Arizona Republic death threats: How the newspaper responded
Monday, 17 October 2016 () Arizona Republic death threats: After endorsing its first Democrat for president in 125 years, the Arizona Republic newspaper received death threats. On Monday, it responded to those threats.
When the Arizona Republic announced for the first time in its 126-year history that it was endorsing a Democrat, the paper and its personnel were bombarded with negative attacks and death threats. Lee Cowan reports on the backlash and how the paper responded.
The Arizona Republic's top executive is responding to violent threats the paper received after endorsing Democrat Hillary Clinton for president last month. CNNMoney - Front PageAlso reported by •NPR •bizjournals •Raw Story
Former Kansas City Star Publisher Mi-Ai Parrish is feeling a type of heat she never bargained for when she took the top post at The Arizona Republic. In a Sunday... bizjournals - BusinessAlso reported by •Raw Story