Veteran columnist: McNair case will force University of Maryland officials’ departures

COLLEGE PARK, Maryland — USA Today sports columnist Christine Brennan believes University of Maryland head coach DJ Durkin, athletic director Damon Evans and president Wallace Loh will be fired for mishandling an abusive culture that resulted in Jordan McNair’s death…

The Undefeated staff: Let athletes be political, because they’re people, too

COLLEGE PARK, Maryland – The rise of the 24-hour, instant news cycle has given sports figures, like other celebrities, unprecedented power to comment on current events. Now more than ever, people are looking to athletes to weigh in on the…

BELGIUM MEMORIAL: Brussels bombings result in tributes at embassy

People come together in solidarity at the Embassy of Belgium in the nation’s capital following Tuesday’s explosions in Brussels.

METRO CLOSED: Fire brings unprecedented shutdown of entire subway system

Metro makes an unprecedented move by closing its doors for 29 hours.

Former Colleagues Remember A Fallen Journalism Giant

Several former Washington Post staff members, now on the faculty of the Philip Merrill College of Journalism, recall former Executive Editor Ben Bradlee who helped with making their careers a success.

Newseum ‘Anchorman’ Exhibit Could Spark Interest in Art of News Anchoring

The hottest news anchor going is Ron Burgundy – Will Ferrell’s legendary newsman from the film “Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy.”

Journalism Colleges Should Emulate Teaching Hospitals, Study Says

Media companies, struggling in a time of economic uncertainty, are increasingly relying on students to plug information gaps for the public, according to a new report released Friday at Journalism Interactive.