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  • Review: 'Lincoln and the Power of the Press' by Harold Holzer

    Review: 'Lincoln and the Power of the Press' by Harold Holzer
    For the North, the goal of the Civil War was to reunite the nation. That's how Abraham Lincoln defined it and why the Northern states rallied behind the effort. Yet, the question of abolishing slavery was always somewhere in the discussion. Many...
  • From the archives: Society's love stories

    From the archives: Society's love stories
    Editor's note: A young woman hides away in a cottage to write a novel — scandal! Or maybe not quite, but it was enough of an oddity in 1888 to make national newspapers, including the Chicago Tribune. Some of the observations here — that...
  • Tribune Media sells Port Covington property for $46.5M

    Tribune Media sells Port Covington property for $46.5M
    Tribune Media Co. said Monday it sold its 60-acre Port Covington parcel known as Sun Park, which includes The Baltimore Sun's printing plant, to an undisclosed buyer for $46.5 million. The sale — the second major land deal in the waterfront area...
  • Ideas cannot be killed

    Journalists at the French weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo made a habit of skewering what some considered sacred, be it high-ranking public officials or religious icons. Its cartoonists frequently poked fun of the Prophet Muhammad, sometimes in prurient...
  • Feedback: Audio news, watchdog work and more

    •Karen: Your reply to Margaret in Williamsburg was incredibly dismissive. ... While there is likely nothing the paper can do to help her, a trite throw-away comment about stronger glasses is really offensive. Her disease is robbing her of her...
  • Reader feedback Dec. 9: Congress, 3D printing, Daily Press memories

    Contacting Congress •Fred, Newport News: Subject: "Your Votes In Washington" on Sunday Dec. 7 : Would it be possible to include the e-mail addresses of our representatives and senators next to their listed names? Would be a great assist if we...
  • Book centers on Yorktown terrorism plot

    If you're looking for a last-minute Christmas gift, a book by a local attorney might be a good choice. Chad Green — a York County lawyer, licensed captain and commercial waterman — and co-author G. Tom Ward have written "The Crown & Cardinal,...
  • Federal civil rights charges appear unlikely in Ferguson shooting: report

    Federal civil rights charges appear unlikely in Ferguson shooting: report
    U.S. Justice Department officials probably will not bring civil rights charges against a white Ferguson, Missouri, police officer whose fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager set off rioting in August, the Washington Post reported on Friday. The...
  • Remembering newspapering in the old days

    "You're looking mighty pensive, buddy," my neighbor Babble was saying to me. "What's up?" Not much, Babble, I said. Just having a little wallow in nostalgia. All about 7505 Warwick Boulevard. "7505 Warwick Boulevard? Was that one of those old-time...
  • A voice for tripe: An exclusive interview with Sir Norman Wrassle

    A voice for tripe: An exclusive interview with Sir Norman Wrassle
    That big "X" marking Oct. 24 on your calendar? Did you forget why you made it? It's World Tripe Day, of course! And in honor of the event, we reached out to Sir Norman Wrassle, since 1997 chairman of the Lancashire, England-based Tripe Marketing Board,...
  • George Halas a real pro in fostering NFL-media relationship

    George Halas a real pro in fostering NFL-media relationship
    In the beginning, pro football begged for media attention to help it rise. Almost 100 years later, pro football begs off. In the end, whenever that comes, media attention may hasten pro football's demise. Bears founder George Halas, who practically...