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The Post and Courier of Charleston, S.C., with a staff of 80 and a daily circulation of 85,000, won the most prestigious of the Pulitzer Prizes for journalism awarded on Monday for a series on the high number of deaths resulting from domestic abuse in the state.  Full story
Major news outlets — including Fox News, The Washington Post and the New York Times — have hammered out “exclusive agreements” with the author of a forthcoming book about Hillary and Bill Clinton to pursue stories from the book, according to the New York Times’s Amy Chozick.   Full story
The Washington Post's jailed correspondent in Iran, Jason Rezaian, faces four charges, including espionage, that carry long prison sentences, his lawyer said Monday.  Full story
Mobile devices have created another fundamental shift in how journalism is produced and distributed. Although it was forewarned by many, the speed at which mobile has come to dominate has taken many by surprise.  Full story
You could have missed the short story on Page A-5 Thursday, but you probably didn’t.  Full story
Last year the big update to search results came through the “nuclear bomb” that was Panda 4.0. The age of the keyword was essentially over, and proper storytelling blogs and press releases were in. Many claimed that SEO was on its way out completely.  Full story
Shortly before the Chicago mayoral election, the Columbia Journalism Review published a hard-hitting look at Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s rocky relations with the local media.  Full story
The man who landed a gyrocopter on the lawn of the U.S. Capitol Wednesday alerted a Tampa Bay Times reporter to his flight plan almost a year ago, and the reporter traveled to Washington this week to watch it happen.  Full story
CareerCast.com is out with its annual worst jobs in America report, and this year some of the worst are TV and newspaper reporters, lumberjacks, cooks and firemen.  Full story
While political candidates like Hillary Clinton and Rand Paul embrace technology in the 2016 presidential election, sometimes they're just not ready for prime time.  Full story
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