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  • 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,...
  • 1st lawsuit filed over retracted Rolling Stone rape piece

    A retracted Rolling Stone magazine article that portrayed the University of Virginia as more concerned about its reputation than a student's alleged gang rape has prompted the first of two expected lawsuits. Calling the graphic story a "monumental hoax,"...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • William Zinsser, author of 'On Writing Well,' dies at 92

    William Zinsser, the much-consulted teacher, author, journalist and essayist whose million-selling book "On Writing Well" championed the craft of nonfiction and inspired professionals and amateurs to express themselves more concisely and vividly, died...
  • 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...
  • Former CIA officer sentenced to 3½ years in Iran leaks case

    The list of leakers sent to prison for exposing government secrets is one name longer with Monday's 3 ½-year sentence for former CIA officer Jeffrey Sterling. Although his lawyers expressed relief that the sentence was relatively light compared with...
  • Myanmar court acquits 2 soldiers of killing journalist

    A military court has acquitted two soldiers on trial for the shooting death of a freelance journalist, according to Myanmar's human rights body. A statement from the government-sponsored Myanmar National Human rights commission said a military court in...
  • 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...
  • Journalist Mohammed Fahmy files lawsuit against Al-Jazeera

    Al-Jazeera English journalist Mohammed Fahmy, who faces a retrial in Egypt after more than a year behind bars on terrorism-related charges, says he has filed a lawsuit in Canada against the Al-Jazeera network. At a press conference Fahmy, who at the time...
  • Indonesia lifts travel ban for foreign journalists to Papua

    Indonesia's president on Sunday announced the lifting of a travel ban for foreign journalists to the country's easternmost province, a day after freeing five Papuan political prisoners, part of government efforts to improve human rights in Papua....