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Reliable Sources: Emily Kingsland

Author: Sarah Simpkin

In this new column we’ll be featuring interviews with local library, archives and museum staff and students. Our first interviewee is Emily Kingsland! 549 more words

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'Fearbola' spreads across television: two doctors weigh in

Are viewers and readers being well-served by news outlets’ coverage of the latest Ebola case in New York City? Dr. Alexander Van Tulleken and Dr. Arthur Caplan weigh in.

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Red News/Blue News: Blame the doctor?

Brian Stelter explains “the difference a number makes” amid a big divide in news coverage of the patient with Ebola in NYC.

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Making a comeback after a media-fueled scandal: Donna Rice Hughes' advice for Monica Lewinsky

With Monica Lewinsky returning to public life (through Vanity Fair, public speeches and a new Twitter account) to fight cyberbullying, Donna Rice Hughes speaks with Brian Stelter about life after a media scandal.

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Jay Carney on Obama's media habits and "governing by cable news"

President Obama maintains “a healthy distance” from cable news channels and other sources that emphasize “the political fight of the day,” former White House press secretary… 378 more words

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CNN's Sara Ganim on the ugly side of investigative reporting

CNN correspondent Sara Ganim, whose dogged reporting at the Patriot-News newspaper exposed the Jerry Sandusky scandal, speaks to Brian Stelter about the backlash to her work, and her advice to student journalists.

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Uncomfortable questions in newsrooms after "lone wolf" attacks

Uncomfortable questions are asked in newsrooms when crimes like Wednesday’s shooting in Ottawa, Canada take place: is the alleged criminal Muslim? Is the incident part of a terrorist plot? 22 more words

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