Keith Burris oversees the newsroom and opinion page.
Keith Burris was at the center of the firing of cartoonist Rob Rogers and penned the "Reason as Racism" editorial.
The union has a contractual right to its bulletin boards.
Post-Gazette employees said the Saturday incident included classist insults and threats of firings.
The Post-Gazette’s publisher ‘went berserk in the newsroom.’ Now the union wants him barred from the office.
Some PG employees concerned for their safety are working from home.
The newspaper won't publish this letter, which says the work of Rob Rogers' replacement "display[s] a contempt for women and an obvious deep-seated prejudice against them."
The Post-Gazette’s publisher says he voted for Trump and calls criticism of PG’s rightward shift “a lot of bunkum”
"I’m not going to pretend that I didn’t vote for Donald Trump," J.R. Block says. "I did. In fact, so did much of Pennsylvania."
“It’s been exhausting, it really has. Taxing but also energizing.”
"I felt a showdown coming," Rogers said.
... "who is there to hold the Post-Gazette accountable? We, the people. That’s who."
“It doesn’t take much to connect the dots between the absence of Rob’s left-leaning cartoons and the recent arrival of a Trump-supporting editorial page editor.”
“The byline strike was but one mobilization effort in our arsenal. We are prepared to use others."
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette publisher refuses to print in-house criticism of ‘Reason as racism’ editorial
The list of critics grows: Newsroom employees, former journalists, two foundations — and the publisher’s own family and friends.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s publisher objected to using ‘shithole’ in a story about Trump’s ‘vulgar language’
NPR media correspondent David Folkenflik called a @PittsburghPG tweet about the request an act of "real time transparency and apparent frustration."
The 12-step "guide" drew fire to the editorial board of what will soon be the city's only printed daily paper.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's publisher and editor-in-chief met with Donald Trump on Wednesday, a week after Tribune-Review editors and reporters sat down with Donald Jr.