M. Alex Johnson – Journalist at Large

An analog journalist in a digital world

2011 Clips

Michigan man may have intentionally infected hundreds with HIV

New diet rules curb Meals on Wheels

For some churches, the Internet clicks; for others it doesn’t

Is Obama’s rail initiative a ‘train to nowhere’?

No, crackheads aren’t coming to get you

Sports fans play the Washington game

Romney campaign puts Mormon faith in spotlight

Majority of states lining up to ditch No Child Left Behind

US data on ‘bad doctors’ closed to the public

FAA dispute costing millions more than it would save

Porn piracy wars get personal

Murdoch’s ‘foggy’ performance may have served him well

FBI intends to trawl controversial immigration program

Foreign computer tech comes pre-infected for your convenience

U.S. aims to track ‘untraceable’ prepaid cash cards

• Challenges to red light cameras span U.S.

Prices soar on the used car lot

Deadly virus hits horse circuit

Police on radio scanner apps: That’s not a 10-4

Conservative student group becomes a lightning rod beyond campuses

Bin Laden compound could yield big intelligence harvest

Osama bin Laden killed in Pakistan, Obama says

Bible edits leave some feeling cross

Obama: Military action has stopped Gadhafi

Triple whammy slows Japan relief effort

Safety debate delays new license for Japan-type reactor

Teacher layoffs raise class-size tensions

Agencies consider new kidney transplant rules

Schools cut lunch options for kids who struggle to pay

States seek to copy Arizona immigration law

• State of the Union 2011: Obama urges cooperation and innovation

The Twitter Snowball Effect, the Zodiac and NPR

2011 CES: Automated two-wheeler aims to be the car of the future

2011 CES: Four-wheeled computers take to the road

2011 CES: Fractured Android leaves orphan tablets behind

2011 CES: Microsoft previews ‘system on a chip’

2011 CES: Hardware is back at CES

Written by Alex

January 22, 2011 at 11:43 am

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