Here’s a look at things that have happened on this date in history.
Jeff Bezos’ stunning accusation that the National Enquirer tried to blackmail him mentioned the close ties between the paper’s publisher, David Pecker, and President Donald Trump — and a second, less well-known connection.
The White House decision came a day after an explosive New York Times report that cited US and foreign officials with direct knowledge of intelligence reports who say that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman told a top aide in 2017 that he would use “a bullet” on Khashoggi.
It’s the start of a new age for WTOP, which bid adieu to its old Idaho Avenue location for a shiny, space-age pasture just up the street in Maryland. See photos and video of the Wisconsin Avenue newsroom.
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The appointment comes just over a year after local entrepreneur Mark Ein bought Washington City Paper from SouthComm, returning the paper to local ownership.
The swift retreat of advertisers from Tucker Carlson’s Fox News show over his immigration comments underscores a new and growing trend: the power of liberal online activists to put a spotlight on corporate behavior.
In a viral response to the President on Twitter, a Capital Gazette photojournalist mourned, remembered and celebrated his beloved colleague, Wendi Winters, and four other staffers killed when a gunman walked into the newsroom of the Annapolis paper.
While the president’s attacks on the media are usually centered on national outlets, the attitudes unleashed have filtered down to journalists covering news in local communities across the country.
Draper Media, the parent company of WBOC-TV, a CBS affiliate based in Maryland, has entered into a purchase agreement for WRDE-LD, an NBC affiliate serving the Delmarva peninsula as Coast TV.
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Thursday refused to distance herself from President Donald Trump’s assertions that the media is the “enemy” of the American people.
The CEO of DNAinfo and Gothamist — of which DCist was a part — announced Thursday that he was shutting down both news networks, effective immediately. The move comes a week after the editorial staff voted to unionize.
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Commercials for Super Bowl 51 are already beginning to build buzz online.
Arianna Huffington has decided to step down as editor-in-chief of The Huffington Post, the news website she co-founded in 2005.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.