Sun-TImes Fires Photographers
ESPN Helps Bring Down Coach
The Pew Study: Less Reporting, More Opining
The Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism: "The State of the News Media 2013"
Brian Stelter, The New York Times: "Local TV News is Following Print's Path, Study Says"
Tesla v. NYT
John M. Broder, The New York Times: "Stalled Out on Tesla's Electric Highway"
Elon Musk, Tesla Motors: "A Most Peculiar Test Drive"
Who's Fat? The Challenges of Science Journalism
Gretchen Reynolds, The New York Times: "Good and Bad, the Little Things Add Up in Fitness"
Pam Belluck, The New York Times: "Study Suggests Lower Mortality Risk for People Deemed to be Overweight"
Media Mistakes and Challenges
Andrew Beaujon, Poynter.org: "Sandy Hook coverage: Is 'good enough' good enough?"
Australians to Blame?
Erik Ortiz, New York Daily News: "Jacintha Saldanha, victim of Australian radio prank call about Kate Middleton, left suicide note for family"
Thom Patterson, CNN: "Aussie DJ scandal: Does radio share the blame?"
Costas Tackles Gun Control
Howard Kurtz, The Daily Beast: "Bob Costas Steps Onto Gun-Control Minefield"
Rape Accusation, No Charges Against Mizzou Player
Steve Walentik, Columbia Daily Tribune: "No charges filed after Dixon accused of rape"
Rob Dauser, NBC Sports: "Michael Dixon accused of, never charged with, sexual assault"
Election Night 2012: Themes and Takeaways
Newseum's Front Pages for November 7
Politico's Media Blog
Don't Call It Frankenstorm
Horses, Bayonets and Other Debate Snark
Glenn Chapman, Agence France Press: "Obama's 'horses and bayonets' remark goes viral"
Obama/Romney Round Two: Crowley Ignites Controversy
Brian Stelter, The New York Times: "After a New-Look Debate, a Harsh Light Falls on the Moderator"
CNN and the Diary
Romney's "47 Percent" Video
Mother Jones: "WATCH: Full Secret Video of Private Romney Fundraiser"
Neil Cavuto, Fox News: "Romney: Redistribution does not get people back to work"
9/11 Finger Pointing: Could It Have Been Stopped?
Just Whose Facts?
Josh Feldman, Mediaite: "Romney Pollster: We Won't 'Let Our Campaign Be Dictated By Fact-Checkers'"
Greg Sargent, The Washington Post: "Fact checking for thee, but not for me"
Akin, Rape and Media Responsibility
Sharon Begley and Susan Heavey, Reuters: "Rape trauma as barrier to pregnancy has no scientific basis"
Fareed Zakaria: Everybody Does It?
David Zurawik, Baltimore Sun: "Lame Fareed Zakaria defenses show confused, debased state of journalism"
Rem Rieder, American Journalism Review: "Everybody Does It"
40th Anniversay of Watergate
Robert Samuels, The Washington Post: "At Post Watergate forum, scandal's players tell their stories"
Howard Kurtz, The Daily Beast: "Watergate Remembered Four Decades Later at Washington Post Party"
Parsing Recall Results
UK Supremes Deny Assange Appeal
Owen Bowcott, The Guardian: "Julian Assange loses appeal against extradition"
Raphael Satter, AP: "Julian Assange Loses Extradition Appeal, Moves Closer to Prosecution in Sweden"
Obstruction Charge in Phone Hacking Case
Stephen Wright and Tim Shipman, The Daily Mail: "'It's a witch hunt': Rebekah Brooks and husband Charlie lash out after they are charged with perverting the course of justice in phone-hacking scandal"
AP and the Bomb Plot Leak
Adam Goldman, Associated Press: "US: CIA thwarts new al-Qaida underwear bomb plot"
CNN: "U.S. official upset over bomb plot mole leak"
Murdoch "Not Fit" to Run News Corp.
Paul Sonne and Jeanne Whalen, The Wall Street Journal: "News Corp. Blasted In U.K."
David Carr, The New York Times: "Deconstructing Parliament's Loquacious Condemnation of News Corporation"
Hurtful Words and Party Politics: The Rush Boycott
The Expectations Game
Brian Stelter, The New York Times: "With a Fast and Anticipated Result, TV Analysts Shift Focus to South Carolina"
Neil King, Jr. and Gerald F. Seib, TheWall Street Journal: "Chances to Slow GOP Leader Dwindle"
"The Cain Train"
Herman Cain: Harasser or Harassed?
Stephen Engelberg, Pro Publica: "Raising Cain: When is a Scoop Ready to be Published?"