Good morning. The Redskins lose (again) and we only have two weekends left before election day. Do you know where you will be on Election Night?
Say hello to Washingtonpost.Newsweek Interactive’s Rob Curley.
Are newsroom budget cuts having an adverse affect in serious jounrnalism? Howard Kurtz investigates.
Armstrong Williams and the Justice Department reached a settlement, “closing a yearlong investigation into his promotion of Bush administration education reforms.” According to the Washington Times, Armstrong has to pay $34,000, a portion of his fee to the federal government.
Byron Calameexamines how the “proliferation of magazine journalism is what it means for The Times’s core news coverage.”
John Dickersonrecounts the process of writing On Her Trail, a memoir on his mother, Nancy Dickerson, and the chance to discover the woman he never knew.
UPI’s Pye Chamberlayne died at his home in rural Virginia this weekend. His wife, Mary, said he died peacefully overnight. He was 68.
The Washington Post writes upI.J. Hudson’s move to leave WRC-TV in January after 21 years at the NBC-owned station.
October is already a heavy storm month, and we are not talking hurricanes.