Staff Writer, New York Times
salon.com — In the wee hours of the morning of January 27, 2013, a Wikipedia editor named "Qworty" made a series of 14 separate edits to the Wikipedia page for the late writer Barry Hannah, a well-regarded Southern novelist with a taste for the Gothic and absurd. Qworty cut paragraphs that included quotes from Hannah's work.
thelede.blogs.nytimes.com — Two Metro-North trains collided after a derailment near Bridgeport, Conn., on Friday, injuring at least 60 people, five of them critically, according to Governor Dannel P. Malloy. Commuters on the trains, and local reporters, began posting images from the scene almost as soon as the collision occurred.
thestar.com — Minutes after Mayor Rob Ford arrived at a contentious community council meeting in Etobicoke on Tuesday evening, he bolted out of his seat, sprinted up an aisle, and left the building - to wander around the parking lot putting "Rob Ford Mayor" magnets on the doors of cars.
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