Apple Daily writer arrested at Hong Kong airport under new security laws

Hong Kong: A journalist from the now-defunct Hong Kong pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily was arrested at the city’s airport while attempting to leave the city, local media reported. Local newspaper South China Morning Post and online news outlet Citizen News cited unidentified sources saying that editorial writer Fung Wai-kong was arrested on suspicion of foreign collusion to endanger national security.

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Lucifer writer reveals final season includes 'darkest episode ever written' as bosses share plot clues

LUCIFER showrunner Joe Henderson has revealed the show's final season includes the 'darkest episode ever written' as bosses share plot clues. The writer spilled the beans as fans were teased with what could be in store for their favourite characters. The revelation came as the Lucifer Writers Room Twitter account asked followers to 'Guess the Writer'. While viewers have been

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Washington Post Writer Who Debunked Atlantic Story Says 'Fencing Injuries' Tipped Him Off

“I had a general sense that fencers are really well protected and don’t often suffer injuries as described in that story,” Erik Wemple tells TheWrap C-SPAN Erik Wemple, the Washington Post media critic who first questioned the accuracy of Ruth Shalit Barrett’s now-discredited story in The Atlantic, said he first grew suspicious when he read about a well-heeled 12-year-old girl’s

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The Em Dash Divides

After the Oxford comma debate and the death knell of the period, the latest mark to define and divide us — breaking up our thoughts, adding emphasis to our convictions, alternately vexing and delighting readers — is the em dash. For some writers, the em dash is a vice that their editors occasionally forgive but more often forbid. It has

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