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  • Modi takes tea, but no questions, in first press event as PM

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi took tea, but no questions, on Saturday at his first staged meeting with the Indian press since coming to power five months ago, underscoring the delicate relationship he has with the fourth...
  • Remembering Ben Bradlee

    The following editorial appeared in the Dallas Morning News on Thursday, Oct. 23: The name Ben Bradlee elicited sharp emotions for anyone who crossed paths with the Washington Post executive editor during his 1968-91 tenure. Fear and loathing...
  • Hatchet job: Roger Stone's edgy takes on history and politics

    MIAMI Everything you know is wrong. At least when it comes to two of the most notorious chapters of 20th century American history the Kennedy assassination and Watergate. President John Kennedy was murdered not by Lee Harvey Oswald but a serial killer...
  • Pilsen mural honors James Foley

    Pilsen mural honors James Foley
    Journalist James Foley traveled into the world's most dangerous conflict zones to tell the stories of everyday people whose lives were ripped apart by war. In between his overseas trips to places such as Iraq and Afghanistan, friends say he often returned...
  • Letter to readers about the new California section

    Letter to readers about the new California section
    Dear Readers, Journalist Carey McWilliams, chronicler of the Progressive Era, stood in awe of California. Here was a state, among all others, whose growth and prosperity begged for an explanation. He called California “the great exception,”...
  • OCT 22 | Printers Row: Clarence Page at Union League Club

    OCT 22 | Printers Row: Clarence Page at Union League Club
    Pulitzer Prize-winner Clarence Page of the Chicago Tribune is one of the most nationally recognized and highly regarded syndicated columnists in the country. His newest book, “Culture Worrier, Selected Columns 1984 – 2014, Reflections on Race,...
  • CBS News' Scott Pelley: Affable but hard-nosed when it counts

    WASHINGTON The fall TV season has just kicked off, and in the broadcast news divisions of the three networks there is a lot of drama. ABC's "World News Tonight," with brand new anchor David Muir, is beating out longtime No. 1 ratings king "NBC Nightly...
  • H.L. Mencken was an acerbic critic of American life

    H.L. Mencken was an acerbic critic of American life
    Henry Louis "H. L." Mencken died in 1956 at the age of 75. Mencken has been referred to as the "Sage of Baltimore". Primarily, Mencken was a journalist. For most of his career, he was a reporter and a columnist for The Baltimore Sun. He was also a...
  • Former Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee dies at 93

    Former Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee dies at 93
    Former Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee, who oversaw the newspaper's coverage of the Watergate scandal that toppled President Richard Nixon, died on Tuesday at age 93, the paper said. As executive editor from 1968 until 1991, Bradlee became one of...
  • William German dies at 95; longtime editor at San Francisco Chronicle

    William "Bill" German, a veteran journalist who helped turn the San Francisco Chronicle into Northern California's dominant newspaper during his tenure as its editor, died Wednesday at his home in San Rafael after a long illness, the Chronicle reported....
  • OCT 27 | Press Pass: How the Newsroom Works: The Red Light Camera Investigation

    OCT 27 | Press Pass: How the Newsroom Works: The Red Light Camera Investigation
    On Monday, October 27, join members of the Tribune’s Watchdog reporting team as they explain their approach to¬†covering the ongoing red light camera story in Chicago. In a series of stories beginning in 2012, the Tribune has exposed a questionable...