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Stuart A. Thompson / New York Times:
Analysis: “Democrats cheating” and similar ideas have been raised 5K+ times on radio shows in 2022; radio remains the most influential medium for conservatives
Erik Crouch / Committee to Protect Journalists:
The CPJ says the US should ensure accountability in Shireen Abu Akleh's killing, after the US said a probe found no reason to believe her death was intentional
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Bloomberg News' investigations team adds five members, including four from BuzzFeed News: Anthony Cormier, Jason Leopold, Kendall Taggart, and Alex Campbell
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