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    Reporter

    Investigative reporter Seymour Hersh talked about his life in journalism.

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  • Washington Journal David Hume Kennerly and Marvin Kalb Discuss the Role of the Media in 1968
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    David Hume Kennerly and Marvin Kalb on the Role of the Media in 1968

    Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer David Hume Kennerly and former CBS and NBC News reporter Marvin Kalb talked about the media’s role in 1968 as part of C-SPAN’s “1968: America in Turmoil”…

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  • Panelists Discuss History of Covering White House
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    Covering the White House

    White House reporters shared their experiences covering the presidency from Dwight Eisenhower to Donald Trump. Speakers included John Cochran, former chief Capitol Hill correspondent for ABC News…

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  • Washington Journal Lara Sorokanich Discusses School Safety
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    Lara Sorokanich on School Safety

    Popular Mechanics' Lara Sorokanich discussed her article, “Guide to Safer Schools” which looks at measures schools can take to help keep students safe in the upcoming year. This program is part of a…

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  • National Press Foundation Trade Workshop Reporters Perspectives
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    National Press Foundation Trade Workshop, Reporters Perspectives

    The National Press Foundation hosted a workshop for journalists on the history of international trade, the trade deficit, impact of tariffs and analyzing trade-related jobs data. This…

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  • Washington Journal Bob Roper Discusses Wildfire Season
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    Bob Roper on Wildfire Season

    Wildfire Magazine writer and former firefighter Bob Roper discussed the recent wildfires in the western United States. This program is part of a “Washington Journal” series highlighting…

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  • Washington Journal Ben Austen Discusses Community Policing Strategies
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    Ben Austen on Community Policing Strategies

    Ben Austen, a contributor for The New Republic, discussed his recent piece, "Good Cops: How to Reinvent Policing in America, on innovative approaches to community policing. This program is part of a…

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  • Photographing the Presidents
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    Photographing the Presidents

    Three former White House photographers talked about their work with former Presidents George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and Barack Obama. Sharon Farmer, Eric Draper, and Lawrence Jackson shared…

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  • Washington Journal Robert VerBruggen Discusses the Need to Redefine Disability
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    Robert VerBruggen on Redefining Disability

    Robert VerBruggen talked about his recent National Review article, “Redefining Disability,” on the need to redefine the disability program. This program is part of a “Washington Journal”…

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  • Washington Journal Angie Schmitt Discusses the Future of Driverless Cars
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    Angie Schmitt on Driverless Cars

    Angie Schmitt talked about her In These Times article on driverless cars and the ways they will affect society. This program is part of a “Washington Journal” series highlighting recent…

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    Supreme Court Landmark Case New York Times v. United States

    Floyd Abrams and Theodore Olon talked about the Supreme Court’s 1971 decision in New York Times v. United States. The case concerns the New York Times and Washington Post's successful challenge to the…

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  • Washington Journal Andrew Soergel Discusses the Construction Industry Future
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    Andrew Soergel on the Construction Industry

    U.S. News and World Report’s Andrew Soergel discussed the future of the U.S. construction industry and how it is being impacted by a worker shortage. This program is part of a “Washington…

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  • Washington Journal Ed Yong Discusses US Preparedness for a Plague
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    Ed Yong on U.S. Preparedness for a Plague

    Ed Yong, a science writer for The Atlantic, discussed whether the U.S. is ready for the next plague. This program is part of a “Washington Journal” series highlighting recent magazine…

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  • Columnist Charles Krauthammer Dies at 68
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    Q&A with Charles Krauthammer

    Charles Krauthammer was interviewed about his syndicated column in the Washington Post and the policies of President Bush in his second term. He also talked about his life and career,…

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  • Washington Journal Marvin Olasky Discusses the Fiscal State of Puerto Rico
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    Marvin Olasky on the Fiscal State of Puerto Rico

    Marvin Olasky talked about his WORLD Magazine article, "Island in Crisis, on Puerto Rico and the potential for a bailout of the unincorporated territory of the U.S. According to Mr. Olasky’s article, Puerto…

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  • Washington Journal Ted Johnson Discusses the ATTTime Warner Merger
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    Ted Johnson on the AT&T-Time Warner Merger

    Ted Johnson talked about his Variety Magazine article, “A Look at the Various Ways the AT&T-Time Warner Ruling Could Turn Out,” on the upcoming court decision on the AT&T-Time Warner merger, expected to be…

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  • Washington Journal Tom Chiarella Discusses Carrier One Year Later
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    Tom Chiarella on Carrier One Year Later

    Tom Chiarella talked about his Popular Mechanics article, “The Last Shift: What Really Happened To Those Carrier Jobs Trump Saved.” For the piece Mr. Chiarella investigated how the Carrier plant in Indianapolis…

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  • World War II Aerial Photographer Elmer Dixson
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    World War II Aerial Photographer Elmer Dixson

    Tyler, Texas, native Elmer Dixson was a U.S. Army Air Force photographer that captured images of bombing targets from high above. He captured pre and post-strike images of both Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Lou Thomas,…

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  • White House Reporter Sarah McClendon
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    White House Reporter Sarah McClendon

    Sarah McClendon was a pioneer journalist, starting her own news service and covering presidential politics as a White House correspondent for a half-century. She was a native of Tyler, Texas. Daye Collins…

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  • Washington Journal Michael Massing Discusses Media Coverage of America
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    Michael Massing on the Decline of Local News Coverage

    Michael Massing talked about his article in The American Prospect, "How Not to Cover America, on the decline of local news coverage and national news organizations' efforts to fill the void. This…

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