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Views Preview: Viral Standoff Leads To Quick Judgment

Jan 22, 2019

Viral videos often make news, but what happens when they don’t tell the whole story? What can we learn from what happened on the National Mall this weekend between a high school student and Native American elder?

Michael E. Miller, Washington Post: “Viral standoff between a tribal elder and a high schooler is more complicated than it first seemed

Sarah Mervosh, New York Times: “Viral video shows boys in ‘Make America Great Again’ hats surrounding native elder

Donie O’Sullivan, CNN: “Twitter suspends account that helped ignite controversy over viral encounter

Michael Grothuas, Fast Company: “Twitter suspends the account that made the MAGA students vs. Native-American elder confrontation go viral

Joshua Gill, The Daily Caller: “Catholic leaders publicly condemned school boys at March for Life, but remain silent after videos proved their innocence

Elizabeth Dias, New York Times: “After viral video, families of Covington are swiftly circling to protect their boys

Julie Irwin Zimmerman, The Atlantic: “I failed the Covington Catholic test

Catholic Conference of Kentucky: “Statement on the actions of Covington Catholic High School students

Ian Bogost, The Atlantic: “Stop trusting viral videos

BuzzFeed stands behind Mueller report

Jason Leopold & Anthony Cormier, BuzzFeed: “President Trump directed his attorney Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about the Moscow Tower project

Morning Edition, NPR: “BuzzFeed News reporter details story about Trump, Michael Cohen and lying to Congress

Mark Mazzetti & Sharon LaFraniere, New York Times: “Mueller statement disputes report that Trump directed Cohen to lie

Devlin Barrett, Matt Zapotosky & Karoun Demirjian, Washington Post: “In a rare move, Mueller’s office denies BuzzFeed report that Trump told Cohen to lie about Moscow project

Paul Farhi, Washington Post: “BuzzFeed’s stumble is highest-profile misstep at a time when press is under greatest scrutiny

Matt Zapotosky & Devlin Barrett, Washington Post: “Inside the Mueller team’s decision to dispute BuzzFeed’s explosive story on Trump and Cohen

Michael M. Grynbaum, New York Times: “BuzzFeed faces new scrutiny after Mueller denies dramatic report

Brian Stelter, CNN: “BuzzFeed says it still remains confident in its story, one day after Mueller disputed it

Oliver Darcy, CNN: “Reporter with checkered past comes back with Trump Tower Moscow bombshells for BuzzFeed

Erik Wemple, Washington Post: “BuzzFeed and ‘if true’: The day when no one knew anything

Amy Russo, HuffPost: “’Everybody’s BS alarm should’ve been blinking red’ on BuzzFeed scoop: Michael Smerconish

Racial slurs on local news

Erin Heffernan, St. Louis Post-Dispatch: “St. Louis newscaster apologizes for inserting slur into Martin Luther King Jr.’s name on air

Karen Zraick, New York Times: “News anchor apologizes for using a racial slur for Martin Luther King Jr.’s surname

Mary Chao & Meaghan M. McDermott, Rochester Democrat & Chronicle: “Jeremy Kappell fired over Marting Luther King Jr. slur: Does intent really matter?

Justin Murphy, Rochester Democrat & Chronicle: “Jeremy Kappell fired: Slur meteorologist said has long history

Scott Jones, FTVLive: “Not again

Effort to #MuteRKelly

Ben Sisaro, New York Times: “R. Kelly dropped by RCA Records after documentary furor

Elizabeth A. Harris, New York Times: “R. Kelly’s manager surrenders on threat charge

Maya Salam, New York Times: “R. Kelly: Why so many ignored the warning signs

Megan Crepeau, Chicago Tribune: “Cook County prosecutors flooded with calls about R. Kelly, but charges could be struggle, experts say

Daryl Nelson, Atlanta Black Star: “R. Kelly reportedly went to hospital for panic attacks due to backlash from ‘Surviving R. Kelly

Kimberly Truong, The Cut: “Everything that’s happened since Surviving R. Kelly came out

Kabrea James, The Register-Herald: “Locals react to ‘Surviving R. Kelly’

Alex Young, Consequence of Sound: “Police received a tip that Kelly was holding two women against their will

Sara Boboltz, HuffPost: “Chicago radio station refuses to play R. Kelly after release of new documentary

Elizabeth A. Harris & Ben Sisario, New York Times: “Why it could be hard to #MuteRKelly

Nia Devaille & Rachel Hatzipanagos, Washington Post: “What ‘Surviving R. Kelly’ tells us about race and sexual abuse

Anastasia Tsioulcas & Colin Dwyer, NPR: “The allegations against R. Kelly: An abridged history

Too much with true crime?

Rebecca Keegan, Hollywood Reporter: “Inside a ‘Making a Murderer’ lawsuit and the hidden dangers of TV’s true-crime craze

The 10-Year Challenge

Jacey Fortin, New York Times: “Are ’10-Year-Challenge photos a boon to Facebook’s facial recognition technology?

Kate O’Neill, Wired: “Facebook’s ’10-year challenge’ is just a harmless meme – right?

Rebecca Jennings, Vox: “Why you’re seen the 10-year challenge everywhere