A California man told a newspaper staffer he planned to shoot employees in the head and invoked the president's "enemy of the people" phrase, federal prosecutors allege.
The closures result in lower voter turnout and decreased political accountability, and that generates a financial cost.
The $500 million purchase by Los Angeles medical entrepreneur Patrick Soon-Shiong brings the paper back under local ownership for the first time in 18 years.
Now in its 14th year, the publication just expanded into digital platforms in the hope of increasing readership and inspiring other young women.
As things stand now, any attempts by the Zimbabwean media to subject public officials to scrutiny and make them accountable for their actions is anathema to the powers that be.
Some newspapers would have you believe you're in constant danger of being eaten by a giant South American bird around the corner from your home.
Investigative reporter Glenn Greenwald published an expose this week detailing how the NSA has been feeding "propaganda" to various news publications, which have happily played along.
So much for that digital experiment. News Corp. announced Monday that it will stop producing its tablet-only periodical The Daily on Dec. 15.
Some say the media has done a less-than-stellar job of reporting on the Occupy Wall Street protests these last few weeks, but the 99 percent found a way to circumvent that: They published and distributed their own newspaper Saturday, aptly named The Occupied Wall Street Journal. (more)