Views Preview: Times Story Revisits Aftermath of 2015 Mizzou Protests
The New York Times reports on the dramatic decline in enrollment at Mizzou in the wake of student protests. A current student leader cries foul while right-wing media gleefully share the story. Is there enough context?
Anemona Hartocollis, The New York Times: "Long After Protests, Students Shun the University of Missouri"
Nathan Willett, Columbia Missourian: "Guest Commentary: National article mischaracterizes state of MU after 2015 protests"
Dave Urbanski, The Blaze: "U of Missouri's 35 percent drop in freshman enrollment blamed on backlash over student protests"
Local columnist loses tussle with sheriff
Bill Clark, Columbia Daily Tribune: "Ol' Clark has run-in with the law"
Sheriff Dwayne Carey, Boone County Sheriff's Department: "The law has a run-in with Ol' Clark"
Bill Clark, Columbia Daily Tribune: "Clark's response: I made 'a lousy call'"
Charles Westmoreland, Columbia Daily Tribune: "Tribune editor responds to Bill Clark column"
Phony leak, accusations of blackmail: another week on the Trump 'fake news' front
Erik Wemple, The Washington Post: "Rachel Maddow warns media about forged document on Trump-Russia: 'Heads up, everybody'"
Glenn Greenwald, The Intercept: "Rachel Maddow's Exclusive "Scoop" About a Fake NSA Document Raises Several Key Questions"
Jim Stinson, LifeZette: "CNN Tailspin: Network Bungles Response to Blackmail Firestorm"
Bree McEwan, The Conversation: "CNN-Reddit saga exposes tension between the internet, anonymity and power"
Eli Lake, Bloomberg: "Julian Assange Joins Trump's War on CNN"
Brian Steinberg, Variety: "A Year After Ailes' Ouster, Fox News Soldiers on Amid Tumult and Stays No. 1"
Collective bargaining with Google and Facebook?
David Pierson, Los Angeles Times: "Newspapers want to team up against the 'inexorable threat' from Google and Facebook. Will the government let them?"
Jim Rutenberg, The New York Times: "Newspapers to Seek Bargaining Rights Against Google and Facebook"
New documentary says old photo shows Amelia Earhart captured by Japanese
History: "Amelia Earhart: The Lost Evidence"
Cleve R. Wootson, Jr., The Washington Post: "Researchers think they know where Amelia Earhart died -- days after a photo suggested she lived"
Clive Irving, The Daily Beast: "Amelia Earhart Captured and Killed? New Evidence Debunks History Channel's Crazy Theory"