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Florida’s Coronavirus Outbreak Complicates GOP Convention, Trump’s Reelection Bid
2020 Elections
Florida’s Coronavirus Outbreak Complicates GOP Convention, Trump’s Reelection Bid

MIAMI — When Vice President Mike Pence, the head of the White House coronavirus task force, returns to Florida Thursday, he’ll find a much different situation than when he last visited in late May. Florida at the time was reopening... Read More

Bolton Book Says Trump Sought Xi’s 2020 Help, Roiling Race Anew
Political News
Bolton Book Says Trump Sought Xi’s 2020 Help, Roiling Race Anew

WASHINGTON — Former national security adviser John Bolton writes in a new book that President Donald Trump asked Chinese leader Xi Jinping to help him win reelection by buying more U.S. farm products, according to an excerpt published by The... Read More

Trump Administration Seeks Restraining Order to Block Bolton Book
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Trump Administration Seeks Restraining Order to Block Bolton Book

WASHINGTON — Federal prosecutors are weighing whether to criminally charge John Bolton with disclosing classified information in his upcoming White House memoir, and the Justice Department late Wednesday ramped up its legal campaign by seeking a temporary restraining order to... Read More

Americans Say They Struggle to Get Information They Can Trust During Pandemic
Opinion Polls
Americans Say They Struggle to Get Information They Can Trust During Pandemic
2020-06-11 15:20:32
by Sara Wilkerson

Since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic in February, Americans have struggled to find information they believe they can trust on the rate of infection, the death rate and what they should be doing to protect themselves, a new Gallup/Knight... Read More

Comcast Pledges $100 Million to Fight ‘Injustice and Inequality’
In The News
Comcast Pledges $100 Million to Fight ‘Injustice and Inequality’
2020-06-08 19:58:05
by Dan McCue

Comcast is allocating $100 million toward fighting injustice and inequality faced by African-Americans and other communities. The new initiative will encompass social-justice programs aimed at inequality against “any race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation or ability,” chairman/CEO Brian Roberts announced... Read More

New York Times Says Senator’s Op-Ed Didn’t Meet Standards
Media
New York Times Says Senator’s Op-Ed Didn’t Meet Standards

NEW YORK (AP) — In an embarrassing about-face, The New York Times said Thursday that an opinion piece it ran by U.S. Sen. Tom Cotton advocating the use of federal troops to quell nationwide protests about police mistreatment of black... Read More

CBS News, National Press Club Celebrate a Century of Radio Broadcasting
Media
CBS News, National Press Club Celebrate a Century of Radio Broadcasting
2020-06-01 20:22:23
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - Radio, it has been said, is both the most intimate of all media and part of the fabric of the American experience. Whether it was through "Make Believe Ballroom" or presenting harrowing tales from the front lines during... Read More

This Newspaper Has Never Forgotten the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre — and Its Fight Continues
Media
This Newspaper Has Never Forgotten the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre — and Its Fight Continues

TULSA, Okla. — Jim Goodwin ran his thumb over the screen of his iPhone, reading a rough draft of a newspaper editorial. In 300 words, the author recounted one of the worst acts of racial violence in American history and... Read More

National Press Club, SPJ Condemn Arrest of CNN Crew, Live, On Air in Minneapolis
In The News
National Press Club, SPJ Condemn Arrest of CNN Crew, Live, On Air in Minneapolis
2020-05-29 14:35:37
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - The National Press Club and the Society of Professional Journalists strongly condemned the early morning arrests on Friday of a CNN correspondent and his production team, as they were covering ongoing protests in Minneapolis, Minnesota, over the death... Read More

Biden Limits Media Access to Virtual Wall Street Fundraiser
Political News
Biden Limits Media Access to Virtual Wall Street Fundraiser

WASHINGTON — Joe Biden’s campaign limited media access to a fundraiser with Wall Street donors on Thursday night, the first time reporters were unable to join the video portion of a virtual fundraiser or hear the presumptive Democratic nominee answer... Read More

FCC Slaps Sinclair Broadcast Group With Record $48 Million Fine
Media
FCC Slaps Sinclair Broadcast Group With Record $48 Million Fine
2020-05-07 13:45:33
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - Sinclair Broadcast Group agreed on Wednesday to pay a record $48 million fine to the Federal Communications Commission to resolve allegations it failed to disclose the sponsor of paid content and misled the agency during its failed merger... Read More

Covering Congress Amid Coronavirus Means Masks, Hallway Contortions and Apologies for the Crying Baby
Media
Covering Congress Amid Coronavirus Means Masks, Hallway Contortions and Apologies for the Crying Baby

WASHINGTON — Phone interviews with lawmakers all start with the same disclaimer now: I apologize in advance for the screaming child. He’s fine, he’s supervised. We learned quickly when the Los Angeles Times closed its Washington bureau because of the... Read More

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