The death of Margot Kidder brought back memories of Lois Lane, but not just Kidder’s portrayal. To me, the role of Lois Lane will always be defined by a woman with another alliterative name: Noel Neill.
Publishing quick AP updates on the Big Island’s lava vents and explosions from their resurgence two weeks ago has allowed Civil Beat to tackle new fronts, such as an in-depth story on the history of speculative land development near the lava beds.
Miriam Adelson, the wife of the newspaper's owner and billionaire GOP mega-donor Sheldon Adelson, thanked America for moving its embassy from internationally recognized Tel Aviv to contested Jerusalem.
In leak, Mueller’s legal team has shown journalists the art of asking questions for insight
At a Poynter seminar this week, a Pulitzer-winning journalist told her charges that the Mueller-Trump tussle for information has placed key techniques before all reporters and editors. They are valuable enough to share with all.
In terms of reporting on the news of state, it used to be that there were journalists, government spokespersons, and maybe, in between, public relations folk. There were clear demarcations between them.