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WATCH: Local Newsrooms Across the Country are Closing. Here’s Why that Matters

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Across the country, local newspapers are printing fewer pages, less frequently — and sometimes collapsing entirely. Recent studies paint a grim picture of the decline in local newspapers and the impact it has on American politics. Jeffrey Brown reports and talks to Chuck Plunkett, formerly of the Denver Post, and the GroundTruth Project’s Charles Sennott… Read More

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WATCH: From Marijuana Legalization to Minimum Wage, How State Laws are Changing in 2020

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Now that 2020 has arrived, scores of new laws are going into effect across the country. From legalization of marijuana and criminal justice reform to raising minimum wage and the cost of electric cars, state legislatures are having a major impact on the nation’s laws. The Hill’s Reid Wilson joins Lisa Desjardins to discuss specific… Read More

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2020 Hindsight: The Ohio Valley’s Decade in Data

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The year: 2009. A Senator from Illinois named Barack Obama has just made history upon taking the presidential oath of office. The national economy is at a low point in the Great Recession. And the Pittsburgh Steelers are the first NFL team to win six Super Bowls. Ten years later, as 2019 gives way to… Read More

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Powerful writing can empower your success, says award-winning author Carla Bass


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For 30 years, retired Air Force Colonel Carla Bass worked with officers, ambassadors, and congressional delegations, drafting executive letters, talking points, personnel appraisals and nominations. Along the way she perfected her writing methodologies, composed a handbook, and taught thousands of Air Force personnel how to write powerfully. In this episode, Carla shares tips from the… Read More