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  • Supply of news is dwindling amid the digital media transformation

    Supply of news is dwindling amid the digital media transformation
    The word is out that we're embarking on a new golden age of journalism.
  • Maxine Kumin dies at 88; Pulitzer Prize-winning poet

    Maxine Kumin dies at 88; Pulitzer Prize-winning poet
    Decades before she won the Pulitzer Prize for poetry, Maxine Kumin was a student at Radcliffe College who had summoned the courage to show a handful of her poems to an instructor. His comment couldn't have been more withering. "Say it with flowers,"...

    LinkedIn makes major play for China

    LinkedIn makes major play for China
    SAN FRANCISCO -- LinkedIn is launching a Chinese language website to expand its presence in China, which boasts the world's largest Internet population. The Mountain View, Calif., company is hoping the website, which uses simplified Chinese characters,...

    Chris Christie answers questions about bridge scandal

    Chris Christie answers questions about bridge scandal
    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Monday insisted he never knew that his aides had intentionally fouled up traffic approaches to the George Washington Bridge until after the lanes had been reopened — though he admitted he might have heard about...

    'Ride Along' cruises. Super Bowl ads. R.I.P. Philip Seymour Hoffman.

    'Ride Along' cruises. Super Bowl ads. R.I.P. Philip Seymour Hoffman.
    After the coffee. Before seeing how many watched the Super Bowl. The Skinny: Man that was one ugly game. I'm going to guess that this year's audience will be smaller than last year's, which was just over 108 million people. How about that episode of...