New Press Plan Doesn't Stop Protests
John Eligon, The New York Times: "Plan to Close University of Missouri Press Stirs Anger"
Janese Silvey, Columbia Daily Tribune: "Authors leave UM Press amid controversial shakeup"
A License to Print Money
Brian Naylor, NPR: "Swing State TV Stations Spiking Ad Rates As Campaign Cash Pours In"
Suzanne Vranica, The Wall Street Journal: "ESPN Grabs Political Football"
NBC Pared Key Bit from Sandusky Interview
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