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To the editor: The purpose of the new ordinance passed by the Los Angeles City Council restricting the size of gun magazines to no more than 10 rounds is to reduce the firepower of gun users. ("L.A. City Council bans large-capacity ammunition magazines," July 28)
The 2015 PrecisionAg Magazine Awards of Excellence were presented this week at the InfoAg Conference by Paul Schrimpf, Executive Editor. First up on stage was Dave Scheiderer, founder, Integrated Ag Services. He has been named the Crop Adviser/Entrepreneur Award Winner. Show More Summary
Harry J. Kazianis Job Posting, Do you have what it takes? Read on! The National Interest, a print and online magazine focusing on international affairs, foreign policy, national security, domestic politics and more is searching for an individual to join our online editorial team. Show More Summary
Stephen Saban, the man seen in the above video touring NYC’s “dead clubs,” is a well-loved figure from the city’s nightclub scene in the 80s. Saban was a founding editor of Details magazine, with a popular column that chronicled the era’s most famous parties. Show More Summary
According to The New York Times, Will Dana, the managing editor who oversaw Rolling Stone’s trumped up UVA gang rape story, is leaving the magazine.
This week, a reboot of National Lampoon’s Vacation hit theaters, but without the National Lampoon name attached. Of course, the comedy namesake’s former magazine editor P.J. O’Rourke seems perfectly fine with that, saying in a guestShow More Summary
Good morning. Will Dana joined the magazine in 1996 As the late, great Peggy Lee sang, "Is that all there is?" Finally, an editor at the magazine departs after the totally bungled tale of alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia. Show More Summary
The editor who was leading Rolling Stone in November when the magazine published a since-discredited article detailing an alleged fraternity gang rape at the University of Virginia is stepping down. The announcement of his departure came the same day as the latest in a string of defamation lawsuits...
Rolling Stone's managing editor, Will Dana, is saying goodbye to the iconic magazine. His last day is August 7, according to the New York Times. Dana's departure, after 19 years with Rolling Stone, comes at a time when the magazine is reeling from a botched exposè about an alleged rape on the campus of the University of Virginia. Show More Summary
Will Dana is leaving the magazine after 19 years. read more
Managing Editor Will Dana has announced he will step down from his post at Rolling Stone four months after the magazine retracted a disputed story about a gang rape at the University of Virginia. His last day is set for August 7, according...Show More Summary
NEW YORK -- Will Dana, the managing editor of Rolling Stone, is leaving the publication in August, four months after the magazine retracted a bogus story about a gang rape at the University of Virginia, a spokeswoman confirmed. Dana,...Show More Summary
Will Dana, the managing editor of Rolling Stone, will leave the magazine, just months after a controversial article about a supposed gang rape at the University of Virginia was retracted. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
Will Dana (pictured), who has been with the magazine for 19 years, will be leaving Aug. 7 and does not have another job lined up.
Four months ago, an independent review concluded that Rolling Stone's article about an alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia was "a journalistic failure that was avoidable." The magazine retracted the story and apologized, but publisher Jann Wenner said no one involved in the story's publication would be fired.... More »
The departure comes after the magazine retracted an article about a supposed rape at the University of Virginia.
Rolling Stone managing editor Will Dana is set to leave the magazine next week.
There's a new lip-plumping technique on the block—lip tattoos—and one Aussie reporter volunteered her smackers to test it. The results? Surprisingly effective. Cosmo Magazine's Online Editor Amelia enjoying her new full lips.. No injections necessary. Show More Summary
For its September issue, the fashion magazine released a behind-the-scenes film that puts viewers in the shoes of its editors