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Azi
Been called "A Disgrace" "Middle Eastern David Schwimmer" & "Mr Politico." U can call me a Knight-Wallace Fellow 2017-2018. RTs mean nothing. // 917-723-7962
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РоссиЯ 🇷🇺 24h
We were busy recently, . How can we help you?
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Glenn Kessler 3h
Flashback: Obama's debate zinger on Romney's '1980s' foreign policy (video)
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Nick Confessore 9h
Nicely clarifies how a big strain of Trumpian “nationalism” is white Americans’ panic over their future loss of political hegemony. The identity politics of the right.
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chris smith 3h
great work here—not just by 5 reporters, but by editors who followed up on important story when it could have easily disappeared in daily churn of news.
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Karen Tumulty 5h
Still getting used to my new role as a columnist. But am surprised at how many people think it is “liberal” to wonder why the commander-in-chief hasn’t suggested a response to attack on our electoral system by a foreign adversary.
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Kate Hinds 4h
It’s like Mystery Science Theater 3k, but with skiing and a cat instead of a robot. (I’m providing the commentary.)
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Nieman Lab 5h
How much news makes it into people’s Facebook feeds? Our experiment suggests not much
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Alec MacGillis 9h
This is huge problem for journalism. Nearly three-quarters of all the new Internet-based media jobs are located on either the Acela Corridor or West Coast.
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David Clinch 5h
+1. One of the reasons I chose to not live in NY and only be there when I need to be is so I don't get sucked into that myopia.
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David Sirota 9h
Things I’ve learned over the last month: 95% of all journalism jobs require applicants to move to New York or Washington, even though there’s something called the Internet, and even though a big problem in media today is Acela Corridor myopia.
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Rukmini Callimachi 8h
1. Four days ago I flew back from Niger, where I went to ask: How did four American soldiers lose their lives in an ambush in a remote & forgotten corner of the world? Working with the A-team of , here’s our answer
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Catherine Rampell 6h
interview with a former paid Russian troll
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Azi 11h
—> DN editorial: “The thing we once called unthinkable has happened nearly 300 times since Sandy Hook.”
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Olusesan Ayeni 11h
In a social media obsessed world, I am convinced that the greatest skill to possess right now is the ability to sift through information to determine truth, authenticity and accuracy
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Aviv Ovadya 12h
Replying to @jbenton
This is right—and I'm saying this as someone who creates metrics to track the impact of social media on news as my day job. Actually measuring the activity that matters requires measuring things that are very expensive to track, evaluate, and quantify.
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Ben Smith 11h
Facebook is refusing to back up a key claim
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Devlin Barrett 14h
crazy thought: maybe high school kids (of all political stripes) should always be the first interview on Sunday politics shows
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Jillian Jorgensen 12h
Ja Rule is coming to City Hall Tuesday. And as you know, he is always on time.
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O'Brien Murray 14h
You left out NYC Councilman!
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Nieman Lab 14h
Will news publishers now be directly liable for embedding tweets that contain images not created by that tweeter, after this recent New York federal court ruling?
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