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ABC News Asking Center for Public Integrity to Share Pulitzer Prize

ABC News is calling on the Center for Public Integrity to share their Pulitzer Prize for investigative journalism, awarded to CPI’s Chris Hamby, taking issue with CPI’s Pulitzer submission that depicts ABC News as a minor partner in a year-long coal-mining industry investigation instead of equal partners.


Polk Award winners put human faces on statistics

By Bill Kirtz

Update: On April 14, Eli Saslow, whose work is described below, won the Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Reporting.

Turning a topic into a story. 691 more words


BREAKING: Feinstein Attempting to Get Obama to Create EO to Ban Import of Semi Auto Rifles

The Daily Caller is reporting that anti-gun Senator Dianne Feinstein is circulating a letter on Capitol Hill. The letter allegedly asks the president to take steps to prevent the import of semi-auto rifles. 1,275 more words

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Senator Feinstein Pimps Semi-Automatic Rifle Import Ban Based on 45-Year-Old Law

The Daily Caller‘s Mike Piccione reports:  California Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein is circulating a letter on Capitol Hill calling once again for a ban on semi-automatic rifles and asking for President Barack Obama to keep his State of the Union promise to make 2014 a “year of action.” 703 more words

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Meet OSC's Leadership: Nick Schwellenbach, Communications Specialist

From OSC’s website:

Nick Schwellenbach joined the Office of Special Counsel in 2014. He was the director of investigations at the Project On Government Oversight from 2010 to 2012 and was an investigator from 2004 through 2008.

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Dictionary gives 'super PAC' a stamp of approval

The term “super PAC” has been blessed by Merriam-Webster.

The language mavens recently included super PAC (a noun, natch)  in its online dictionary, reports the Center for Public Integrity. 184 more words

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Fukushima + 3: Japan's nuclear future; its nuclear village; and its village lunatic

Nuclear power’s future in Japan continues to look bleak, despite the efforts of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s administration to restart reactors. Of the 48 remaining reactors in the country, … 871 more words