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The journalist for The St. Louis Post-Dispatch spent over a month in Cambodia as a captive of the Vietcong, met Pol Pot and published excerpts from the Pentagon Papers.

Despite the pledge, some in the nation’s third-largest city worry that The Sun-Times, now partly owned by trade unions, will veer from its tradition of covering them aggressively.

The Sun-Times was acquired by an investment group that includes organized labor, preventing it from being bought by the owner of The Chicago Tribune.

Newspapers have long considered Facebook and Google their frenemies. On the one hand, they rely on both to distribute their words and ads to a mass audience as print ads and subscription dollars plummet. SEE ALSO: Facebook and Google are destroying b...

A group of news organizations plans to ask Congress for the right to negotiate with the online giants, which are gaining greater shares of digital advertising and distribution.

Mrs. Herrera de Noble, the publisher of Clarín, was instrumental in creating one of the largest media conglomerates in the Spanish-speaking world.

A misfire at a PBS station showed how Trump administration attempts to intimidate the press could work, and how those attempts could be thwarted.