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The first front cover of The Daily Examiner when it debuted on June 12, 1865.

Honoring our history

It's hard to believe The San Francisco Examiner is 150 years old.…

 

The first front cover of The Daily Examiner when it debuted on June 12

Honoring our history

It's hard to believe The San Francisco Examiner is 150 years old.…

 

The first front cover of The Daily Examiner when it debuted on June 12, 1865.

Honoring our history

It's hard to believe The San Francisco Examiner is 150 years old.…

 

Ivory Towers and Glass Houses

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Examiner Editorial: Federal newspaper bailouts would negate the industry

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Fault Lines: A violation of newspaper ethics

There is an unwritten rule in journalism — deeply held, and almost…