- Kuwait court shuts 2 newspapers over coup articles Updated: Apr-20-14 2:28 pm
- Laramie newspaper publisher to resign Updated: Apr-19-14 4:04 pm
- Mixed feelings for Garcia Marquez in hometown Updated: Apr-18-14 11:34 pm
- US newspaper industry revenue fell 2.6 pct in 2013 Updated: Apr-18-14 4:55 pm
- In '1971,' an analog precursor to NSA, Snowden Updated: Apr-18-14 10:50 am
- School district spent $43K suing Laramie newspaper Updated: Apr-17-14 10:31 pm
- 2 long-time friends discuss the First Amendment Updated: Apr-17-14 9:30 pm
- Newspaper company buys 2 Tucson publications Updated: Apr-17-14 7:28 pm
- Tom Berman named deputy for AP's Central Region Updated: Apr-17-14 3:34 pm
- 5 newspapers suspended in Ivory Coast Updated: Apr-17-14 10:28 am
- Perelman may back union bid for Philly newspapers Updated: Apr-16-14 6:04 pm
- New Los Angeles newspaper hits the streets Updated: Apr-16-14 5:46 pm
- Ex-editor admits hearing hacked voicemails in 2004 Updated: Apr-16-14 12:59 pm
- Excerpts from recent Indiana newspaper editorials Updated: Apr-15-14 5:53 pm
- Kansas Newspaper Hall of Fame inductees Updated: Apr-15-14 4:56 pm
- New LA newspaper embraces print in digital world Updated: Apr-15-14 4:21 pm
- Media group names award after AP's Niedringhaus Updated: Apr-15-14 1:46 pm
- Boston Globe wins Pulitzer for bombing coverage Updated: Apr-15-14 6:44 am
- MS Ethics board: Text messages are public records Updated: Apr-14-14 9:31 pm
- Kevin Siers of Charlotte Observer wins Pulitzer Updated: Apr-14-14 7:59 pm
- The New York Times sweeps photography Pulitzers Updated: Apr-14-14 7:47 pm
- Gazette's Philipps wins Pulitzer for vets' stories Updated: Apr-14-14 6:58 pm
- NY lawmaker calls Pulitzer decision 'disgraceful' Updated: Apr-14-14 6:05 pm
- Snowden says Pulitzer Prize is a 'vindication' Updated: Apr-14-14 6:05 pm
- Philly Inquirer architecture critic wins Pulitzer Updated: Apr-14-14 6:01 pm
KUWAIT CITY - A Kuwaiti court has temporarily suspended the publication of two independent newspapers over articles about a secret probe into allegations of a coup plot to overthrow the Gulf monarchy's government, the official state news agency reported Sunday.
LARAMIE, Wyoming - The publisher and editor of the Laramie Boomerang is resigning to become the CEO of the Colorado Press Association and Sync2 Media.
ARACATACA, Colombia - Gabriel Garcia Marquez and his homeland had a relationship as conflicted as any in the Nobel laureate's twisting and impassioned novels.
NEW YORK - U.S. newspaper industry revenue fell last year, as increases in circulation revenue weren't high enough to make up for shrinking demand for print advertising, an industry trade group said Friday.
NEW YORK - A trove of government documents reveals widespread domestic surveillance of Americans. Leaked revelations hit the front pages of newspapers. A powerful governmental agency is brought under scrutiny.
LARAMIE, Wyoming - The Albany County school district says it spent $43,000 on legal fees in a lawsuit against the Laramie Daily Boomerang over access to records of an employee survey.
WASHINGTON - The legality of government surveillance is likely to come before the Supreme Court someday, and Justices Antonin Scalia and Ruth Bader Ginsburg appear less than thrilled at the prospect.
TUCSON, Arizona - The owner of the East Valley Tribune is buying two Tucson publications from Wick Communications in a deal that expands the company's publishing footprint in southern Arizona.
CHICAGO - Tom Berman, a veteran editor and leader at The Associated Press who has directed coverage of stories ranging from air disasters, terror attacks and the ongoing unrest in Ukraine, has been named the cooperative's new deputy editor for the U.S. Central Region, overseeing the AP's journalism in 14 states in middle America.
ABIDJAN, Ivory Coast - Five Ivory Coast newspapers whose publications have been temporarily suspended are denouncing the measure.
WILMINGTON, Delaware - Philadelphia newspaper employees hope to mount a bid in the latest sale of their company with help from local philanthropist Raymond Perelman, the papers' union chief told a judge Wednesday.
LOS ANGELES - A new daily newspaper has hit the streets of Los Angeles.
LONDON - Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson acknowledged for the first time Wednesday that he listened to hacked voicemail messages while he was editor of the tabloid.
The Journal Gazette. April 15, 2014.
MANHATTAN, Kansas - Former Harris Enterprises executive John Lee and former newspaper publisher and Wichita State University educator Les Anderson have been inducted into the Kansas Newspaper Hall of Fame.
LOS ANGELES - Aaron Kushner believes he can launch and grow a print newspaper in a world gone digital.
NEW YORK - A women's media group has created a new award for courage honoring Associated Press photographer Anja Niedringhaus, who was killed on assignment in Afghanistan, the group announced Tuesday.
NEW YORK - An award that usually is met with cheers and jubilation instead came with a moment of silence, as The Boston Globe won the Pulitzer Prize for breaking news for its "exhaustive and empathetic" coverage of the Boston Marathon bombing and the manhunt that followed.
TUPELO, Mississippi - Public officials' text messages about government business are public records, the Mississippi Ethics Commission says.
CHARLOTTE, North Carolina - Kevin Siers has continued a tradition of Pulitzer Prizes for cartoonists at The Charlotte Observer.
NEW YORK - The New York Times' assistant managing editor for photography says the paper's sweep of the photo categories in this year's Pulitzer Prizes shows "the breadth and scope" of their work.
DENVER - A Gazette journalist who won the Pulitzer Prize for national reporting Monday said he hopes the honor will bring even more attention to traumatized combat veterans across the country who are struggling like the men he wrote about in Colorado Springs.
MINEOLA, New York - The head of the House Homeland Security subcommittee on counterterrorism and intelligence calls the decision to award a Pulitzer Prize in the NSA leaking case "disgraceful."
NEW YORK - National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden says giving the Pulitzer Prize in public service to those who reported on the U.S. government's sweeping surveillance efforts is "vindication."
PHILADELPHIA - The Philadelphia Inquirer's architecture writer, Inga Saffron, won the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for criticism on Monday for work the awards committee said blended "expertise, civic passion and sheer readability into arguments that consistently stimulate and surprise."