After appearing to pin a lavish expenditure on Nikki Haley, the newspaper corrected its story.
The News & Observer, lauded for 1999 hurricane reporting, now juggles fewer resources
Talking heads on TV and in articles don’t always disclose their nondisclosure agreements.
The newspaper said it took the unusual step of running the unnamed author’s column to “deliver an important perspective to our readers.”
Some (including Trump) suggest masking a source’s involvement is a misleading practice.
He accuses Lester Holt of unspecified impropriety related to a comment on Comey last year.
With a unanimous ruling, federal agency strikes down tariffs that drove up newsprint costs.
Carl Bernstein and CNN reporters have drawn fire for a Cohen story after a key source recanted.
How the late Arizona senator saved his political career by turning the news media into an ally.
Under terms of a contract between Random House, Thrush and colleague Maggie Haberman, he was free to keep the cash he had already received.