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  • Can the press atone for its Mueller coverage this week?

    Former special counsel Robert Mueller's upcoming public testimony before Congress Wednesday not only provides a key opportunity to educate the public on his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, it also allows the Beltway press a chance at redemption. It gives news organizations an opportunity to go beyond the White House spin and the media’s soggy “both sides” coverage we've seen in recent months, where journalists allow Republicans to reinvent the content of Mueller's...

    www.dailykos.com
  • Christen Press responds to criticism over partnership with Barstool Sports

    USA star posted video to Barstool’s official Instagram accountBarstool has history of crude humour and sexist jokesUSA star Christen Press has responded to questions about her involvement with Barstool Sports, a website with a history of misogyny. Press linked up with Barstool during the US women’s team World Cup victory celebrations in New York City last week, posting videos of the parade to the website’s Instagram page. Columns in both the Guardian and Deadspin questioned the partnership...

    the Guardian
  • Associated Press joins propaganda push: ‘Trump is a racist’

    Yesterday, as the House of Representatives prepared to vote on a resolution censuring President Trump for alleged racism in a series of tweets that did not mention race, the Associated Press did its part to advance the propaganda campaign

    www.americanthinker.com
  • Press freedom group traveled to Saudi over jailed reporters

    Reporters Without Borders says it has taken an unprecedented mission to Saudi Arabia to advocate for the release of 30 jailed journalists in the aftermath of the killing of Saudi writer and critic Jamal Khashoggi

    ABC News