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Craig Bailey 2h
If we don't ask the hard questions, who will??
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Kaylea Hutson-Miller 2h
Awesome moment in time. Listening to Scott Pelley at the Oklahoma Book Festival. Rain, who cares. Soaking up the moment. scottpelley
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Charwaine Sep 19
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Brendan Smith Sep 18
Great to meet today with and to discuss the need to support strong independent journalism.
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phil fernandez Sep 18
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Ned Flanders Sep 18
A free and independent press—the best hope for the future of this nation combatting enemiesin our midst.
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Christoph Trappe 20h
An LA-based documentary producer called me to ask me some questions about a murder case I covered and in which I even had a jailhouse exclusive interview. I feel bad that I don’t remember it top of my head.
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Jenifer Sep 18
I get very angry when I'm reminded that convicted murderers, sex offenders etc. can get all their charges overturned, or even go as far as being able to get a new identity.
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Deb Beacham 14h
One of the great heroes of our time. Jerry Mitchell, I can’t wait to read it!
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Paige Rigoni Sep 18
I'm glad this topic is being addressed in such a huge and mainstream way! Hopefully this will open up everyone's eyes and we can seriously make a difference!
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Sebastien 🇭🇹 Sep 17
Replying to @Dumb_It_Down
Saying this because some people swear that the media don't create, elevate, or mediate the "noise" themselves. Some can report the news as is while others can have a clear agenda. Just calling it as it is.
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Josée Marshall 16h
Amazing! Creating a great demand in tech's- new jobs and amazing opportunities! This is the perfect innovative path and it is on the right course towards a better future.
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Tadiwanashe Sep 17
Hong Kong's citizens have many freedoms that aren't seen in mainland China, so the idea of extradition becomes a serious threat when you factor in that it equals loss of rights. HKers around the world are rallying against this bill, we should too.
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Todd Dykes Sep 17
Finally have the time to write Cokie Roberts. I always valued the perspectives she shared regarding national and international news. To me, she will always be a giant of the broadcast journalism world.
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Jessica Applegate Sep 18
Internet is down, so we are going “old school” today. Break out the highlighters! Check out my little fact checkers - reading a famously fabricated story and deciding what is credible and what needs a second look.
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Jamendez09 Sep 18
This is why people should care about journalism.. the direct impact it had on the public.
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Michigan Attorney General Sep 17
Cokie Roberts was a shining example of what integrity, tenacity and trailblazing in journalism looks like. We're reminded today that and we remain grateful to journalists who continue to ensure the facts stay at the forefront of the stories they tell.
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p Sep 20
Thanks for doing precisely what and have refused to do and investigate the fiasco that is the KCAS, time the people of were served with decent investigative reporting
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Charwaine Sep 13
Every cloud has its own silver lining.
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Trudi Gilfillian 18h
Journalism going through a rough patch.
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