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The conservative newspaper announced on its Web site Monday it has a new president and CEO.
Douglas Joo may be taking leadership role Unification Church.
The death of The Washington Times' founder leaves questions for D.C.'s dominant conservative newspaper.
Allegations that Michelle Obama disrespected the American flag at the 9/11 ceremony show how low journalism has sunk.
The rebirth of the conservative D.C. based newspaper is beginning this week.
The deal, priced like Washington Post's Newsweek sale, is meant to foster Sun Myung Moon's legacy.
Some editors think the squabble means the place is unlikely to be shuttered.
Another troubled D.C. paper, the Washington Times, is also rebounding.
The troubled paper will announce Dealey’s hire on Monday.
The shrinking Washington Times is moving out of its lavish HQ after cutting 62 percent of its staff.