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Blogger facing potential jail time says he is ‘honor bound’ not to identify sources

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Price of ‘independent’: Can this weekly paper stay critical of its new owner?

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Warren Buffett’s newspapers deploy familiar playbook as fortunes dim

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Q&A: NPR’s Kirk Siegler on covering America’s urban-rural divide

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‘I’ve had it’: Family-owned Colorado paper threatens state legislator with lawsuit

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In Colorado, a reporter’s error becomes evidence for ‘fake news’ claim

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Will a South Carolina political blogger go to jail to protect his sources?

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Ex-WaPo editor tries out Bezos model in Colorado Springs

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How two Oregonian reporters found ‘phony documents’ in the records of a sprawling state program

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South Carolina’s top daily buys an alt-weekly in the state capital

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