| Jul 6, 2009
Bela Kiraly, one of the military leaders of Hungary's short-lived anti-Soviet revolution in 1956, has died, the government said. He was 97.
A brief Defense Ministry statement provided no other details. The daily newspaper Magyar Nemzet reported that...
| Mar 5, 2009
Horton Foote, whose bittersweet stories of heartbreak and regret set in small Southern towns earned him wide popular acclaim as well as two Academy Awards and a Pulitzer Prize, died Wednesday. He was 92.
Foote died in his sleep at his apartment in...
| Mar 18, 2009
| 12:37 PM
Today's topic: Are newspapers dying, or is it just a class of newspapers that isn't sustainable? Today through Friday, Alan D. Mutter and Jeff Jarvis discuss the state of the American newspaper industry.
Innovate quickly, or even the healthiest papers...
| Mar 20, 2009
Today's topic: A decade from now, how and where will the average consumer get his or her news?
Find a way to save traditional media companies Point: Alan D. Mutter
The news ecosystem in the future will be more ubiquitous, open, global, mobile and...
| May 25, 2004
About the time warrior woman walks by in a leather bikini that hardly exists, Nyla Comisso admits she's overwhelmed.
The warrior is about 6 feet tall and carries two silver daggers reflecting the hyperkinetic lights exploding from the dozens of...
| Apr 23, 1994
Richard Nixon, who strode the world stage for decades and was the only American President to resign his office to avoid impeachment, died Friday night, four days after suffering a stroke. He was 81 years old.
A spokesman said Nixon, the nation's 37th...