The Newtown school massacre has brought renewed attention and public support to the issue of gun control. Now Congress faces what could be the biggest battle in a generation.
Ed Fouhy is the former news director and vice president of CBS News. He also served as ABC News vice president and Washington bureau chief and as executive producer for prime time news magazine programs at NBC News.
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Newspapers don’t need any more bad news. Unfortunately, thanks to a small and obscure federal agency, they just got some. Ed Fouhy breaks down the latest blow in their struggle for survival and asks, whither Boston journalism?
As the income gap rises, Americans will have a new type of segregation to reckon with. Commentator Ed Fouhy looks at the damaging cultural effects of segregation based on income.
Next stop, SpaghettiO’s station? The cash-strapped MBTA is considering selling naming rights for 11 stations. Not so fast, says Ed Fouhy.