The Washington Post Co.
According to the AP: "In a staff memo Tuesday, Executive Editor Marcus Brauchli told workers that the paper needed to concentrate its "journalistic firepower" on its central mission of covering Washington, D.C."
This is surely the latest sign of the times for newspapers, when even flagship national publications feel the need to circle the wagons at home. Can newspapers be saved by doubling down on local news? Is there a future left for the Post and its competitors, such as The New York Times Co.