David Newhouse, who as the editor guided The Patriot-News in Harrisburg, Pa., to a Pulitzer Prize for breaking the story that led to the conviction…View More David Newhouse, 65, Dies; His Paper Broke the Sandusky Story
Championship clubs plan to return a week before Prem after latest round of talks with government – The Sun CHAMPIONSHIP clubs have reportedly planned to…View More Newspaper tips: Sun Racing's Each-Way Thief and today's horse racing NAPs
SUN Online and Britain's other newspaper websites have overtaken Google for the first time, new data shows. More than 40 million people now use the…View More Sun Online and other newspaper websites overtake Google’s readership with 40million visitors – The Sun
Neal R. Peirce, a Washington-based urban affairs columnist and author who explored nearly every corner of the United States to identify innovations in local government…View More Neal R. Peirce, Who Put Spotlight on Urban Innovation, Dies at 87
Subscribers to The Miami Herald, The Fort Worth Star-Telegram and The Charlotte Observer will no longer find a newspaper at the end of their driveway…View More McClatchy Says So Long to Saturday (Print) Newspapers
The Washington Post faced criticism on Sunday for calling Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of the Islamic State group who had died the day before,…View More Backlash for US newspaper over Baghdadi headline
LONDON — By the time the Sunday newspapers went to press this past weekend, Prime Minister Boris Johnson of Britain had done something that he…View More Johnson Just Snatched Victory From Jaws of Defeat. In Pro-Brexit Press, at Least.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Municipal committee meetings — the tedious minutiae of Ann Arbor’s local governance — do not tend to draw a crowd. On…View More In Ann Arbor, the Student Newspaper Is the Only Newspaper
A Turkish newspaper has published new details of a recording which reportedly captured the final moments of murdered Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. The prominent government…View More Newspaper details Khashoggi ‘death recordings’
The Jewish Week, the largest Jewish community newspaper for the largest Jewish community outside Israel — that would be New York City’s — has announced…View More At The Jewish Week, a Rare Changing of the Guard
WARROAD, Minn. — Whenever she thought her small staff would be facing a particularly stressful deadline day, Rebecca Colden, the publisher of the weekly Warroad…View More Dying Gasp of One Local Newspaper
The Forward, a 122-year-old Jewish publication, named a new leader of its newsroom on Tuesday, appointing Jodi Rudoren, a veteran editor and reporter at The…View More Jodi Rudoren, Veteran Times Journalist, Will Lead The Forward
A man charged with threatening to kill employees of The Boston Globe last summer will plead guilty to all seven criminal counts against him, his…View More Man Who Threatened to Kill Boston Globe Employees Will Plead Guilty, Lawyer Says
The Garden City News has a paid print circulation of 8,300 and a full-time newsroom of one: the editor and publisher Meg Morgan Norris, who…View More A Community Newspaper Gets Tough on a Village. The Village Pulls Its Ads.