But it's not yet a done deal.
It'll continue on as a website, the company says, but they've already gone and laid off the entire staff.
The paper will also be distributed free in some areas.
Now you can only read five articles a day without paying for things!
Just a heads up, 'Times.'
His papers will be just fine without it, thanks.
He was "routinely humiliated" and the target of "Jim Crow"-style segregation.
"For every kid that I bump into who is wandering the media industry looking for an entrance that closed some time ago, I come across another who is a bundle of ideas, energy and technological mastery."
"The fact is we can effectively cover the rest of the country from Washington."
Things get darker in the suburb to the north.
It also happened at George Washington last month.
He went on a spectacular six-month sabbatical, and will not be invited back.
O'Reilly not pleased with Hannity.
The cuts were made all over the world.
It was all part of an investigation into the Newspaper and Mail Deliverers Union.