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10 Things that are Different in 2018-B

You’ve probably seen Rick and Morty. You know that multiple universes exist. In fact, you probably know about the existence of Earth B, the similar but entirely separate version of our Earth (Earth A). 715 more words


Hacking, Trolling, Espionage, and Moscow Ambitions: A Peek Inside the Russia Probe

Book review: Russian Roulette, by Michael Isikoff and David Corn

Political investigative journalists Michael Isikoff and David Corn (the former the chief investigative correspondent at Yahoo News and the latter the Washington bureau chief for Mother Jones) write a thoroughly researched, detail-driven, and rage-inducing account of relations between Trump family, campaign, and administration with Russia, as well as the impact of Russian cybercrime on the election outcome. 1,689 more words

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Small Newspaper, Big Punch

Asbury Park Press, a small newspaper known for big exposes, writes Matthew Kassel.

Its chief of news and investigations says every big project needs three components: A human element (for pathos), a new finding (preferably unearthed through public records requests) and a solution or two (for purposes of accountability).


A Case for a Suspect in One of LA's Most Notorious Unsolved Murders

Book review: Black Dahlia, Red Rose, by Piu Eatwell

More compelling still is the woman at the center of it all. The woman about whom there is so much speculation, but whom nobody really knows.

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Sharon Lerner to receive Izzy Award for outstanding achievement in independent media

ITHACA, NY – Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Izzy Award, the Park Center for Independent Media (PCIM) at Ithaca College has announced that this year’s award is being shared by four journalists who published path-breaking and in-depth reporting in 2017 that exposed political corruption, environmental hazards and militarism: investigative reporter Lee Fang of  311 more words


HarperCollins India presents 'Swear You Won't Tell?' by Vedashree Khambete-Sharma

presents a killer tale of wit and suspense

Swear You Won’t Tell?


Vedashree Khambete-Sharma

‘What a breeze … More please!’

Rohan Joshi, AIB 

‘Snarky and breezy, with enough corpses and nostalgia to… 378 more words


REVIEWED: Everything You Love Will Burn

Everything You Love Will Burn by Vegas Tenold (Nonfiction/Investigative Journalism, February 2018).

Originally from Norway, the author is an investigative journalist who graduated from Columbia University’s School of Journalism and has covered important stories all over the world. 427 more words