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Howard H 'Tim' Hays Former Press-Enterprise editor, publisher Howard H "Tim" Hays, 94, a former editor and publisher of the Press-Enterprise who led the Riverside newspaper when it won a Pulitzer Prize for an expose in the 1960s and won two landmark U....
Los Angeles TimesThe Los Angeles Times will begin charging readers for access to its online news, joining a growing roster of major news organizations looking for a way to offset declines in revenue. Starting March 5, online readers will be asked to buy a digital...
Billy Costello Former WBC light welterweight boxing champ Billy Costello, 55, a former WBC light welterweight boxing champion who won his first 30 professional fights, died of lung cancer Wednesday at a hospital in his hometown of Kingston, N.Y., said...
Tags: Egypt, Human Interest, High School Sports, UNESCO, Health
Bil Keane, a cartoonist who chronicled the lighter moments of family life for more than 50 years through the gentle, heartfelt humor of the "Family Circus" comic strip, has died. He was 89. Keane died Tuesday of congestive heart failure at his longtime...
Nation NowVirginia Tech shooting: A scrappy campus newspaper -- Collegiate Times -- is covering the school shooting from the inside with live (and lively) updates....
Alan Rusbridger, editor of Britain's Guardian newspaper, would never let one of his writers get away with the cliche, but when the history of the Guardian is written it really wouldn't be much of a stretch to say these have been the best of times and.......
Readers' Representative JournalLatimes.com: "September digital note" from Managing Editor/Online Jimmy Orr and Senior Vice President/Digital Emily Smith: At the risk of sounding like a broken record, we continue to grow. We’ll get to September shortly, but in the last six months,...
During a five-decade career, Polish poet Wislawa Szymborska had so rarely appeared in public that a newspaper dubbed her the "Greta Garbo of poetry" after the notoriously private actress. But in 1996, Poland's most reticent literary icon was forced to...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesRed Summer The Summer of 1919 and the Awakening of Black America Cameron McWhirter Henry Holt: 368 pp., $30 From April to October 1919, a wave of racial violence swept across the United States. A bloody series of at least 52 lynchings and 25 major...
Tags: Rebellions, Wars and Interventions, Elections, Crimes, Massacres
Opinion L.A.LAPD officer Joe Buscaino and Assemblyman Warren Furutani are running hard to win the open City Council seat in District 15, which extends from Watts south along the two shoestring strips that are Harbor Gateway to Harbor City, Wilmington and......
There seemed to be no doubt that Mike Adams was a productive journalist, even if his beat was a bit obscure: the Central Basin Municipal Water District. In recent months, he churned out more than 20 stories on the water wholesaler based in southeast...
At a 1989 gathering of publishing giants, Jerome Rubin made an unpopular forecast: Technology would render the book obsolete. He argued that the expansion of computerized databases would decrease the need for printed books, a pronouncement based on...
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