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  • Washington Journal Adam Harris Discusses the College Graduation Gap in Rural America
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    Adam Harris on the College Graduation Gap in Rural America

    Adam Harris talked about his Atlantic article, “The Education Deserts of Rural America,” on the college graduation gap between those living in rural and urban areas in the U.S. This program is part of a…

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    A Private War

    Marie Brenner talked about A Private War: Marie Colvin and Other Tales of Heroes, Scoundrels, and Renegades. In her book, Ms. Brenner chronicled the last days of war correspondent Marie…

  • The Weekly With Thomas Patterson
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    The Weekly With Thomas Patterson

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    Professor Thomas Patterson talked about the Mueller Report, how the media covers those involved, and what could happen next week when Robert Mueller testifies before Congress. This program…

  • Washington Journal Susan Milligan Discusses the Impact of Brain Drain on States
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    Susan Milligan on the Impact of "Brain Drain" on States

    Susan Milligan talked about her recent U.S. News and World Report article on the impact that “brain drain” has had on state economies, as well as the political polarization in those areas. This program…

  • Washington Journal John Stanton Discusses the Future of Local News
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    John Stanton on the Future of Local News

    John Stanton talked about Save Journalism Project’s efforts to preserve local news outlets over concerns that large technology companies were threatening their existence.

  • Washington Journal Naomi Schaefer Riley Discusses Efforts to Change Charitable Foundation Giving
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    Naomi Schaefer Riley on Efforts to Change Charitable Foundation Giving

    Washington Examiner contributor Naomi Schaefer Riley discussed her recent article looking at efforts to dictate how charitable foundations spend their money. This program is part of a “Washington…

  • emUnfreedom of the Pressem
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    Unfreedom of the Press

    TV and radio host Mark Levin talked about his book, Unfreedom of the Press, in which he argued that the press has lowered its standards in providing objective and trustworthy journalism.…

  • Printers Row Lit Fest
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    Dorothy Butler Gilliam, who in 1961 became the first Washington Post African-American reporter, talked about the hurdles she overcame during her career.

  • After Words with Jim Acosta
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    After Words with Jim Acosta

    Jim Acosta, CNN’s chief White House correspondent, talked about his book, The Enemy of the People: A Dangerous Time to Tell the Truth in America, in which he offered his first-hand account…

  • Washington Journal Gopal Ratnam Discusses Oversight  Regulation of Artificial Intelligence
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    Gopal Ratnam on Oversight and Regulation of Artificial Intelligence

    CQ Roll Call’s Gopal Ratnam discussed Congress' role in the oversight and regulation of artificial intelligence as the use of the technology increases. This program is part of a “Washington…

  • emTruth in Our Timesem
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    Truth in Our Times

    David McCraw talked about his book, Truth in Our Times: Inside the Fight for Press Freedom in the Age of Alternative Facts , in which he recounted his work as New York Times deputy general…

  • Washington Journal Peter Grier Discusses Challenges to American Democracy
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    Peter Grier on Challenges to American Democracy

    Christian Science Monitor Washington editor Peter Grier discussed the magazine’s “Democracy Under Strain” series looking at America’s political structure and the challenges it’s currently facing. This…

  • Freedom of Speech
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    Freedom of Speech

    The Washington Post held a discussion on freedom of expression and online speech. Among the participants were Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) and social justice advocate Michael Render, also known as…

  • Washington Journal Aviva Stahl Discusses Prisoner Treatment  Hunger Strikes
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    Aviva Stahl on Prisoner Treatment and Hunger Strikes

    Aviva Stahl talked about her special investigation piece for The Nation Magazine, “Gag Order,” which looks at the treatment of prisoners in a U.S. super maximum security prison in Colorado. This…

  • Health Care Mistakes and Costs
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    Health Care Mistakes and Costs

    New York University hosted a discussion on health care journalism and how to cover medical mistakes and costs. Speakers included Laura Beil, the creator of the podcast “Dr. Death,” and cancer surgeon…

  • Washington Journal Matt Ford Discusses 2020 Democrats and Future of the IRS
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    Matt Ford on 2020 Democrats and Future of the IRS

    The New Republic’s Matt Ford discussed his article “Make the IRS Great Again” and how Democrats can use this issue in the 2020 race for the White House. This program is part of a “Washington…

  • Scott Pelley Remarks at National Press Club Luncheon
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    Scott Pelley Remarks at National Press Club Luncheon

    Scott Pelley, CBS “60 Minutes” correspondent, discussed his memoir, Truth Worth Telling, at a National Press Club luncheon. He talked about some of his concerns around American journalism…

  • Washington Journal John Dale Grover Discusses Potential Conflict with Iran
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    John Dale Grover on Potential Conflict With Iran

    The National Interest’s John Dale Grover discussed growing tensions between the U.S. and Iran and the risk of a “miscalculation” between the two countries leading to a military conflict. This program…

  • emAmerica A Marketplace of Ideasem
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    America: A Marketplace of Ideas

    America: A Marketplace of Ideas was one of the second-prize high school east winners in C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam documentary contest. Anne Joseph and Ashley Browne, sophomores at the Winsor School in…

  • Hatice Cengiz Testifies on Dangers of Reporting on Human Rights
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    Human Rights and Journalism

    Hatice Cengiz, the fiancee of the late Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, testified on human rights reporting and the protection of journalists before a House Foreign Affairs subcommittee.…

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