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  • Winners of the 2014 NYSAPA newspaper contest

    The New York State Associated Press Association has announced results of its 2014 contest recognizing excellent writing, presentation, photography and graphics in AP member newspapers. Winners will be honored at the annual state AP awards banquet,...
  • Washington Post: Reporter's access to lawyer still limited

    Washington Post correspondent Jason Rezaian has had an "unacceptable lack of access to legal counsel" while jailed for nearly nine months in Iran and still has not had a substantive discussion with his lawyer, the newspaper's executive editor said...
  • LeVar Burton wins Chicago Tribune Young Adult Literary Award

    LeVar Burton wins Chicago Tribune Young Adult Literary Award
    To adults of a certain age, actor LeVar Burton will always be Kunta Kinte, hero of the epic 1977 miniseries about slavery in America. But for a generation of younger people, Burton has a special place in their memories as host of "Reading Rainbow," the...
  • Reader feedback April 14: Norment, print quality

    Norment story • Steve, Hampton: I was calling concerning something I read in the paper the other day about state Sen. Tommy Norment, one of our fine legislators up in Richmond, having a personal relationship with a lobbyist. I was wondering if...
  • David Laventhol dies at 81; publisher during L.A. Times expansion

    David Laventhol dies at 81; publisher during L.A. Times expansion
    David Laventhol, an editor and publisher who helped create the innovative Style section of the Washington Post and launch New York Newsday and guided the Los Angeles Times during a period of expansion in the early 1990s, has died. He was 81. Laventhol,...
  • Around Annapolis: Local teen headed to China with Model UN

    Around Annapolis: Local teen headed to China with Model UN
    Ethan Park's interest in politics began with a simple project in elementary school when his teacher asked the class to bring in a newspaper clipping and explain it to the class. "I tried to read the New York Times, but I think I was too young for that,"...
  • 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...
  • Rauner: Can't trust Illinois Supreme Court justices 'to be rational'

    Rauner: Can't trust Illinois Supreme Court justices 'to be rational'
    Gov. Bruce Rauner, who has been barnstorming the state to promote his message that Illinois government is corrupt and in need of "structural reform," took aim Tuesday at the Illinois Supreme Court, saying he doesn't trust its justices. The Republican...
  • 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...