NNA News

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a—drone?

June 6, 2014

What someone thinks of drones depends on two things: Who it’s pointed at and who’s holding the controller.

Sentiment turns against NSA’s bulk data collection

June 6, 2014

Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner, R-Menomonee Falls, feels misled.

NNAF program brings young journalists to DC

June 6, 2014

For Averi Haugesag, the National Newspaper Association Foundation’s News Fellow program provided a unique opportunity to delve into national security and privacy issues surrounding the National Security Agency and use that information in the best tradition of community journalism: to write about the large-scale drone program being developed at her home University of North Dakota and nearby Grand Forks Air Force Base.

Publishers’ front-page protest produces positive result

June 6, 2014

Community newspapers across America organized what appears to have been a successful protest to get the Newseum in Washington, to include community newspapers in its Today’s Front Pages exhibit.

McCaslin wins lifetime achievement award

May 6, 2014

Executive Editor Deb McCaslin, of the Broken Bow Custer County Chief, received the Lifetime Achievement in Volunteer Service Award at the 2014 First Lady’s Outstanding Community Service Awards Luncheon, held April 11, at the University of Nebraska in Omaha and sponsored by Serve Nebraska.

Mentoring young journalists has rewards

May 6, 2014

Is journalism dead? Some would say so. Many think it already has gone along with the land line telephone.

Snowden’s disclosures caused political divisions

May 6, 2014

Hero. Whistleblower. Coward. Traitor. These are some of the names that Edward Snowden, a former National Security Agency contractor, was called after leaking confidential documents concerning data collection by the NSA last June.

Is the NSA Orwell’s ‘Big Brother’ watching us or our big brother looking out for us?

May 6, 2014

There is irrefutable evidence U.S. citizens are being watched, thousands, perhaps tens or hundreds of thousands, maybe even millions, daily. The only questions remaining unclear are: Who is doing the watching? And are the rights of everyday, law-abiding Americans being violated?

NSA says its surveillance stays within the law

May 6, 2014

A tunnel of trees lines either side of Interstate 295, north of the nation’s capital.

NSA monitoring a hot topic for nation, Kansas politicians

May 6, 2014

In the months since National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden leaked sensitive documents held by the NSA, the public discussion and opinion about the agency’s actions have fluctuated between almost hero-like approval for Snowden and outright rage at the perceived breach of privacy.

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