Evening Report for November 26, 2014

* Nasty times: “You can’t visit any sort of a website without getting into a fight” these days. (thestranger.com) | More sites are killing comments. (observer.com)error
* The first New York Times correction to include an illustration? (washingtonpost.com)
* NPR staffers are told to avoid calling Michael Brown a “teenager.” (npr.org)
* New York Times newsroom layoffs are likely. (nypost.com)
* A Ferguson bump for Fox News and CNN. (mediabistro.com)
* Vermont alt-weekly Seven Days hires journalists once employed by the local Gannett paper. (sevendaysvt.com)
* A judge is criticized for telling the Connecticut Law Tribune not to publish a story. (courant.com) | (ctlawtribune.com)
* Albany Times Union investigative reporter James Odato‘s leave is believed to be related to NXIVM litigation. (capitalnewyork.com)
* The “bad, sad” news at Tampa Bay Times and Tampa Tribune. (bizjournals.com)
* Jobs: KTOO in Juneau is looking for a news director. Temple seeks a visiting prof. (Romenesko Jobs)
* Wall Street Journal reporter Jon Hilsenrath: I met my wife covering Marion Barry‘s crack possession trial. (wsj.com)