An interview with the managing editor at one of the country's most widely read prison newspapers.
New research suggests that corporations pollute more when there aren't local papers to hold them accountable.
Maryland resident Jarrod Ramos opened fire in the Capital Gazette newspaper offices in Annapolis, shooting and killing five employees.
A lone gunman burst into the offices of the Capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland, on Thursday, shooting and killing five newspaper employees and "gravely injuring" several more.
New research shows that cities where newspapers closed up shop saw increases in government costs as a result of the lack of scrutiny over local deals.
Report for America offers young journalists valuable job training experience—by placing them in talent-starved newsrooms.
Pacific Standard chats with Carolina A. Miranda, a Los Angeles Times staff writer and member of the LA Times Guild organizing committee.
The agency voted to eliminate the eight-voices rule, which barred television stations in one market from mergers unless at least eight independently owned and operated stations would remain post-merger.
A little-remembered incident helped establish the notion that news organizations could and should preserve their independence from advertisers.
He-said-she-said has rarely been so fun to read.
The impact of social media and the press on the drug war, and vice versa.
Hardly. Brain drain is an indicator of success, a sure sign of a talent refinery at work.
New research suggests watching local television news leads to fatalistic beliefs regarding cancer.