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Cheers and Jeers: Thursday

Cheers and Jeers for Thursday, May 23, 2019 Note: Just a quick heads-up that C&J will not appear in the pages of this online supermarket coupon clipper Monday, so that we may commemorate the Memorial Day holiday and also incur our first self-inflicted Jarts wounds of the summer of aught …

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Pelosi: Trump's cover-up 'could be an impeachable offense'

Campaign Action House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is walking a tightrope on impeachment, and Donald Trump’s threat Wednesday to kill progress on every initiative so long as Democrats are investigating him certainly didn’t help matters. But Trump’s promise to obstruct governance itself could soon be Pelosi’s ace in the hole.  Hours …

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Open thread for night owls. Covering the climate crisis the way E.R. Murrow did the start of WW II

“Covering Climate Now” has debuted. It’s a project co-sponsored by the Columbia Journalism Review and The Nation to which other media and journalists are being invited. The objective is simple: Bring together journalists and news venues to improve—“dramatically improve,” according to The Nation—coverage of the climate crisis and solutions to it. Here are some details …

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