Washington Post's sad decline raises tricky questions in US

One of the greatest US papers is a shadow of its former self. Now, more and more critics – including even internet guru Clay Shirky – think it needs to change tack.

The Washington Post is, perhaps, the best known newspaper in the world. Take two young reporters, one battling editor – and one president of the United States, toppling into oblivion… Yes, the Post has a resounding, historic name: but, baby, look at it now. Full Story »

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