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  • Chicago Tribune wins 26 Lisagor awards

    Chicago Tribune wins 26 Lisagor awards
    The Chicago Tribune took home 26 Peter Lisagor Awards for outstanding journalism at Friday night's competition hosted by the Chicago Headline Club. Among the winners, Tribune reporters David Jackson, Gary Marx and Duaa Eldeib were awarded best...
  • Newspapers place bets on a regional strategy

    The Los Angeles Times and U-T San Diego will soon share an owner, in a bet that they can usher in a new era of newspapering in Southern California built on geographic strength in numbers. Combining newspapers in adjacent regions has become the...
  • Caroline Little: It's important to strengthen Freedom of Information Act

    President Obama has routinely promised greater transparency within the federal government. Now, Congress is making strides toward achieving this critical goal. The House of Representatives and Senate are considering nearly identical bills to...
  • Our editorial from May 8, 1945: 'End of the War in Europe'

    Our editorial from May 8, 1945: 'End of the War in Europe'
    By the time the end of war in Europe was announced 70 years ago today, it was already old news. Germany signed the surrender terms on May 7 in an act witnessed by 17 journalists under an embargo that would allow the Allies to make simultaneous...
  • S. Mitra Kalita - Managing Editor

    S. Mitra Kalita - Managing Editor
    S. Mitra Kalita is the managing editor for editorial strategy at the Los Angeles Times. She was previously executive editor of Quartz, the global economy startup of the Atlantic Media Co. Before that, she served as the site's founding ideas editor,...
  • Challenged by 'Going Clear,' another test awaits Tom Cruise

    Challenged by 'Going Clear,' another test awaits Tom Cruise
    When Janeane Garofalo asked Brad Bird, the director of "Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol," about Tom Cruise at a recent Tribeca Film Festival event, she peppered Bird with allusions to the Scientology documentary "Going Clear." Bird called it "a...
  • James L. Bradley

    James L. Bradley
    James L. Bradley, an influential and beloved English teacher who taught at Owings Mills High School for more than 30 years, died Saturday at Carroll Hospital Center of complications from Lyme disease. The Gamber resident was 67. "Mr. Bradley was...
  • The Sun wins Newspaper of the year from MDDC

    The Sun wins Newspaper of the year from MDDC
    The Baltimore Sun was named Newspaper of the Year — and its website also took top honors — in the 2014 editorial contest results announced Friday by the Maryland-Delaware-D.C. Press Association. The Sun has been chosen Newspaper of the Year...
  • 'Would you attend a gay wedding?' -- a question meant to trip up, not inform

    'Would you attend a gay wedding?' -- a question meant to trip up, not inform
    A few weeks ago, Jorge Ramos of Fusion asked Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) if he would attend the gay wedding of a loved one. Rubio responded, “If it's somebody in my life that I care for, of course I would.” Rubio went on to say that he doesn't...
  • Capital Gazette brings home regional journalism awards

    Capital Gazette brings home regional journalism awards
    Capital Gazette received 19 regional journalism awards, including recognition for a series on Annapolis public housing and another on underage drinking, at an event Friday in Linthicum. There were about 2,000 entries in the Maryland-Delaware-D.C....
  • In 'True Story,' a writer and a killer weave an ambiguous web

    In 'True Story,' a writer and a killer weave an ambiguous web
    Nonfiction stories on screen, long a little traction-challenged, have become especially slippery of late. Hit television reality franchises such as "The Bachelor" and "Real Housewives" can present basic human emotions as a form of sports. Sports figures...