3 WVa reporters who condemned interview of ex-coal CEO fired


              FILE - In this Thursday, Aug. 4, 2011 photo, W.Va. Delegate Doug Skaff, D-Kanawha, is seen in chambers in Charleston, W.Va. Three reporters from a Pulitzer Prize-winning newspaper in West Virginia have been fired after publicly criticizing a now-removed video interview posted on their parent company's website with a former coal executive who was convicted of a safety violation in connection with the worst U.S. mine disaster in decades.   (Chris Dorst/Charleston Gazette-Mail via AP)
            
              FILE - Former coal executive Don Blankenship waits outside the West Virginia Capitol on Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2018, after the Capitol was evacuated due to a fire alarm in Charleston, W.Va. Three reporters from a Pulitzer Prize-winning newspaper in West Virginia have been fired after publicly criticizing a now-removed video interview posted on their parent company's website with a former coal executive who was convicted of a safety violation in connection with the worst U.S. mine disaster in decades.    (AP Photo/John Raby, File)