Missing the Target An aggressive public relations campaign by the Air Force Association and the Smithsonian's tepid response doomed the museum's plans for a full-fledged exhibit on the atomic bomb. The media covered the charges and coutercharges but ignored the underlying historical debate.
> read more By Uday Mohan & Tony Capaccio
The High-Stress Police Beat A steady diet of violent crime, fatal accidents and human tragedy takes a toll on reporters. Some think newspapers and TV stations should do more to help their staffers cope.
> read more By Chris Harvey
Staying Close to Home For many newspapers, the Washington bureau is no longer a status symbol or a vehicle for chasing national news. Today's regional reporters concentrate on writing stories with local impact and working with the staff back home.
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General Mills' Gift to Journalism Times Mirror not only went outside the company, it went far outside the communications industry to find its new chief executive. Can number cruncher Mark Willes improve the company's disappointing financial performance without hurting editorial quality?
> read more By Carol Pogash
Techs vs. Lits The gulf between journalists who embrace technological change and those who fear its consequences seems wide. But the industry's new leaders would do well to utilize the strengths of both camps.
> read more By Ron Javers