Supremes' Big Rulings
The Washington Post: "The Supreme Court's gay marriage decision: Live updates"
Jess Bravis, The Wall Street Journal: "Justices Take Pass on Texas Affirmative-Action Case"
Lawrence Hurley, Reuters: "Supreme Court guts key part of landmark Voting Rights Act"
Michael D. Shear, The New York Times: "As Social Media Swirl Around It, Supreme Court Sticks to Its Analog Ways"
Brian Stelter, The New York Times: "Media Gets It Right -- This Time"
Oren Dorell, USA TODAY: "WikiLeaks' Assange calling the shots on Snowden"
David Carr and Ravi Somaiya, The New York Times: "Assange, Back in News, Never Left U.S. Radar"
Paul Farhi, The Washington Post: "On NSA disclosures, has Glenn Greenwald become something other than a reporter?"
Mathew Ingram, paidContent: "Greenwald's Meet The Press incident shows why 'bloggers vs. journalists' still matters"
Jay Rosen, PressThink blog: "David Gregory tries to read Glenn Greenwald and The Guardian out of the journalism club"
Erik Wemple, The Washington Post: "Greenwald: Beltway media types are 'courtiers to power'"
Josh Feldman, Mediaite: "Wagging the Dog: O'Donnell Blames Edward Snowden for the Media's Obsession with Edward Snowden"
Too Hasty on Hastings?
Adam Silverman, Burlington Free Press: "Journalist, Vermont native Michael Hastings, 33, killed in car crash"
Michael Calderone, Huffington Post: "Michael Hastings Popped the Press Bubble, From the Campaign Trail to the Front Lines"
Beth Stebner, New York Daily News: "Michael Hastings conspiracy theories: Web goes wild after NSA, CIA reporter killed in crash"
Natasha Lennard, Salon: "Stop speculating about Hastings' death"
So Long Rock Center
Brian Stelter, The New York Times: "Disappointing Fall for 'Rock Center,' a News Program With Big Ambitions"
Kurtz Jumps to Fox
Chris Ariens, TV Newser: "Howard Kurtz Joining Fox News Channel: 'Too Good to Pass Up'"