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Topic - David Jackson
The Washington Times announced Monday that award-winning investigative journalist John Solomon is returning after a hiatus of more than 3½ years to oversee the newspaper's content, digital and business strategies.
The tornado in Oklahoma provides a classic example of how national television network news operates, depending on local reporters and camera operators until the big guns arrive to take over.
The 2012 Pulitzer Prize winners and finalists, with comments from judges:
Penn State's four senior starters will face their toughest opponent of the season in their last home game.
The Washington Times will be there, Executive Editor David Jackson told me, having invited mostly political types.
There are "no official winners or losers, but plenty of scorekeeping from the sidelines" to learn the strengths and weaknesses of various quake theories, Jackson said.