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News, Sucka Free City Sham Marriages: An Immigration Attorney's Tricks of the Trade

Sham Marriages: An Immigration Attorney's Tricks of the Trade

When Randall Caudle was an immigration lawyer in the latter half of the 1990s, "people's faces would glaze over" when he told them what he did. But things in his field, as anybody who has seen a newspaper or watched…
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News, Sucka Free City Bay Area News Group asks staff to devise a 'NewPaper'

Bay Area News Group asks staff to devise a 'NewPaper'

Leave it to the cost-cutters at MediaNews to try to sell their East Bay readerships a newspaper makeover that will improve the quality of journalism with fewer journalists. Last week, local management sent its employees — well, those who survived…
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SF Weekly Letters

BANGing on the Union Getting ANGsty in the Contra Costa Times newsroom?: Regarding John Geluardi's feature "One Big BANG" : I wonder what the union would have to say about the three or four years at the Alameda News…
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News, Feature Paper Chase

Paper Chase

Most days the Contra Costa Times newsroom in Walnut Creek hums with activity. Deadline-driven reporters pore over documents, phone sources, and tap out stories. Editors monitor a relentless flow of written information for fairness and accuracy, and copy editors review…
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Unspun

Knight-Ridder Adds to Its Bay Necklace On March 23, the Knight-Ridder-owned Contra Costa Newspapers Inc. unveiled The Sunday Times, the first new mass-circulation newspaper to hit the Bay Area since Knight-Ridder scion Anthony Ridder remade the San Jose Mercury News…
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