Guardian: We've Only Published 1 Percent Of Snowden LeaksThe editor of the Guardian said Tuesday that his newspaper has published just 1 percent of the material it received from former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, and denied that the paper had placed lives or national security at risk.
Report: Snowden Reached Out To Russian Consulate While In Hong KongA respected Russian newspaper says National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden spent two days in the Russian Consulate in Hong Kong directly before leaving on an abortive attempt to reach asylum in Latin America.
Study: Local Newspapers Have Lost Billions Due To CraigslistA new study has found that local newspapers have lost billions of dollars in advertisement revenue to Craigslist, a website providing classified-advertising services.
Post Sale to Bezos Ends Era of Local OwnershipThe sale of The Washington Post to Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos rocked the world of journalism, but it was also a shock to the community where it's published: The hometown newspaper of the nation's capital city is no longer locally owned.
Newspaper to Apologize for Publishing Anonymous Racist, Profane RantA Charlottesville weekly newspaper apologized Tuesday for a profane, racist rant that appeared in its publication.
Va. Newspaper Drops 'Democrat' From Name The Fauquier Times-Democrat, a newspaper outside of Washington, D.C., that traces its roots back nearly 200 years, announced Wednesday it is changing its name due to the increasingly divisive political landscape.
Washington Examiner to Cease Print Newspaper The Washington Examiner will stop publishing a six-day-a-week print newspaper and become a weekly magazine and online publication.
First Editor Of The Washington Times Dies The man who served as the first editor of The Washington Times and left in a public dispute with its Unification Church owners has died.
Washington Post Offers 5th Round Of Buyouts In 10 YearsThe Washington Post offered another round of buyouts to its employees as revenue from its newspaper division continues to decline.
MD Newspaper Making Monday ComebackSunday is traditionally the most anticipated newspaper of the week. But it's the Monday edition that is getting all the attention for the Frederick News-Post