OHIO — President Obama came back to the Buckeye State Monday for his 12th visit this year just as his administration announced it was filing a complaint with the World Trade Organization against China for subsidizing the auto parts that the country exports. The Cleveland Plain Dealer’s Stephen Koff, courtesy of “senior administration officials,” on
Crowdsourced radiation measurements, a user-friendly organizing tool for community data, and a less confusing display of census information were among the projects that won up to $575,000 on Thursday in the second round of the Knight News Challenge, focused on data innovation. The competition, sponsored by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, sought
If you’ve followed the financial press or have seen Ron Paul talk in the last few years, you’ve heard all about the supposed runaway inflation we’re about to experience any day now because of all the money the Fed is printing. We’ve had four years of warnings and yet inflation has remained extremely low because
Realtalk me on how to expand the kinds of things you write about. For example, I write about race and gender often, but sometimes (a lot of times) I want to write about other things. But at the same time, I feel obligated to tackle race and gender, because often it feels like I’m the
The New York Times Public Editor Margaret Sullivan got her wish: The New York Times has a clear policy on quote approval. The paper will no longer allow sources to edit quotes after an interview. Quote approval “puts… Read more Powered by WPeMatico Share this: Tweet this!