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5 Dead in Shooting at Annapolis Newspaper

Suspect Jarrod Ramos, who is in custody, lost a defamation case against the Capital Gazette over a report about how he harassed a woman.

By Eric Levitz and Margaret Hartmann

5 Dead in Shooting at Annapolis Newspaper

A gunman killed five people in the newsroom of the Capital-Gazette Thursday, according to local authorities. One suspect is in custody.

By Eric Levitz

The Rise of New York’s Foreign-Language Newspapers

The city’s 95 ethnic newspapers have a combined circulation (2.9 million) that outstrips the combined print reach of the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, the Daily News, and the Post.

By Alex Yablon

Postmodern Love, by Erin Somers

The writer Erin Somers sits down to write a "Modern Love" column1. The subject is the truncated, never-realized dalliance between herself and D.2 The convention of masking identities in essayistic, first person writing with a single initial [...]

By Brian Boone