| Jun 18, 2014
| 7:14 PM
• Is 40,000 people a day crossing our border not news? I did not see it mentioned in Tuesday's newspaper. No wonder people depend on the Internet for real news.
Editor: You were a day late, or maybe we were a day early. Monday's paper featured a...
| Jun 17, 2014
| 4:56 PM
C. David Burgin, a colorful and demanding editor who led the Orlando Sentinel through a prosperous period in the early 1980s, has died.
Burgin died at his home in Houston at age 75 following a series of strokes over several years, The Associated Press...
| Jun 15, 2014
| 4:33 AM
In September 1886, a solitary, blue-capped figure on a Columbia Expert bicycle approached a house in Elk Falls, Kansas, as rain obscured the green hills. The rider was George B. Thayer, who had cycled more than 3,600 miles around the country, starting...
| Jun 13, 2014
| 8:08 AM
Entertainment Weekly's home page trumpets its main coverage subjects directly beneath its logo: TV, TV Recaps, Movies, Music, Books, Video.
The addition of TV Recaps came in late April, and its presence — independent of TV and ahead of Movies...
| Jun 13, 2014
| 12:53 PM
Tribune Publishing will carry $350 million of debt when it spins off as a stand-alone company, $25 million higher than previously stated. That figure includes a $275 million cash dividend payable to Tribune Co., which remains the same.
| Jun 10, 2014
| 9:49 PM
Jim Hayes, a journalism professor and writing coach who nurtured generations of reporters at media organizations across the United States, has died. He was 88.
Hayes died Tuesday afternoon at his home in Los Osos from complications due to cancer,...
| Jun 2, 2014
| 12:30 PM
LONDON -- Oliver Stone and long-time producing partner Moritz Borman have nabbed the rights to "The Snowden Files, The Inside Story of the World's Most Wanted Man," written by journalist Luke Harding.
Stone will pen and helm the film, drawing from...
| Jun 11, 2014
| 12:43 PM
The Federal Communications Commission was attacked by Republicans and Democrats during a congressional hearing Wednesday on the regulatory agency's media-ownership rules.
Among the issues debated were the FCC's long-standing rule prohibiting one company...
| Jun 11, 2014
| 10:31 AM
In 2010, Tom Rachman did the impossible: He made the lives of newspaper employees appear interesting. More than that, he got other people, lots of them, to care about the fate of journalists whose careers were speeding toward obsolescence.
Set at an...
| May 31, 2014
| 2:11 PM
Jenny: I think this is about it. I'm so sorry to have to be nit-picky, but your vocabulary is going downhill. You sound like the people on the street now. Over in Gloucester it appears they got a new superintendent and the title was, "Gloucester announces...
| Jun 9, 2014
| 9:15 AM
In 1985, Chicago's tempo was changing. Both politically and culturally, the city on the make was on the move.
Harold Washington, marking two years in office, was weathering the intense difficulties that came with being the city's first African-...