Should news outlets refer to them in the present tense or past tense?
Upshot of investigation: Getting governmental records aren't as simple as just filing a request.
Photo wasn't a good choice.
Some media outlets describe the bill as allowing denial of services to gays but shy away from 'anti-gay.'
Hearing aid? What hearing aid?
Says 'information-savvy citizens' should look at where their content is coming from.
Outlet has been there from the beginning. That's not going to change.
Wire service boiled down a quote. That news?
A history of excellent reporting fails to save reporter Bob Lewis.
And who would have thought that the "T.M." in the indictment was "T.M." the Virginia gubernatorial candidate?