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How media shifted on COVID lab leak theory after months of dismissing it
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How media shifted on COVID lab leak theory after months of dismissing it
A hypothesis about the origins of COVID-19 has, in the space of a few weeks, gone from a seemingly debunked conspiracy theory to a plausible explanation in the eyes of some in the media.
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NPR Allows Its Reporters to Engage in Direct Activism
NPR Allows Its Reporters to Engage in Direct Activism
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The thin veil over National Public Radio’s commitment to objective journalism has been lifted.
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Dems Brace for Inflation Attacks During August Recess
Dems Brace for Inflation Attacks During August Recess
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Iowa Rep. Cindy Axne, one of the most vulnerable Democratic incumbents heading toward the 2022 midterm elections, spent an early July afternoon talking to constituents’ from the cool environs of an ice cream shop in her district when the discussion suddenly heated up.
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Gov. Noem Signs Executive Order Blocking Federal Critical Race Theory Grants
Gov. Noem Signs Executive Order Blocking Federal Critical Race Theory Grants
Gov. Kristi Noem signed an executive order Thursday that bars officials in the South Dakota Department of Education from applying for any federal grants in history or civics related to critical race theory (CRT) until after the 2022 South Dakota legislative session.
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Content Moderation Group Favored by Big Tech Expands Scope of Blacklisted Content
Content Moderation Group Favored by Big Tech Expands Scope of Blacklisted Content
A nonprofit organization that major U.S. tech companies rely on for content moderation is expanding the scope of content it will blacklist on social media platforms.
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