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Devlin Barrett / Washington Post:
Mueller's office disputes description of statements, documents, and testimony in a BuzzFeed story on Trump and Cohen; BuzzFeed says it's confident in its report
Andrew McCormick / Columbia Journalism Review:
Q&A with New York Magazine's EIC Adam Moss on why the magazine was well adapted to the rise of the internet, his leadership style, and making editing fun
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A year in, 50K stories have been filed and 90% of roles have been filled in BBC-funded local news initiative that assigns reporters to cover local government
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