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Views Preview: The Search For Truth About Jamal Khashoggi

Oct 16, 2018

Details are slowly starting to emerge about what might have happened to journalist Jamal Khashoggi inside the Saudi embassy in Istanbul. How aggressively is the Trump administration really pressing for answers? And, how are news organizations changing their approach to working in Saudi Arabia.

Hatice Cengiz, New York Times: “My fiancé Jamal Khashoggi was a lonely patriot

David E. Sanger, New York Times: “Khashoggi disappearance may disrupt Trump administration’s plans to squeeze Iran

BBC: “Jamal Khashoggi: Pressure grows on Saudis as US envoy meets king

Ishaan Tharoor, Washington Post: “Trump joins Saudi Arabia’s Khashoggi coverup

Tulay Karadeniz & Roberta Rampton, Reuters: “Trump sends Pompeo to Riyadh over Khashoggi, Saudis may blame official

Shane Harris, Souad Mekhennet, John Hudson & Anne Gearan, Washington Post: “Turks tell U.S. officials they have audio and video recordings that support conclusion Khashoggi was killed

The Guardian, “Saudi shares tumble after journalist’s disappearance

Jason Schwartz, POLITICO: “’I know nothing’: Trump’s stance toward missing Saudi journalist sparks concern

60 Minutes, CBS: “Trump vows ‘severe punishment’ if Saudi Arabia is behind missing journalist

Will Sommer, Daily Beast: “Trump Jr. boasts smear tying missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi to Islamic terrorism

Matt Gertz, Media Matters for America: “Jamal Khashoggi and the bloody bill for Trump’s anti-press rhetoric

Hadas Gold, CNN: “Most media sponsors pull out of Saudi conference after journalist disappears

Dylan Byers, NBC: “Media companies pulling out of Saudi conference after Khashoggi’s disappearance

Erik Wemple, Washington Post: “Why are U.S. media companies partnering with a Saudi conference?

Imani Moise & Saeed Azhar, Reuters: “Media companies, executives drop out of Saudi event over missing journalist

Hadas Gold, CNN: “New York Times shuts down $11,995 Saudi Arabia tours

Eileen Sullivan and David D. Kirkpatrick, New York Times: “Trump says ‘Rogue killers’ may be involved in Saudi journalist case

Kim Masters, Tatiana Siegel, The Hollywood Reporter: “Endeavor pulling out of $400 million Saudi Arabia deal

Jim Rutenberg, New York Times: “Reality breaks up a Saudi Prince Charming’s media narrative

Nicholas Kristof, New York Times: “If a prince murders a journalist, that’s not a hiccup

Fred Hiatt, Washington Post: “Will you work for a murderer? That’s the question a host of ex-generals, diplomats and spies may soon face.

Sulome Anderson, Columbia Journalism Review: “Khashoggi case shows importance of ethical reporting on hostages

Trump’s ‘media tour’

Erik Wemple, Washington Post: “’The president is a fan;” How Lesley Stahl’s ’60 Minutes’ interview came together

Tom Kludt, CNN: “Should USA Today have published Trump’s op-ed?

Brian Stelter, CNN: “Trump sits down for his first ’60 Minutes’ interview as POTUS

Brian Steinberg, Variety: “Trump era puts new spotlight on cable news’ daytime roster

Jason Schwartz & Gabby Orr: “Trump, no longer ratings gold, loses his prime-time spot on Fox News

Erik Wemple, Washington Post: “Fox News is tiring of Trump reruns

Warren’s DNA Test

Jim Geraghty, National Review: “Will Elizabeth Warren’s ‘woman of color’ sham come back to haunt her?

Isaac Chotiner, Slate: “’This was an own goal. This was ridiculous.

Amber Phillips, Washington Post: “The Elizabeth Warren Native American ancestry debate, explained

Simon Moya-Smith, CNN: “I am a Native American. I have some questions for Elizabeth Warren

Carl Zimmer, New York Times: “Elizabeth Warren has a Native American ancestor. Does that make her Native American?”

Mahita Gajanan, Time: “Cherokee Nation calls Elizabeth Warren’s DNA test ‘inappropriate and wrong’

Facebook purges political spammers

Elizabeth Dwoskin & Tony Romm, Washington Post: “Facebook purged over 800 U.S. accounts and pages for pushing political spam

Joseph Menn, Reuters: “Exclusive: Facebook to ban misinformation on voting in upcoming elections

Run up to the midterms

Margaret Sullivan, Washington Post: “Nate Silver will make one firm prediction about the midterms. Most journalists won’t want to hear it.

Growing news deserts

Tom Stites, Poynter: “About 1,300 U.S. communities have totally lost news coverage, UNC news desert study finds

Lyz Lenz, Columbia Journalism Review: “Iowa: Rural broadband, and the unknown costs of the digital divide

Rick Edmonds, Poynter: “Report for America is ready to kick growth into a higher gear