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Raphael Satter on brilliant spies, terrible spies, and “medium” spies

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Maryland journalists challenge ban on broadcasting criminal court procedures

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A Kenyan human rights worker and his journalist shadow

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Should The Daily Beast have exposed the man behind ‘drunk Pelosi’ video?

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Credder hopes to crowdsource away fake news

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‘Orphan counties,’ and a battle over what local news really means

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Former reporter creates ‘Rate my Professor’ for newsrooms

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Report reveals new details about DOJ’s seizing of AP phone records

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Pew Research CenterMay 23, 2019

Independent Russian journalists look for ways to succeed despite gov’t control

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