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Li Ka Shing left a cryptic phrase about melons on the front page of Hong Kong’s papers. Here’s what it really means.
The ad was signed: "by a Hong Kong citizen”.
People were extremely disappointed when a local library clarified it’d be having ‘snacks’ and not ‘snakes’ at its anti-p...
A library in Pflugerville, Texas, had to clarify the nature of its anti-prom event after an ad in a newspaper implied that there would be snakes.
Local newspaper giant GateHouse Media laid off at least 60 journalists across the US after a $30 million acquisition
Gatehouse Media made cuts across numerous publications, including photo staff and local sports journalists, according to sources.
How newspapers in Philadelphia and Chicago reacted to the Eagles’ narrow win over the Bears in the Wild Card
Cody Parkey's "double doink" field goal gave newspapers in Philadelphia, Chicago, and more plenty of opportunities to make their best, pun-filled headlines.
Texas newspaper that endorsed Ted Cruz in 2012 is now throwing its support behind Democrat Beto O’Rourke for the midterm election
The Houston Chronicle endorsed Cruz in 2012, but this time around, it had some harsh words for the junior senator, saying Cruz has "exhibited little interest in addressing the needs of his fellow Texans during his six years in office."
The US International Trade Commission nullified tariffs imposed by the Trump administration on newsprint coming from Canada. Local newspaper across the US bemoaned the tariffs and said the measure was causing layoffs in the industry.
People are slamming Fox News for reporting that the Maryland newspaper just targeted in a shooting doesn’t have an ‘ideological bent’...
As reports emerged of a shooting at the offices of the Capital Gazette newsroom in Maryland, the Fox News correspondent Trace Gallagher told his viewers that the network had investigated whether the newspaper has an ideological bent and had determined that it was simply a local paper.
Shares of Tronc jumped as much as 65% on Wednesday morning after the media company completed the sale of the Los Angeles Times.
Staffers at the Los Angeles Times are reportedly buying burner phones amid worries of a newsroom crackdown
The employees voiced their concerns about a possible crackdown on leaks, as uncertainty looms in the Los Angeles Times newsroom.
Newspapers across the country used their sports pages to express the ecstasy of victory and the tragedy of defeat.