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At the Monterey County Weekly, the alt-weekly I edited for about six years and where I still write a column, there's been a protocol in... [Read More]
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If a Newseum 2.0 ever rises from its glitzy ruins, a prominent place in its annals of lede-burying ought to go to this October 31,... [Read More]
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On an otherwise peaceful night in the National Hockey League, a fight broke out on Twitter. Fans of the Colorado Avalanche attacked Mike Chambers, hockey... [Read More]
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Over the course of two days, a spokesman for the Vermont State Police spearheaded a public critique of a local paper for what he termed... [Read More]
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A few months before the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, I began to seek out schools in America that planned... [Read More]
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On March 7, Carlos Ochoa, the former head of the Supercom, Ecuador's feared media regulator, left his office in disgrace, facing an investigation into his... [Read More]
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The Trump administration has made no secret of its animosity toward leaks and the journalists who publish them. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced last August... [Read More]
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New Yorker contributing writer Maria Konnikova has made the jump from amateur to full-time poker professional, complete with a sponsorship from the online poker site... [Read More]
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Photojournalists, beware: The US Department of Homeland Security has its eyes on you. The agency tweeted Monday: Know the signs! Did you know photography and... [Read More]
Translation by Deborah Rolph Resumen ejecutivo Este informe está destinado a ayudar tanto a los equipos de las agencias de noticias como los empresarios de... [Read More]
Here is a selection of emails and Facebook comments we've received in recent months. Please send correspondence to letters@cjr.org, along with your name, location, and any relevant affiliation.... [Read More]
The last time journalists inundated the government agency responsible for hiring private contractors to house immigrant families and children was 2014, during the Obama administration.... [Read More]
For some time now, Twitter has been accused of being too soft on trolls, spam, and fake accounts. But the service seems to be trying to make up for it... [Read More]
It was pure theater when President Donald Trump stood up last night and named Judge—slight pause for effect—Brett Kavanaugh as his second pick to serve... [Read More]
When President Trump last month caved to public pressure and signed an executive order ending the separation of families at the US–Mexico border, his about-face... [Read More]
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