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Articles from October 3

'Chicago Sun-Times' Offers Wake-Up Call of Cubs Recap by Columnist Mariotti
For many Chicagoans, the prospect of a wake-up call from love-him-or-hate-him Chicago Sun-Times sports columnist Jay Mariotti might seem a service offered by Motel Hell. But come Thursday morning, Mariotti will be rousing sleepy fans who couldn't...
Conrad Black Spoofs Self on CBC Comedy Video
Conrad Black may be facing years in prison and the loss of his fortune and the Palm Beach, Fla., mansion where he's holed up awaiting sentencing on U.S. fraud charges, but he demonstrated on Canadian television that's he's still good for a laugh --...
Jon Stewart Dismantles Chris Matthews
You may find this hard to believe, but there was a time when TV gasbag Chris Matthews was a respectable hard news reporter. He worked in Washington, D.C. for the San Francisco Examiner from 1987 to around 2000, and also wrote columns for the San...
Mayor's Disappearance Tied to Scoop about False Claim?
Did The Press of Atlantic City, N.J., help drive Mayor Bob Levy into hiding? The mayor, whose falsified claim that he was a Green Beret in Vietnam was exposed by the paper last year, has been essentially missing since Friday. Some wonder if that story,...
Media Reveal Disturbing New Twists in Death of Soldier in Afghanistan
Newspapers in Massachusetts have been doggedly digging into the case (covered by E&P on Monday) of a Quincy woman who died in Afghanistan under mysterious circumstances last week. The military first reported that Ciara Durkin, 30, who served...
'Newsday' Pulitzer Prize Medals Missing from Safe
Is it an investigative story worthy of a Pulitzer Prize? Maybe not. But word that someone has apparently stolen three Pulitzer medals from Newsday of Melville, N.Y., broke into a safe to do it, and sold them at auction, is raising concerns at the...
Sun-Times Media Group Combining 'Daily Southtown' with Twice-Weekly 'Star'
Sun-Times Media Group (STMG) said Wednesday it is merging the Daily Southtown with the Star, a twice-weekly that also circulates in Chicago's south suburbs. STMG said it is still not clear how the combination will be worked out. An STMG spokesperson...
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