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In a survey of 12,043 U.S. adults conducted by the Pew Research Center in 2019, it was revealed that Republicans had more than twice as much distrust when compared to Democrats in a sample of 30 news sources. As trust in the media has hit historic lows in the past four years, political polarization has been increasing. Graphic by Blanche Harris

Waging an inevitable war (Part 2)

Avani Kashyap, Daily News/Assignment Editor February 26, 2021

Editor’s note: This is part 2 in a series exploring today’s news media and the impact of distrust on its consumers. Read part 1 here. Deepening the divide As trust in the media continues to falter,...

According to the poll conducted by Gallup, six out of 10 Americans have either little or no trust at all in mass media. This distrust has grown throughout the last couple of decades due to recent political views and influences. Graphic by Josh Campbell

Waging an inevitable war (Part 1)

Avani Kashyap, Daily News/Assignment Editor February 2, 2021

Competition vs. accuracy Clickbait vs. quality Fake news vs. journalism Mutually exclusive or intertwined? Information is a double-edged sword. As the wielders, journalists pick their battles...

Bill and Barack

December 10, 2010

Chris Cummins Staff Writer Today, Bill Clinton held a press conference to throw his support behind President Obama's tax bill.  That sentence is about the most telling, and accuate summation of Mr....

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