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|Global Voices Online|
Journalistic blog with a daily collection of interesting conversations, information, and ideas appearing around the world.
World political and business news and commentary. Includes frequent updates, an archive of past postings, and links to other blogs.
|Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler, The|
Comments on news and current events from a conservative political view.
Weblog discussing and evaluating news on media, popular culture, and technology. Includes homemade MP3s, books, and links.
|Blog Herald, The|
Provides blogging news, reviews, development and interviews.
Covers history, philosophy, science and cultural trends from a traditional liberal point of view.
Offer regular expat news, a list of links to handpicked blogs and forums for worldwide destinations, and their Expat Blog awards.
A Weblog with posts about current events in the news and popular culture, with links to each news story covered. Includes text-only version for Macs and handhelds.
A photo-rich Web log about current events in the media, technology, crime, and other interesting occurrences.
|Hit & Run|
Reason Magazine's Web log offering editorial opinions on current events and issues of politics and culture.
Blog by Glenn Reynolds with comments and links to news and current events. Also available for PDAs. Includes links to other weblogs.
On-the-ground reports on critical events like the 2006 coup in Thailand, and the protests against the military junta in Burma.
|Little Green Footballs|
Comments with current event information links. Includes polls, archives, and reader comments.
Community Weblog covering current events. Includes archives, discussion area, and search.
Syndicated columnist and author with commentary on current events. Includes links to several of her articles.
Comments on news stories sorted by category.
|Right Wing News|
Conservative blog with features, daily news, links to referrers, and comments.
|So Cal Rants|
Rants about California politics, "HollyWierd", sports and business
|Taegan Goddard's Political Wire|
A Web log about current events in politics. Also includes a browser dashboard feature, links to free and subscription news, list of inbound links, and a built-in Amazon.com store.
|Volokh Conspiracy, The|
Group blog with news and commentary. Includes links to resources about the Second Amendment.
|Winds of Change|
Blog with news and comments about the War on Terrorism. Includes archives and links to reader comments.
|Alive in Baghdad|
A weekly videoblog produced by a team of American and Iraqi correspondents on the ground in Iraq. Including testimonies from individual Iraqis, footage of daily life and short news segments. No longer updated.
|Amish Tech Support|
A blog mostly consisting of news and editorials, spattered with personal and technology notes. Includes quite a few links to other blogs and blogrolls.
'Niti' in Sanskrit means policy or strategy. Includes views and commentary on current political and economics related news and events.
|Ask the Editors|
Meet the press and gain feedback as editors answer questions from readers of the Spokesman-Review about the newspaper's ethics, policies and news decisions. Offer RSS feed.
|Back to Iraq|
Christopher Allbritton, a former AP and New York Daily News reporter writes about Iraq. No longer updated.
Girl blog from Iraq discussing the war, politics, and occupation.
A current events Web log with commentaries and links to news.
|Bullshit News Today|
Brings you the latest news ranging from politics, science, technology, entertainment and business. Experience the world's bullshit at one place.
Web magazine featuring news, culture, and information on China.
Newsletter with news from politics to pop culture. Includes selected archives. Created by Dave Pell.
A current events Weblog written mostly in German but with some English. Also includes a large selection of links to Web development resources.
Current events are submitted by users and voted to the front page.
Book author and journalist Michelle Leder writes about personal finance and investing. Includes a how-to section on reading SEC filings.
|Geoffrey Chaucer Hath a Blog|
Humorous site is a blog as written by author Geoffrey Chaucer in which "Chaucer" comments on current affairs (such as "Britney Spearses" and "MynSpace").
|Infomaniac: Behind the News|
A blog by a news researcher, sharing on current events, technology, the Internet, and blogging. Includes a large selection of related links.
|Japan's Lost Generation|
Researcher's page on social withdraw as well as Japanese news and analysis on youth social issues related to Japan's Lost Generation.
|Live From Kuwait|
News and comments about current events from the perspective of a Kuwait citizen.
Journals topics on the media, such as politics, free press, intellectual property, Internet radio, streaming media, and activism.
|Monkeys in My Pants|
A Weblog focusing on politics, current events, and media news.
|New Media Musings|
Joseph D. Lasica plots and monitors emerging technologies, the evolution of new media, and their impact on culture.
Source for socially interactive news. The place where you write, comment on, and ask questions about the news.
Web magazine focusing on current events and information related to New York City.
|Oliver Willis - Like Kryptonite to Stupid|
Covers a broad topic range including elections, media figures, sports, politicians, economics, free speech, homeland security, and entertainment. Also offers occasional radio show as MP3 files.
A blog created to examine diverse curent issues through the lenses of peace and social justice.
|Pontifex Ex Machina|
Blog by a marine in the Iraqi war. Includes his observations and comments about news along with reader comments.
Cori Dauber, an Associate Professor of Communication Studies, covers topics dealing with the way the media represents war and the military. Particular emphasis on events since September 11th.
|Rants and Ramblings|
A blog with categories about news, politics, culture, media, technology, travel, and other topics.
A Weblog of current events and personal ramblings. Also includes 'Voices' blog on September 11, 2001 Twin Towers attack and experiences evolving thereof.
|South-East Asia Earthquake and Tsunami Blog|
Provides news and information about resources, aid, donations and volunteer efforts regarding the December 26, 2004 tsunami.
Users' opinions on current events, politics and Web sites.
|Up for Anything|
A Weblog featuring commentaries on news and current events, fads, attitudes, and issues.
A commentary on current events and news. Also features Web awards, online games, photo galleries, newsfeed examples, online Web development tools, and links to Web design resources.
|Viper Squad Ten|
A blog of commentaries about happenings on the media.
Dutch blog by the newspaper Volkskrant with posts from journalists, columnists, and readers.
|Where is Raed?|
Diary about life in Baghdad written by a man using the alias "Salam Pax".
|World Bank President|
Keeping tabs on the likely candidates for this role, their track records, and the intrigues surrounding the selection process.
A freelance journalist shares her commentaries on tech culture, media, and other news. Includes listing of author's current projects.