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She helped found and later served as executive director of Capitolbeat, which provided training and support to statehouse editors and reporters.
During a break in the trial, Romney told reporters he had no idea how close he’d been to harm’s way — nor that Goodman was the officer who had helped him.
Still, Cassidy — facing censure threats from his own party in Louisiana — told reporters that his vote Tuesday only means he is keeping an open mind.
She has also worked as a reporter for the Chicago Tribune, the Morning Call in Allentown, Pennsylvania, the Pittsburgh Press and other newspapers.
Weeks later in August, a reporter with the Daily Caller made inquiries regarding Weaver, which Madrid discussed in internal communications.
The Times is trying to convince its reporters, many of whom had gotten used to live-tweeting analysis and nuggets of information, that they should be sharing those same things using the Times’ formats on its sites instead.
The conversation that we’re having today, right now, is a world away from the conversations I was having with reporters in 2014, when Transparent came out.
At least 54 of the 245 contracts reporters reviewed allow cops to sell back their unused sick days each year in a way that would allow the typical officer to collect more than $15,000 over a 20-year career.
HOW THE POLICE BANK MILLIONS THROUGH THEIR UNION CONTRACTSBY ANDREW FORD, ASBURY PARK PRESS, AND AGNES CHANG, JEFF KAO AND AGNEL PHILIP, PROPUBLICAFEBRUARY 8, 2021PROPUBLICA
Dobbs and Pirro are both members of the network’s opinion division, where they get more latitude to express their personal views than the network’s reporters and anchors.
As talking heads who range from internet-culture reporters to social-media marketing moguls explain, an entire gray-market industry has grown up around would-be influencers who have the money to fake it until they make it.

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