SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- The president of Sudan on Friday agreed to release a Chicago Tribune journalist who was jailed on charges of espionage, the Associated Press reported. President Omar al-Bashir decided to release the journalist, Paul Salopek, and two Chadians, after meeting with New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, the AP reported, citing a spokesman for Richardson. The Chicago Tribune is published by Tribune Co. (TRB) .
A Whole New Look at Macy's Introduced and Promoted in a Whole New Way Through Los Angeles Times. Will the readers buy the new format?
Few show at Calififornia Immigration rally on Saturday. The immigration rallies may have the opposite effect than intended, as American's welcome illegal immigrants to return to their home counties. Only two hundred show up for rally, and most in attendance were reporters or union rep's.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — America's long-haul space truck returned to duty Saturday as the shuttle Atlantis blasted into orbit with a 17-ton load of construction material for the International Space Station.
The Audit Bureau of Circulations — the agency that verifies the copies sold by newspapers and magazines — just announced a new effort to combine print and online audience numbers.