- Newspaper sued over rental ad prohibiting children Updated: Mar-09-14 12:04 pm
- Correction: Ukraine-Crimea's Goblin story Updated: Mar-09-14 6:35 am
- Iconic Israeli paper fails to print Sunday edition Updated: Mar-09-14 4:56 am
- Kunerth leaves as Fairbanks News-Miner publisher Updated: Mar-08-14 5:13 pm
- At 50, landmark libel case relevant in digital age Updated: Mar-08-14 1:46 pm
- Controversy marks Newsweek's comeback Updated: Mar-08-14 8:37 am
- Iran president condemns hard-line media crackdown Updated: Mar-08-14 7:08 am
- Russia, Ukraine feud over sniper carnage Updated: Mar-08-14 2:55 am
- Ed Fowler retires from Talladega paper Updated: Mar-07-14 3:40 pm
- Rauner picks up Chicago Tribune's endorsement Updated: Mar-07-14 3:23 pm
- Schenectady paper hires Pulitzer editorials winner Updated: Mar-07-14 3:13 pm
- Oklahoma bars media cameras, recorders in prisons Updated: Mar-07-14 3:10 pm
- Award-winning editor to lead UT journalism school Updated: Mar-07-14 1:44 pm
- AP names Klepper to NY statehouse reporting team Updated: Mar-07-14 12:49 pm
- Oregonian editor Peter Bhatia leaving to teach Updated: Mar-06-14 8:07 pm
- Arizona House kills public notice newspaper bill Updated: Mar-06-14 7:06 pm
- Longtime Marietta newspaper executive dies at 85 Updated: Mar-05-14 4:41 pm
- Rebekah Brooks denies covering up tabloid hacking Updated: Mar-05-14 3:09 pm
- Newsweek to use Slovak Piano paywall Updated: Mar-05-14 11:38 am
- Finalists named in Michigan APME newspaper contest Updated: Mar-05-14 10:36 am
- Court: LA judge wrong to open juvenile hearings Updated: Mar-04-14 5:18 pm
- Walker retires as publisher of Daily Southerner Updated: Mar-04-14 3:42 pm
- Piers Morgan emailed support to Brooks on hacking Updated: Mar-04-14 10:32 am
- New Media buys 2 California dailies, 4 weeklies Updated: Mar-03-14 9:38 pm
- Connecticut journalist named Daily Record editor Updated: Mar-03-14 5:26 pm
PORTLAND, Oregon - The state labor agency has sued a weekly Junction City newspaper over a rental ad that prohibited families with children.
SIMFEROPOL, Ukraine - In a story March 9 about Crimea's new leader, The Associated Press misidentified him as prime minister of Crimea's regional parliament. He is the prime minister of Crimea's regional government.
JERUSALEM - An iconic Israeli newspaper has not printed its Sunday edition as its publisher is seeking to keep the paper from collapse.
FAIRBANKS, Alaska - The publisher of the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner has announced he is leaving the company after two years at the paper.
WASHINGTON - Singer Courtney Love hadn't been born and tweeting was reserved for birds when The New York Times won a landmark libel case at the Supreme Court in 1964.
NEW YORK - A mystery man. A splashy reveal. A media frenzy. Newsweek staked its return from the dead on a story it knew would get attention. A cover story claiming it had uncovered "the face behind bitcoin," the world's most popular digital currency.
TEHRAN, Iran - Iran's moderate-leaning president strongly criticized hard-line judicial officials Saturday for ordering reformist newspapers shut down, highlighting the internal political tensions in the Islamic Republic as it negotiates a final nuclear deal with world powers.
KIEV, Ukraine - One of the biggest mysteries hanging over the protest mayhem that drove Ukraine's president from power: Who was behind the snipers who sowed death and terror in Kiev?
TALLADEGA, Alabama - The editor and publisher of The Daily Home newspaper of Talladega, Ed Fowler, is retiring.
CHICAGO - Editorial boards at some major Illinois newspapers have weighed in on the Republican primary to pick the state's next governor with the Chicago Tribune announcing Friday it endorsed businessman Bruce Rauner.
SCHENECTADY, New York - The 2009 winner of the Pulitzer Prize for editorial writing is joining an upstate New York newspaper, returning to journalism after a stint in public relations.
TULSA, Oklahoma - Oklahoma's Department of Corrections has temporarily banned news media from bringing cameras or any other recording equipment inside its prisons.
AUSTIN, Texas - The University of Texas at Austin Moody College of Communication has announced an award-winning former editor at The Washington Post will be the new director of its School of Journalism.
ALBANY, New York - David Klepper, an experienced government reporter who excels at accountability journalism, has been named to the New York statehouse team for The Associated Press.
PORTLAND, Oregon - Peter Bhatia is leaving his job as editor of The Oregonian newspaper to take a teaching job at Arizona State University.
PHOENIX - The Arizona House of Representatives has voted down a bill that would revoke a requirement that corporate public notices be published in newspapers.
MARIETTA, Georgia - An associate publisher and longtime advertising representative for The Marietta Daily Journal died earlier this week at the age of 85.
LONDON - Former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks on Wednesday denied covering up the wide extent of phone hacking at the newspaper, but acknowledged paying a PR guru 1 million pounds "in part" to stop allegations against the tabloid's editors coming out in court.
BRATISLAVA, Slovakia - A Slovakia-based company that offers paywall projects for media to earn revenue for access to their online sites has made its first foray into the U.S. with a deal to provide its services to Newsweek.
DETROIT - Finalists were announced Wednesday in the Michigan Associated Press Media Editors 2013 newspaper competition.
LOS ANGELES - A Los Angeles judge was wrong two years ago when he opened juvenile custody hearings to reporters, an appeals court has ruled.
TARBORO, North Carolina - John H. Walker has retired as publisher of The Daily Southerner of Tarboro.
LONDON - Former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks said Tuesday that she received abuse and death threats after it was revealed the newspaper had hacked the voicemails of a murdered 13-year-old girl. But she also got messages of support from high-profile figures including CNN talk-show host Piers Morgan and former Prime Minister Tony Blair.
VICTORVILLE, California - The Victorville Daily Press, Barstow Desert Dispatch and four Southern California weeklies have been purchased for $8 million by New Media Investment Group, one of the largest owners of newspapers in the country.
BALTIMORE - Thomas Baden Jr., editor of The News-Times in Danbury, Connecticut, has been named editor of The Daily Record in Baltimore.