My title, but nothing else, owes to Anthony Burgess.' I like the ambiguity of Burgess's words. They could be a play on what an anchor says when she brings the night's news of the world to a close ("and that's the end of.. ."), or they could be the name of a doomsday periodical, or a headline announcing the bankruptcy of a tabloid, or, at the extreme, a reference to the end of the world. For my purposes, however, they signify the end of an era.
Krier, James E. "The End of the World News (Symposium: Twenty-Five Years of Environmental Regulation)." Loy. L. A. L. Rev. 27, no. 3 (1994): 851-66.