Curtis Gans, a liberal activist, journalist and recognized expert on voter turnout in the United States, has died. He was 77.
The state of the newspaper industry is not at its height right now. Here’s another lowlight: old-fashioned newspapers can cause allergies.
Thomas Baden Jr., editor of The News-Times in Danbury, Conn., has been named editor of The Daily Record in Baltimore.
A Washington newspaper has asked a federal judge to force the Coast Guard to return any documents and copies of records it seized from a reporter while searching her home last summer as part of a gun investigation involving her husband.
A documentary by a former Washington Post journalist, exploring the past two years since he revealed he was living in the country illegally, is premiering at Washington’s AFI Docs Film Festival.
Haynes Johnson, a pioneering Washington journalist who won a Pulitzer Prize for his coverage of the civil rights movements and migrated from newspapers to television, books and teaching, died Friday. He was 81.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author and journalist Stanley Karnow has died at age 87.
Baltimore native Matthew VanDyke speaks to WJZ about his plan to return to the front lines. It may be a different country but he says the mission is still the same.
CBS News legend Mike Wallace, the “60 Minutes” pit bull reporter whose probing, brazen style made his name synonymous with the tough interview, has died.
Some sad news to report in the world of journalism. A local Pulitzer Prize-winning writer has died.
Matthew VanDyke spent more than five months in a Libyan prison. Then, he joined rebel forces to overthrow dictator Moammar Gadhafi. He’s now back home in Maryland.
Matthew VanDyke’s mother says she finally heard the words she’s been waiting to hear — that her son plans to return to the U.S.