A judge on Wednesday postponed the second phase of the trial for Capital Gazette shooter Jarrod Ramos at his defense's request, according to a spokesperson for the Maryland Judiciary.
Jarrod Ramos, the man accused of killing five employees at the Capital Gazette newspaper last year, pleaded guilty on Monday, days before his trial was to begin, a Maryland Judiciary spokeswoman told CNN.
One year ago Friday, a gunman stormed the Capital Gazette newspaper's office in Annapolis, Maryland and killed five employees. Six others escaped the building. Two of them were injured.
More journalists were killed, abused and subjected to violence in 2018 than in any other year on record, with those in the profession facing an "unprecedented level of hostility," a new report has found.
This week's mail bombs have spurred another reexamination of security practices at CNN and other major newsrooms.
The idea of being buried next to a friend likely never crosses the mind of most Americans.
Following the death of Sen. John McCain on Saturday, politicians and supporters across the country were left remembering the legacy of a strong political figure who withstood a Washington career that spanned four decades, two failed presidential bids and a life-changing military career that included being held captive as a prisoner of war for more than five years.
A chilling letter from the alleged killer of five people at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis said he went to the newspaper with the "objective of killing every person present."
Five people were killed in a shooting inside the newsroom at the Capital Gazette, one of America's oldest newspapers, in Annapolis, Maryland.
Rob Hiaasen walked into the newsroom of the Capital Gazette newspaper convinced that his community had the right to know the news. He had a unique way of telling stories and enjoyed mentoring young reporters.
The owner of the Capital Gazette has set up a fundraiser for the victims of Thursday's newsroom shooting, and a GoFundMe charity page for victims has raised more than $150,000.
The surviving staff members of the Capital Gazette gathered on Friday to figure out what to do now.
President Donald Trump said a shooting in Annapolis, Maryland, on Thursday "shocked the conscience of our nation and filled our hearts with grief."
Reporters and editors at the Capital Gazette quickly turned their heads around when the glass doors leading to the newsroom suddenly shattered. Within minutes, it "was like a war zone."
When the news first broke that there was a shooting at the Capital Gazette newspapers in Annapolis, Maryland, many reporters' thoughts immediately turned to their own newsrooms: Are we next?
In July 2011, an article in a Maryland newspaper titled "Jarrod wants to be your friend" told of how a man had befriended a former female high school classmate on Facebook and began a "yearlong nightmare" of harassing her over the Internet.
Five people were killed Thursday and two were injured in a "targeted attack" on the Capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland, authorities said.
These are the five victims of the shooting June 28, 2018 at the Capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland.
Thursday's attack at the Capital Gazette newspaper is the deadliest day for journalism in America since 9/11.
President Donald Trump heralded more than 1,000 newly-commissioned US Navy and Marine Corps officers on Friday for becoming "leaders in the most powerful and righteous force on the planet" as he delivered the commencement address at the US Naval Academy.
President Donald Trump announced Friday he will deliver a commencement speech at the United States Naval Academy next month.