The articles received considerable publicity and acclaim, but a nomination for the Pulitzer Prize met resistance from some who believed the Mirage series represented a form of entrapment. He became the Tribune's Washington bureau chief and later its managing editor for features.
The photographs caused outrage across the world and Clarence House was forced to issue a statement in response apologising for any offence or embarrassment caused. Lord Kilbracken himself criticised The Sun's editorial and the headline of its news story; he stated that while he thought that gay people were more at risk of Sun times paper AIDS it was still wrong to imply that no one else could catch the disease.
We've co-operated fully with The Hillsborough Independent Panel and will publish reports of their findings in tomorrow's newspaper.
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Jeffrey Zaslowthen a year-old Wall Street Journal reporter, and Diane Crowleya year-old lawyer, teacher and daughter of Ruth Crowley, who had been the original Ann Landers columnist from until Subsequently, The Sun published a follow-up headlined "Now they're after our fish! Serialisations of erotic books were frequent; the publication of extracts from The Sensuous Womanat a time when copies of the book were being seized by Customs, produced a scandal and a significant amount of free publicity.
On July 13,it was reported that a consortium consisting of private investors and the Chicago Federation of Labor led by businessman and former Chicago alderman Edwin Eisendrath through his company ST Acquisition Holdings, had acquired the paper and its parent company, Sun-Times Media Groupfrom then-owner Wrapportsbeating out Chicago-based publishing company Tronc for ownership.
Their leader was "Right Ron, Right Maggie". During the s and s, the nationalities were routinely described in copy and headlines as "frogs", "krauts" or "hun". Three days later the paper apologised in another editorial which said The Sun would never again reveal a person's sexuality unless it could be defended on the grounds of "overwhelming public interest".
The coverage "captured the zeitgeist", according to Roy Greensladeassistant editor at the time though privately an opponent of the warbut was also "xenophobic, bloody-minded, ruthless, often reckless, black-humoured and ultimately triumphalist. We will also reflect our deep sense of shame.
There were hundreds of cancellations. After more than 12, responses from people aged 4 to 85, the paper ultimately hired two: Inlongtime Sun-Times reporter Larry Weintraub retired after 35 years at the paper. After the sun formed, the solar wind likely slowed the rotation of the outer part of the sun, he said.
The print workers at The Sun refused to print it.The Mary I. Wold Cleburne County Library recently received a donation of $25, from Colonel Vernon H. Wold US Army Retired.
Col. Wold's late wife Mary was a long-time Cleburne County Library Board member, and a tireless advocate for libraries and literacy.
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