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Jeff Gerth / Columbia Journalism Review:
Interviews with reporters, editors, and Donald Trump on how Russiagate coverage led to Pulitzer Prizes and retractions, shaped Trump's press relations, and more
Tom Scocca / Popula:
The New York Times' coverage of trans kids points to a newspaper crusade, focusing resources on a tiny segment of medical care compared to other teen procedures
Lesley Goldberg / The Hollywood Reporter:
Sources: Showtime pulled short-lived shows from its streaming service, like Kidding and American Gigolo, and is expected to let rights holders shop their series
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