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  • Sports journalism owes Bill Simmons an emotional debt

    Sports journalism owes Bill Simmons an emotional debt
    I was in college when I first heard of Bill Simmons. I was blogging about Notre Dame football for the university, and I made up for my lack of in-depth sports knowledge by channeling the emotions that charge a sporting event. A co-worker in the athletic...
  • Budget cuts threaten a blind journalist's home

    I am a blind journalist who has relied on tools and services to work and live. To some, the paratransit service I utilize and the supportive living environment I live in seem like minor services. They only take into account that these services help a...
  • ABC's Stephanopoulos under fire for failing to disclose donations

    ABC's Stephanopoulos under fire for failing to disclose donations
    Brian Williams has some company in the news anchor hot seat. George Stephanopoulos, co-anchor of ABC's "Good Morning America," came under fire Thursday for failing to disclose $75,000 in contributions he made to the Clinton Foundation, the charitable...
  • Tribune's red light cameras series wins award

     Tribune's red light cameras series wins award
    The Chicago Tribune's investigation of corruption and undeserved ticketing in Chicago's red light camera system has been honored with the 2014 Taylor Family Award for Fairness in Journalism, according to the Nieman Foundation at Harvard University....
  • Authors Jodi Picoult And Daughter Talk About New Romance Novel

    Authors Jodi Picoult And Daughter Talk About New Romance Novel
    Popular novelist Jodi Picoult and her daughter and co-author, Samantha van Leer, will speak Tuesday, May 19, at 6 p.m., at First Congregational Church, 26 Meetinghouse Lane, Madison, in a program presented by R.J. Julia Booksellers of Madison. Picoult and...
  • Winners of the L.A. Times' 2014 Editorial Awards

    Winners of the L.A. Times' 2014 Editorial Awards
    The Los Angeles Times' Editorial Awards for 2014 were presented Wednesday evening in a ceremony that honored the newsroom's commitment to excellence and to the search for truth. "Ours is a newsroom that’s relevant, passionate and diligently ...
  • Madge Wilson, one of Virginia's first female political journalists, dies

    Madge Wilson, one of Virginia's first female political journalists, dies
    Madge Wilson, a longtime Newport News reporter who covered politics when both politics and newsrooms were even more male-dominated than they are today, died May 4. Wilson spent 26 years as a political reporter and opinion editor for the Times-Herald,...
  • U.Va. dean sues Rolling Stone over debunked gang rape story

    U.Va. dean sues Rolling Stone over debunked gang rape story
    A University of Virginia associate dean sued Rolling Stone magazine on Tuesday for more than $7.5 million, saying a debunked and retracted account of an alleged gang rape on campus cast her as the "chief villain." Nicole Eramo, the top administrator...
  • University of Virginia dean sues Rolling Stone over botched rape story

    University of Virginia dean sues Rolling Stone over botched rape story
    A University of Virginia official, vowing to hold Rolling Stone accountable for one of the most prominent journalism scandals in recent memory, Tuesday sued the magazine and one of its writers for defamation stemming from a now-discredited story about...
  • Where journalism history is concerned, John Bartlow Martin's name has merit

     Where journalism history is concerned, John Bartlow Martin's name has merit
    It is unlikely that most of the dozens of journalists who walked away with Peter Lisagor Awards at Friday night's ceremonies at the Union League Club could tell you much, if anything, about Lisagor, who was the late Chicago Daily News Washington bureau...
  • David K. Shipler's 'Freedom of Speech' reflects our fractured times

     David K. Shipler's 'Freedom of Speech' reflects our fractured times
    David K. Shipler calls himself a free-speech absolutist in his seventh book, "Freedom of Speech: Mightier Than the Sword." "Lines are murky," he writes, "and it's always risky to use vague characterizations to give authorities the power to shut down...