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Newsweek's reversal back to print reflects broader trends in the media industry.
The exhibit draws parallels between the raucous comedy and real developments in 1970s TV news.
Westgate Mall looting reports prompts journalists' arrests.
The AP should know better than to fire a reporter for an honest mistake.
Journalism scholarships are available for students interested in writing, photography and broadcasting.
News consumers are foregoing the important information that makes democracy work.
Obama's treatment of press 'without equal since the Nixon administration,' says former Washington Post executive editor.
A recent Washington Post series proves that when media outlets invest in investigative journalism, the public wins.
It’s possible limited legal protections would shrink further, legal and media experts say.
Jeff Bezos has the business experience to keep the paper alive as a profitable business.