AP Photos: Editor selections from the past week in Asia

A traveler passes by a display at Beijing Daxing International Airport, which was built in less than five years at a cost of 120 billion yuan ($17 billion) and can handle 72 million passengers a year. read more

Ron McCrea, former Cap Times city editor and Frank Lloyd Wright expert, dies at 76

Ron McCrea, an award-winning journalist and author who served as The Capital Times’ city editor for a decade, died of cancer Saturday at Agrace Hospice in Fitchburg. He was 76. “Ron was one of the ... read more

Meet the Venezuelan newspaper editor fighting to keep publishing — from Spain

His phone rang a few seconds later, interrupting the broadcast, and he answered while scanning headlines on an iPad. It would be a typical scene for any harried newspaper editor, except that Otero ... read more

Covering what’s on voter minds: Letter from the Editor

Today, we talk with Russ Walker, PA Post’s first executive editor. How does PA Post differentiate itself from what other news organizations are doing in the region? Walker: The way I explain it is ... read more

Former Breitbart Editor Katie McHugh On Stephen Miller And White Supremacy

Former Breitbart editor Katie McHugh tells NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro that White House senior adviser Stephen Miller assisted in her radicalization as a white supremacist. read more

Letter from the editor: Thank you for engaging with us

As the semester comes to a close, so does my tenure as the editor of the Indiana Daily Student. It has been an honor to lead this incredibly talented newsroom this fall and last spring. We spend many ... read more

Woksape Editor Offers ‘Wise Words’

Working on Yankton High School’s (YHS) student newspaper staff inspired one student to take a leadership role, and reach for a college degree in journalism. Emerson McClure, the editor of the Woksape ... read more

Retired Lubbock editor's columns fun to read

Burle Pettit, retired editor of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal and longtime columnist for the newspaper, is featured in a new book from the Texas Folklore Society -- A Boyhood Dream Realized: Half a ... read more

New York Times Tilt on Trump Antisemitism Story Hints at Influence of ‘Repeated … Poor Judgment’ Editor

Neither did Elizabeth Dias, the reporter whose byline appeared first atop the Times “unease” article. The chief executive of the American Jewish Committee, David Harris, also wrote a letter to the ... read more

A man, his shopping cart and a little Christmas tree | Editor’s notes

You just never know who’s going to show up at our office and want to speak with the editor. Sometimes, they’re people with some sort of grudge who want us to write a story about how they were wronged ... read more

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