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The relationship between Trump and the media has only gotten more tense. Will getting rid of Spicer or the daily briefing help the administration or hurt it?
Slavery in Libya. The torture of gay men in Chechnya. Chemical weapons attacks in Syria. These atrocities and more are being brought into the public eye through governmental and nongovernmental media; but perhaps no medium is as as important as peace journalism. Mainstream media
When people think of nonprofits, many people often think of organizations devoted to curing a disease or saving the environment. However, news organizations like the Nevada Independent and ProPublica are trying to “save” journalism by going completely digital and changing their structure to a nonprofit
“Obamacare 2.0 Guts Enforcement, Gives Illegal Aliens Health Care Through Identity Fraud.” This was one of the many headlines criticizing the recently proposed healthcare plan on the infamous news site Breitbart. In light of the new plan, the admittedly alt-right news platform has seemingly turned
House Resolution 464, the Cameras in the Courtroom Act, is the most recent effort to bring cameras into the Supreme Court. Recently, the legislation moved to the Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property, and the Internet where it is likely to die. However, the idea of
Unamerican. Spy. Traitor. Edward Snowden’s name brings these words to mind for many Americans. The former NSA contractor has become a household name for his role as a global surveillance whistleblower, and reintroduced many Americans to the concept of whistleblowing. While many dispute the legitimacy
Amidst the chaos of campaign speeches, senate confirmations and inaugural balls, most Americans just want to be heard in a world where many feel their voices don’t matter. Well, we’re in luck. Media has a solution to get people in touch with their government: a
In the bitter cold of North Dakota, protesters facing rubber bullets, tear gas and vicious dogs continue to cry out, “water is life!” News coverage of the protestors’ struggles has been thorough and even catalyzed policy change. However, for the people of Flint, Michigan, whose