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How To Write Objectively On A Controversial Topic

Journalism is writing objectively. You need significant and primary data to write articles.

A controversial topic is somewhat unsafe to write or the writer might turn out to be scandalous, or be charged with libel. 404 more words

Bigfoot of Ashe County: AIMS Under Attack!

The S3/Ep07 of Mountain Monsters was a strange business indeed, getting into the Cherokee Devil, a kind of Bigfoot with alleged mind-control abilities.  Like a Jedi Master of  467 more words


CNN Enjoys Ratings Highs With Pot Program Premieres

CNN’s unveiling of Weed 3: The Marijuana Revolution, and the new CNN Original Series High Profits each debuted as the No. 1 program in cable news in its timeslot last night, both in the news demo and also, not surprisingly, among 18-34 year olds, based on fast national data from Nielsen. 220 more words


Player's Season Review - Angel Di Maria.

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Welcome to the first edition of Player’s Season Reviews where we look at a new signings influence on their team looking at the stats and results as well as their affection levels from fans. 348 more words


Hot 'Hamilton' Star To Madonna: No Selfie For Madame Rudeness

Every Broadway actor (not to mention theatergoer) endures the modern-day scourge of mobile phones that go off in the middle of a solo and the distraction of Tinkerbell lights as people in the audience simply must check email and text during the performance. 485 more words

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Another kind of Ask.fm ?

Here’s another social media site I’d like to talk about. A few months ago I found out my friend were using this app (it’s in the iOS and Android), and they seem to be having a lot of fun with it. 472 more words


Rumor Mill - Aaron Cresswell -> Chelsea.

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Today the daily express announced that Aaron Cresswell is rumored to be joining Chelsea for a fee of roughly £20 Millions replacement for Filipe Luiz who is Athletico Madrid bound once more after leaving the club for £16 Million last summer. 281 more words