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Caitlin Flanagan on the harm caused by Rolling Stone

The single best analysis I’ve run across regarding the meltdown of Rolling Stone’s story about rape at the University of Virginia campus is by Caitlin Flanagan, the author of… 88 more words

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Infographic: Government-Backed Loans for Poorly Ranked Nursing Homes

I recently created an infographic illustrating the key points of a story on government-backed loans for poorly rated nursing homes written by journalist Jeff Kelly Lowenstein and published by the Center for Public Integrity. 89 more words

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Hate political ads? Skip morning shows

Hate political ads? Skip morning shows
Source: Center for Public Integrity

If you hate political advertisements, some advice: Give Matt Lauer, Robin Roberts and Charlie Rose the boot.

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Beware of Nursing Home Ratings: The Care You See May Not Be What Your Elderly Loved Ones Get

Edna Irvin in her bed at the Arkansas Health Center in Benton, Arkansas. Photo by Jon Lowenstein for NOOR Caption by the Center for Public Integrity. 1,063 more words

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Colorado 3rd Most Expensive Senate Race In U.S.

DENVER (CBS4)- The Senate race in Colorado between Democrat incumbent Mark Udall and Republican challenger Cory Gardner is the third most expensive Senate race in the country. 492 more words

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Nevada TV Spending Spirals Higher

LAS VEGAS (AP) — It’s not an illusion — Nevada viewers really are seeing thousands of ads for attorney general.

The latest figures released Thursday by the Center for Public Integrity show that commercials in the race between Democrat Ross Miller and Republican Adam Laxalt have aired about 7,300 times. 80 more words

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Spending on ballot initiatives hits $119 million

Spending on television commercials to influence ballot initiatives has hit $119 million, according to a new analysis by the Center for Public Integrity.

California is home to the most expensive ballot campaigns, the center’s reporting shows. 170 more words

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