Newspaper reporters and editors around the country woke up Friday and activated phones or iPads, scanning news sites and social media. Its a daily ritual of searching for news they missed while they slept.
What likely stopped them cold, and maybe forced tears to form, was the New York Times photo of two Annapolis, Md., journalists standing alongside the bed of a pickup in a parking garage Thursday night. They were working on Fridays paper.
Their newsroom was a crime scene. But there was a paper to put out.
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