A news editor was caught copying in at least 50 stories.
Can't stop, won't stop.
He says he was simply "moved by his piece of work." Update: He plagiarized the apology.
But he can still contribute.
"If it will make people leave me the hell alone."
Pistols at dawn, then?
As more plagiarism charges emerge.
Complaints about using other's words are just more "liberal media angst."
What a weird choice.
She seems to have borrowed some passages for her new book.
"I just feel betrayed," he said.
It's certainly a bit sloppy.
"A man who's been plagiarized must be graceful and grateful."
He's ready to talk, but already spreading inaccuracies.
Better than misspelling?
A review of his blog posts for 'Wired' turned up enough misdeeds to lose him another job.