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Want ads: who's hiring--yes, hiring: the job outlook in journalism continues to be bleak, but there are still opportunities for those who know where to look. Nov 1, 2010 2392
The state of syndicates: a still-brutal newspaper economy continues to hammer syndicates, but also offers new opportunities. What works and what doesn't, these days? Cover story Jul 1, 2010 3734
Change you can barely see: believe it: despite newspaper hopes (or worries), President Obama hasn't had much impact on industry issues. The go-to place for action? Congress. Jun 1, 2010 2899
Ho hum election coverage. Feb 22, 1997 978
White House report attacks critical press. Feb 15, 1997 1970
Pentagon backs off. Feb 15, 1997 849
Profile of the news consumer. Jan 18, 1997 1642
Letter bombs disrupt D.C. Press. Jan 11, 1997 1870
A 'wonderful' year in Congress: NAA President John Sturm says much 1996 legislation was beneficial to newspapers. Jan 11, 1997 3122
Newspapers and the courts. Jan 4, 1997 4324
Advice for the future: API seminar discusses changes in society and how they'll impact newspapers in years to come. Dec 28, 1996 5073
They are 'drawn' to editorial cartooning. Dec 28, 1996 1537
From insider to outsider: former White House press secretary and ex-reporter Marlin Fitzwater discusses the conflicting roles. Dec 7, 1996 1925
Advertiser friendly: Newspaper Association of America launches initiative to improve industry's relationship with advertisers. Nov 30, 1996 594
Anguish over covering themselves. Nov 30, 1996 468
Government documents online. Nov 23, 1996 1605
House demands enforcement. Nov 2, 1996 1837
Group demands Ethiopia press reform. Oct 26, 1996 492
Improving election reporting. Oct 5, 1996 3074
Inside the EFoIA debate. Oct 5, 1996 715
Congress approves EFoIA. Sep 28, 1996 1035
Reprehensible speech protected. Sep 21, 1996 876
Watershed moment. Sep 14, 1996 1603
Press basher turns J-school tutor. Interview Aug 24, 1996 1232
Journalists as spies. Aug 10, 1996 1973
Dealing with the FoI crunch. Aug 3, 1996 2370
Postal reform process begins: but newspaper lobbyists are not pleased with proposals so far. Jul 27, 1996 1441
Covering AIDS. Jul 27, 1996 802
Billions spent on secrecy. Jul 20, 1996 939
Journalism groups join 'Hit Man' case. Jul 20, 1996 674
Papers threatened with 'porn' purge. Jul 13, 1996 1445
Conservative group targets 'liberal' media. Jul 6, 1996 488
Pew surveys religion coverage. Jun 29, 1996 345
Free news space. Jun 22, 1996 916
Do ask - do tell. Jun 22, 1996 559
CDA declared unconstitutional. Jun 22, 1996 1724
Maintaining quality, values: newspapers urged not to forget the industry's core values as they move into the electronic age. Jun 15, 1996 1389
British libel case comes to the U.S. Jun 15, 1996 1567
In memory. Jun 8, 1996 1357
World press group reasserting its goals. Jun 8, 1996 607
Reconnecting to core values. Jun 8, 1996 534
Newt meets the press: House Speaker Gingrich pontificates to editors group. Jun 1, 1996 955
Developing nation press is growing. Jun 1, 1996 1059
'Embedding' leads to restrictions. May 25, 1996 1464
Growing ever so slowly: the percentage of minorities in U.S. newspaper newsrooms grew by less than two-tenths of a percent this year over last. May 25, 1996 502
The contentious connection between Congress and the media. Column May 25, 1996 1035
Newspapers and finances. May 18, 1996 820
Trying hard to be open: Janet Reno says Justice Department attempting to keep promise for more public disclosure. May 18, 1996 656
Salman Rushdie talks newspapers. May 18, 1996 866
The necessity of lobbying. May 4, 1996 464
Curley plans continuity. Apr 27, 1996 715
Anatomy of a press secretary: more than a year into his job as White House spokesman, Mike McCurry says he's having the most fun ever. Apr 27, 1996 2706
Press rights as an afterthought. Column Apr 27, 1996 1501
Eyes in the sky: as the media use more satellite imagery, government shutter control raises concerns. Apr 27, 1996 1336
Inconsistent policy: Reporters Committee says Clinton administration's dealings with the press over the past year were a mixed bag. Apr 20, 1996 3104
Obstacles facing women journalists. Apr 20, 1996 912
Postal rate debate continues. Apr 20, 1996 721
Investigating leaks. Apr 13, 1996 1523
Transition of power. Interview Apr 13, 1996 1345
Attacks on the press. Mar 23, 1996 626
The latest on courtroom cameras. Mar 23, 1996 567
A remedy for newspapers? Mar 23, 1996 701
Whistle-blower alleges retaliation. Mar 16, 1996 1087
Ruling against prior restraint. Mar 16, 1996 1356
New postal rates. Mar 16, 1996 658
Posing as journalists. Mar 2, 1996 2229
More outrage over provisions in telecom law. Mar 2, 1996 409
Bewildered by the media. Feb 24, 1996 645
Covering election campaigns. Feb 24, 1996 1689
Unconstitutionally vague. Feb 24, 1996 1417
Courtroom cameras debated. Feb 17, 1996 2205
A wave of protests. Feb 17, 1996 1297
Telecommunications bill draws praise. Feb 10, 1996 1016
Banned in Pennsylvania: newspaper newsgathering and delivery vehicles barred from the state's road during snowstorm, while broadcasters are allowed to roam free. Jan 20, 1996 1206
Postal fight projected for 1996. Jan 6, 1996 1884
Newspapers and the courts: gag orders, 'corporate intimidation' hassled the press in 1995. Jan 6, 1996 2138
Dodging a bullet. Dec 23, 1995 1289
No media pool in Bosnia. Dec 16, 1995 1722
First Amendment ombudsman: Paul McMasters fills the role of new Freedom Forum position. Dec 16, 1995 1640
New FoIA exemption proposed. Dec 16, 1995 1365
O'Leary on the hot seat. Dec 2, 1995 800
Three-year deal at Washington Post. Nov 25, 1995 831
Congress considers updating copyright law to cover online information. Nov 25, 1995 608
Formats recommended for presidential debates. Nov 18, 1995 704
Sexuality in the newsroom. Nov 18, 1995 789
Revamping of federal Sunshine Act halted. Nov 18, 1995 876
Rating of reporters draws rebuke. Nov 18, 1995 512
Reflections of a gay journalist. Nov 18, 1995 973
Judge dismisses mayor's libel suit. Nov 18, 1995 685
Gingrich assails the media during House hearing. Nov 11, 1995 890
Avoiding a 'political minefield'. Nov 11, 1995 1561
Attacks on gay journalists on the rise. Nov 11, 1995 1575
Offering solutions to potential wartime reporting conflicts. Nov 4, 1995 1250
Report from Beijing: a mixed bag. Oct 28, 1995 1427
Mediator to enter D.C. contract talks. Oct 28, 1995 942
U.S. media may operate in Cuba. Oct 14, 1995 1384
Speeding up response to FoIA requests. Sep 23, 1995 1099
Entire Unabomber manifesto published by New York Times, Washington Post. Sep 23, 1995 1703
Former UPI owner indicted. Sep 16, 1995 2200
Censorship in the schools. Sep 16, 1995 1559

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