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Will a South Carolina political blogger go to jail to protect his sources?

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How two Oregonian reporters found ‘phony documents’ in the records of a sprawling state program

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At The Denver Post, it’s byline counts, union talks, and ‘a lot of anxiety’

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Once on the verge of leaving journalism, a Montana reporter launches a nonprofit news outlet

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Once on the verge of leaving journalism, a Montana reporter launches a nonprofit news outlet

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As staff shrinks, Denver Post cuts back on editorials

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