All the good editing, fact-checking and plagiarism-detection software in the world is not going to change the fact that anyone is, under the right circumstances, capable of anything and that journalism is essentially built on trust.
It’s no longer enough for us to think about safety through the prism of physical security. We need to consider our colleagues’ mental well-being, too.
The bill would create a 13-member committee to study the state of local journalism and recommend to Congress actions to support the industry.
Plus, what the guidelines actually say, one-fourth of infected children show symptoms, a record number of open jobs, and more.