New Jersey Democratic powerhouse declines to submit final bid.
Newspaper returns to the status quo of just before he was ousted.
George Norcross, leader of the paper's majority ownership group, takes his case to the Newspaper Guild.
With the two sides dug in, there's no resolution in sight for the great Philadelphia Inquirer.
What's wrong with the the paper's opinion coverage?
Why is an 83-year-old philanthropist duking it out over an old newspaper?