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Washington Times sues feds over reporter’s confiscated notes

The Washington Times | The Daily Caller

The Washington Times and Audrey Hudson have filed suit against the Department of Homeland Security, saying an agent from the Coast Guard Investigative Service took Hudson’s notes illegally, Kellan Howell reports.

Alex Pappas wrote about the raid last month in The Daily Caller: CGIS accompanied Maryland State Police on a search warrant of the home Hudson, a former Times reporter, shares with her husband, Paul Flanagan, “an ordinance technician for the Coast Guard in Baltimore,” Pappas wrote. According to the warrant, Pappas said, Flanagan is not allowed to own firearms because of a 1986 conviction for resisting arrest. … Read more


Washington Times drops Rand Paul column after plagiarism charges

The Washington Times | The Washington Post

The Washington Times reported Tuesday it was dropping Sen. Rand Paul’s weekly column after a series of plagiarism allegations.

The newspaper said it had reviewed the lawmaker’s columns and op-ed pieces and had printed a correction to a Sept. 20 column lacking an attribution to a portion that originally appeared in The Week.

Paul and the paper “mutually agreed to end” his Friday column, the newspaper said.… Read more

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Washington Times lays off staffers

The Washington Post | Washington City Paper | FishbowlDC
About 20 Washington Times staffers were laid off by editor David Jackson and CEO Larry Beasley Friday, Erik Wemple reports. The cuts hit the photo department hard, he writes:

One person asked Jackson and Beasley how the paper would manage with what would now be a threadbare photo department. The answer was that the Times would have to be resourceful and perhaps use wire photos when available. More standard, depressing newspaper-downsizing talk, in other words.

Washington City Paper’s Will Sommer writes that Times staffer Steve Repsher has now been laid off twice by the Times – during the paper’s 2009 layoffs and again today.… Read more