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Subject: The media's Russia probe meltdown: 3 screw-ups in one week
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From: Ubiquitous <weberm@polaris.net>
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Subject: The medias Russia probe meltdown: 3 screw-ups in one week
Date: Mon, 11 Dec 2017 21:05:01 -0400
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Summary: https://www.axios.com/the-medias-russia-probe-meltdown-3-screw-ups-in-one-week-2515978886.html
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The media is having a rough week when it comes to reporting on the 
federal government's multiple ongoing Russia investigations. Three 
stories in the past seven days have crumbled under greater scrutiny.

Why it matters: In today's hyperpolarized world, "fake news" has 
become a refrain to describe stories that observers on both sides of 
the spectrum decide that they don't like. These reporting issues by 
esteemed media organizations give credence to that ignorance, which 
further damages the value of insightful, impactful reporting