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Reporter Held In Contempt In Anthrax Case

New York Times | ERIC LICHTBLAU | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media

A federal judge found a former reporter for USA Today in contempt of court on Tuesday for refusing to name her confidential sources who had discussed ...

Woe Is Newspapers: Even USA Today Axing Jobs

Silicon Valley Insider | Henry Blodget | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business

Gannett's flagship publication USA Today is eliminating 45 newsroom jobs, a 9% editorial headcount cut, to offset declining revenue. USA Today is the ...

Newspapers Seek Salvation In Supplements

Portfolio | Jeff Bercovici | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media

The magazine business is not a terribly happy place at the moment, but you wouldn't guess that from the way newspaper publishers are tripping over eac...

USA Today Names Top 25 Headlines

USA Today | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media

Our final Top 25 list features the biggest news stories of the past quarter-century. They're the ones that generated the largest headlines, the greate...

Re: Dueling Gallups

Mark Blumenthal | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Mark Blumenthal

A quick follow-up on my post last night about the conflicting results from Gallup on the Democratic presidential race as measured by two different nat...

More NH Clues: The CBS Panel Survey

Mark Blumenthal | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Mark Blumenthal

One of the theories about what went wrong for the polls in New Hampshire is that the apparent post-Iowa "bounce" for Barack Obama never really occurre...

Lesson for the Kochs: Credibility Is Everything, and You've Got None

Brad Woodhouse | Posted 10.13.2014 | Politics
Brad Woodhouse

Charles thinks he's the right person to tell us how to fix our economy, but he and his brother have exactly zero credibility to say we should be happy living the Koch brothers' version of the American dream (for people not named "Koch"): working in low-wage jobs with no benefits while wearing a smile. And here's why.