Good morning. Here are eight media stories.
- Who wants to be a teenage millionaire?
New York high school senior Mohammed Islam didn't make $72 million on the stock market. He lied. If it's any consolation, his parents are really mad. "My mom basically said she’d never talk to me." One more line from that story, which is possibly the lead that captures 2014: "It’s been a tough month for factchecking." (New York Observer) | Here's New York's original story, with another non-correction correction. (New York) | New York Post also ran it. (New York Post) | RELATED: Craig Silverman's best and worst corrections of the year piece will be out soon. Here's last year's. (Poynter) | Journalists remember their first fact checking jobs. (Poynter)
- Journalists arrested in Turkey
In Turkey on Sunday, police raided newsrooms and detained journalists, including Ekrem Dumanlı, editor-in-chief of Zaman, a daily newspaper.