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Jennifer Harper

Jennifer Harper

To read Jennifer Harper's Inside the Beltway columns, click here. Contact her at [email protected].

Articles by Jennifer Harper

Times embraces 'citizen journalism'

The Washington Times' news gathering is about to become a whole lot bigger as the newspaper launches one full print page per day of news stories reported and written by average citizens in local communities. Published April 13, 2009

The Times enhances Web site for readers

The Washington Times Web site became a more convivial place over the last week, thanks to a spectrum of improvements for readers who crave clear interaction with the newspaper's content and staff. Published April 12, 2009

Report: Casinos threat to security, readiness

Casinos undermine both national security and military readiness, according to research released Thursday by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, adding a new dimension to an already complicated debate. Published April 10, 2009

It's 'Gray Lady' vs. red ink

This is no mother and child reunion. The 'Gray Lady' is having serious problems with her billion-dollar baby. Published April 7, 2009

Inside Politics Weekend: The Obama brand

Does President Obama need more FDR, less Jimmy Carter and a dose of Ronald Reagan to ensure the staying power of his personal brand? Published April 5, 2009

Michelle bests Barack

Talk about his better half. It's FLOTUS trumps POTUS. Published April 2, 2009

Online journalists 'confident' in future

Online journalists have become cautiously optimistic about their place in the gloomy news media landscape, with 81 percent reasonably sure their Web sites can turn a profit, according to a survey released Monday by the Online News Association and the Project for Excellence in Journalism. Published March 31, 2009

Newspapers seek way out of hole

Lean times dominate the media landscape as newspapers around the nation tighten their belts and trudge forward. Published March 29, 2009

Bloggers say they'll pay for news

Bloggers could be the salvation of newspapers, according to a trends analysis by J.D. Power and Associates, a research group associated with publisher McGraw-Hill. Published March 24, 2009

Pope faces media backlash

Faith often gets short shrift in the news - unless a little sex and politics are thrown in. Published March 20, 2009