Full story
Ryan Schuessler will not be returning to Ferguson.  Full story
State Sen. Dawson Hodgson has hired former TV reporter Andrew Gobeil to manage his Republican campaign for attorney general.  Full story
Apparently “The O'Reilly Factor” just needed Bill O'Reilly himself to reclaim the show's chart-topping mojo.  Full story
Today, CNN's Don Lemon interviewed Talib Kweli about why the rapper chose to travel to Ferguson and participate in protests there. It did not go very well.  Full story
As cable news continues to search for new ways to cover the situation in Ferguson, Mo., following the fatal shooting for unarmed teenager Michael Brown by a police officer last Saturday, Fox News’ On the Record with Greta Van Susteren tried out an unusual approach.  Full story
American journalist James Foley was murdered by Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) militants, who on Aug. 19 publicized the killing in a graphic video uploaded to YouTube.  Full story
Doug Levy, an 18-year veteran of Univision Chicago Radio who’s also known as a former Chicago rock radio personality, has been promoted to vice president and general manager of Univision Local Media here.  Full story
If you follow the inner workings of the media industry, you’ve probably read journalist Ryan L. Schuessler’s fairly devastating rant about the scrum of reporters and photographers in Ferguson, Mo. currently covering the August 9 killing of Michael Brown.   Full story
Consumers Union and Common Cause have teamed up on a petition to deny the merger of Comcast and Time Warner Cable.  Full story
The Columbia Daily Tribune, a Missouri newspaper, is being criticized over a cartoon it published Thursday related to the shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown and the Ferguson looting that followed.  Full story
"20/20" anchor Elizabeth Vargas and husband, singer-songwriter Marc Cohn, are reportedly going their separate ways after 12 years of marriage.  Full story
As school is getting back in session comes a song that gives the children a proper sendoff, "Baby Got Class." In the vein of the genius musical parody icon Weird Al, the Holderness family of Raleigh-Durham has put together a shockingly well done music video parody of Sir Mix-a-Lot's 1992 hit that never quit, "Baby Got Back." Watch below.  Full story
Freelance journalist James Foley was brutally killed yesterday after being held for 21 months by Islamic militants in Syria. Despite the increasing dangers of working in the region, despite the many journalists who have been kidnapped or are still missing, and despite dreading this news, it has taken us all by surprise and we are deeply, deeply shocked.  Full story
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