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Harvard Misinformation Expert Joan Donovan Forced to Leave by Kennedy School Dean, Sources Say | News | The Harvard Crimson
Harvard Kennedy School Dean Douglas W. Elmendorf is forcing out online misinformation expert Joan M. Donovan from her role at the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy and ending her research project, according to three HKS staff members with knowledge of the situation.
An alleged $500 million Ponzi scheme preyed on Mormons. It ended with FBI gunfire.
In Las Vegas, a lawyer with huge gambling debts is accused of a financial fraud that left hundreds of victims in its wake
Biden’s Handling of Secret Documents Complicates the Case Against Trump
The cases are markedly different in their particulars. But they are similar enough that as a practical matter, Democrats will have a hard time using the issue against former President Donald J. Trump.
How public policy can help save local news
<p>It’s understandable that the idea that government should help save local media makes many journalists’ skin crawl. How can reporters get support from one of the institutions we’re supposed to be holding accountable? In this case, journalists should rethink their concerns. Here’s why: The local news crisis is severe—and on a scale beyond the capacity […]</p>
GOP in Talks With Networks About Debates, and Even CNN Is Included
Conversations between R.N.C. officials and television executives signal that the contours of the Republican nominating contest are shaping up.
Let’s just say it: The Republicans are the problem.
Republicans have become more extreme than Democrats.
Republican Party Stumbles Through the Wilderness With No Clear Leaders
With no unified agenda or clear leadership, Republicans face the prospect that the anti-establishment fervor that has powered the party in recent years could now devour it.