NEW YORK - Edwin Newman, who brought literacy, wit and energy to NBC newscasts for more than three decades, and battled linguistic pretense and clutter in his best sellers "Strictly Speaking" and "A Civil Tongue," has died.
WASHINGTON - Jarring headlines from the Gulf Coast after Hurricane Katrina said it all: "Catastrophic," ''Hitting Bottom," ''Help Us, Please." Five years later, the Newseum on Friday will open a special, one-year exhibit, "Covering Katrina," that explores and explains how journalists reported on the disaster and its aftermath.
NEW YORK - The face on the cover of Time magazine is graceful, composed and unthinkably maimed.
WASHINGTON - Daniel Schorr, whose journalism career over more than six decades landed him in the dark corners of Europe during the Cold War and the shadows of President Richard Nixon's notorious "enemies list" in the 1970s, has died.
NEW YORK - A $25,000 prize has been established for journalists and writers from South Asia.
- UK tabloid: Duchess offered access for cash
- Michael Kuchwara, AP drama critic, dies at 63
- Federal funds to expand PBS investigative series
- Univ. of Texas exhibit showcases Cronkite career
- Woodward book on Obama coming in September
- Jay Leno, Obama jockey for laughs at annual dinner
- Big Kenny: Crossing genres important to musicians
- AP, ABC News win journalism awards
- New media recognized in Pulitzer competition
- Quotes from 2010 Pulitzer Prize winners
- Va. paper wins Pulitzer for gas-royalties coverage
- NBC's Mitchell got most evening news time in 2000s
- ABC reporter engaged to White House budget chief
- CNN finding that prime-time success is elusive
- CNN finding that prime-time success is illusive