Anarchist writers helping each other produce publishable material. Don’t let the “Boot Camp” name put you off.
Burns, a Pulitzer Prize-winning war correspondent and current London bureau chief, pushed back against Assange's contention that the Times engaged in "tabloid activity" when reporting a profile that Assange calls a error-ridden "hit piece."
U.S. newspaper circulation fell over the past six months at the slowest rate in two years. Figures by the Audit Bureau of Circulations show while circulation is no longer in free fall, spending on newspapers is not picking up the way it has for many
A reporter with a video camera was detained by security guards of a Republican politician in Alaska after the reporter asked him a controversial question. They grabbed the editor of the Alaska Dispatch, handcuffed him, detaining him against his will
Olde Media Bias is pretty Widespread these days, as most seek to keep the Public in the dark as to their choices of leadership, maybe this will signal a new trend...
San Luis Obispo, August 6, 2010: In what may be the first of it's kind in the nation, a group of 9/11 Truth activists organized, designed and paid for a commercial billboard in which 1,200 Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth invite the public
They're baaaaaack. Yep, like a rash of bed bugs you thought the exterminator had smoked out, the "troofers," those nutty guys and gals who believe 9/11 was an "inside job" by the Bush administration will be active once again come this ninth anniversa
The makeover outlined Thursday will result in about 130 layoffs this fall, USA Today Publisher Dave Hunke told The Associated Press. That translates into a 9 percent reduction in USA Today's work force of 1,500 employees. Hunke didn't specify which d
The author of the Rolling Stone article that ended the military career of Gen. Stanley McChrystal, the former top commander in Afghanistan, has been denied permission to join U.S. troops fighting in Afghanistan, the Pentagon said Tuesday.
The husband of Rep. Jane Harman (D-CA), one of the most powerful Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee, is the "galloping favorite" to buy Newsweek from The Washington Post.
A Pennsylvania judge who ordered two newspapers to delete archived stories about three defendants whose cases were resolved has rescinded the order. But another judge's order covering two other defendants is still pending.
It is always dangerous for a reporter to become the story. For Helen Thomas, two months before her 90th birthday, it has meant the end of her career.
Las Vegas Sun’s Jon Ralston ignores real polls and presents a mixture of straw polls and home-cook Dem ones. Ralston said Republicans smell “the scent of fear.” Voters in Nevada certainly smell something–it’s doubtful it’s fear.
Circulation continues to drop at U.S. newspapers. Figures released Monday by the Audit Bureau of Circulations show average weekday circulation fell 8.7 percent in the six months that ended March 31, compared with the same period a year earlier.
In light of numbing revelations over the last several days concerning fraudulent statements on Barack Obama's resume, this piece of information curiously comes to light. The White House has instructed the 'mainstream media' not to report what they
Since 1941, Captain America has been one of the most popular comic book characters around. The fictional super-patriot fought Nazis during World War II, took on those who burned the American flag during the Vietnam era, and raked in hundreds of milli
After 108 years in business, the magazine, Editor & Publisher, is shutting down. Is it a sign of the times--or the Times, as in NY Times?
WASHINGTON –The head of the Federal Trade Commission said Tuesday the agency will study whether government should aid struggling news organizations, which are suffering from a collapse in advertising revenues as the internet upends their centuries-ol
Rachel Uchitel, the other woman, in the Tiger Woods affair, is locked into a celebrity denial-tabloid cage match. She's hinted lawsuit, as the Enquirer beat her over the head with a fistful of smoking guns, including pictures.
The Washington Post is closing its last U.S. bureaus outside the nation's capital as the money-losing newspaper retrenches to focus on politics and local news.
While US newspapers are losing subscribers at a staggering rate, a few dailies have their circulation rising. But they aren't necessarily selling more copies. New auditing rules made it easier for newspapers to count a reader as a paying customer.
A Russian lawyer jailed after uncovering evidence of police involvement in the theft of $230 million from the government has died in prison, officials said Tuesday, and his American partner is accusing the authorities of killing him. Sergei Magnit
NEW YORK (AP) - Investigators in New York City raided circulation offices at some of the nation's largest newspapers Tuesday as part of a union corruption probe, a law enforcement official said.
In my last article on these pages, I offered criticism of a New York Times article that had praised the Lincoln administration's property violations in pursuit of military objectives. Today I want to focus on a regular Wall Street Journal columnist w
One of the best ever fourth estate members
Washington Post executive editor Marcus Brauchli says he knew more about the controversial “salons” the paper had planned than previously has been reported, including the fact that they were being billed as “off-the-record” to potential sponsors.
The Guardian has been prevented from reporting parliamentary proceedings on legal grounds which appear to call into question privileges guaranteeing free speech established under the 1688 Bill of Rights. Today's published Commons order papers contain
McGraw-Hill, frustrated with mounting losses, unloads popular magazine
Or did radical Bill Ayers, co-founder of the Weather Underground, write it?
Whitrock says he thinks he knows why the family was targeted. "They have a very nice home and I think they are one of the only white families on that block," he said.-While the struggle continued, Stallis' mother, Rose Whitrock, ran out of the house