Film and fashion icon Elizabeth Taylor died Wednesday at the age of 79.
Kwame Holman reports on how the United States is responding to help Haiti, and then Jeffrey Brown talks to a Los Angeles Times reporter about international efforts on the ground.
Media conglomerate Tribune Co. filed for federal bankruptcy protection Monday, as the owner of the Chicago Tribune, the Los Angeles Times, the Chicago Cubs and several other newspapers and TV stations tries to restructure its debt of $13 billion. Three…
By PBS NewsHour
Media conglomerate Tribune Co. filed for bankruptcy protection Monday, as the owner of the Chicago Tribune, the Los Angeles Times, the Chicago Cubs and several other newspapers and TV stations tries to restructure its debt of $13 billion.
NewsHour Essayist Anne Taylor Fleming laments the newsroom cuts and budget woes of her hometown newspaper, the Los Angeles Times.
The Tribune Co. on Monday accepted an $8.2 billion buyout offer from Chicago real estate investor Sam Zell. The NewsHour takes a look at the potential impact of the sale on the media company and newspaper industry.
New York Times executive editor Bill Keller and former National Security Agency Director Adm. Bobby Inman debate the newspaper's decision to publish articles about the Bush administration's surveillance of banking records and other intelligence programs.
Los Angeles Times editor John Carroll on Sunday staunchly defended his paper's decision to publish articles detailing allegations of sexual improprieties by Republican candidate Arnold Schwarzenegger just days before the California recall election.
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