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VA Media Shooting Leaves Journalists Feeling Vulnerable, in Need of Healing, Says UAB Psychologist

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Computer Security Tools for Journalists Lacking in a Post-Snowden World

Despite heightened awareness of surveillance tactics and privacy breaches, existing computer security tools aren't meeting the needs of journalists working with sensitive material, a new UW study finds.

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News Today Tips the Scales Tomorrow

What’s in the newspaper today can predict how skinny or fat a country’s population will be tomorrow, says new research published in BMC Public Health.

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​Sex and Violence May Not Really Sell Products

If there’s one thing advertisers think they know, it is that sex and violence sell. A new analysis, however, provides some of the best evidence to date that this widely accepted adage just isn’t true.

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Environment Journalists: Apply for Up to $5,000 Grant From the Society of Environmental Journalism

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SEJ members and non-members invited to apply for up to $5,000 grant to cover environmental coverage project; 2 awards annually, apply by July 15 and November 15

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Wake Forest Expert Says NBC Took Measured Approach to Brian Williams

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Indiana University Scientists Create Computational Algorithm for Fact-Checking

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Network scientists at Indiana University have developed a new computational method that can leverage any body of knowledge to aid in the complex human task of fact-checking.

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Trending Stories Report for 27 May 2015

Trending news releases with the most views in a single day. Topics include: genetics, cancer, nanotech, elderly care, marketing research, energy, children's health, and immunology.

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‘They Were My Age:’ Students Find Photos, Stories of Soldiers Killed in Vietnam

A team of University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee journalism students took on an unusual research project during the spring semester – helping find the missing photos and stories of Wisconsin soldiers killed in Vietnam.

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Blogging on the Ice: Connecting Audiences with Climate-Change Sciences

Climate change is a perennially controversial subject frequently splashed across mainstream headlines. However, what we see in the news is not always what the scientists at the front line of climate change experience. Some scientists have been trying to counteract these misconceptions via citizen journalism and directly connecting with the public through blogging rather than official media channels.