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  • Former Newsday, LA Times publisher David Laventhol has died

    David Laventhol, an innovative editor and publisher who led Newsday and the Los Angeles Times to expanded, prize-winning coverage, has died at age 81, a longtime associate said Thursday. Howard Schneider, who worked under Laventhol as a reporter and...
  • Durst pleads not guilty; writes letter to LA Times

    Millionaire Robert Durst, wanted in California on a murder charge, pleaded not guilty Thursday to two Louisiana weapons charges related to his arrest last month. And his legal problems continued to mount. Even as he entered his plea in one New Orleans...
  • Hometown pastor says community stands by co-pilot, family

    Hometown pastor says community stands by co-pilot, family
    The pastor of the Lutheran church in Andreas Lubitz's hometown said Sunday that the community stands by him and his family, despite the fact that prosecutors blame the 27-year-old co-pilot for causing the plane crash that killed 150 people in southern...
  • Appeals court: Larry Flynt can intervene in lawsuit to unseal Missouri execution records

    ST. LOUIS A three-judge U.S. appeals court panel ruled Tuesday that pornographic magazine publisher Larry Flynt has a right to join death row inmates in lawsuits seeking to reveal the state of Missouri's execution protocols. Several media and consumer...
  • Fallout from Rolling Stone feared by advocates for sex assault victims

    Fallout from Rolling Stone feared by advocates for sex assault victims
    The retraction of a Rolling Stone article about an alleged gang rape has sent reverberations around the journalism industry and raised concerns about its effect on rape victims. An independent report by the Columbia Journalism Review found the piece was a...
  • Grammarnoir 7: "The Corpus Had a Familiar Face," Complete

    Grammarnoir 7: "The Corpus Had a Familiar Face," Complete Note: Challenged on Twitter by Henry Fuhrmann of the Los Angeles Times to start another series with this title, I’ve set out again.    Part 1: Grammar Day aborted It was National...
  • 100 years ago, the 'Great White Hope' rises to defeat heavyweight champion Johnson

    Cuban President Mario Garcia Menocal stood at the edge of the palm garden in the Miramar district of Havana. He joined a throng of visitors and Cubans who watched American prizefighter Jess Willard finish his shadow boxing routine. It was Palm Sunday,...
  • Tribune Publishing, Daily Press owner, chasing new revenue with digital marketing services

    Tribune Publishing, Daily Press owner, chasing new revenue with digital marketing services
    When industry veteran Dan Hickey joined Tribune Publishing in January to head up digital marketing services, he saw great promise in the nascent division's work, which last year included creating an online video series for Jewel-Osco and a multimedia...
  • Liberal Dems, GOP cling to hope Warren runs for president

    Republicans and liberal Democrats have something in common: Both are trying to keep alive the prospect that Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren will run for president. Warren isn't playing along, making the rounds this week to — yet again —...
  • 3 columnists recall earlier years of the Barrington Courier-Review

    3 columnists recall earlier years of the Barrington Courier-Review
    Seventy-six trombones may have "led the big parade" but there were equally as many squeals of delight at Cook Street Coffee on March 13, as more than 76 combined years of writing for this newspaper converged! Lake Barrington Shores columnist Cathy...
  • New study: Stem cell field is infected with hype

    New study: Stem cell field is infected with hype
    When billions of dollars are at stake in scientific research, researchers quickly learn that optimism sells. A new study published in Science Translational Medicine offers a window into how hype arises in the interaction between the media and scientific...