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Rebecca Ratcliffe, The Guardian: “US journalist Danny Fenster released from prison in Myanmar

Richard C. Paddock, New York Times: “U.S. journalist Danny Fenster is freed from Myanmar Prison

Grant Peck and David Rising, Associated Press: “US journalist jailed in Myanmar for nearly 6 months is freed

Tommy Walker, Voice of America: “Myanmar frees US journalist detained since May

Pope Francis thanks journalists

Reuters: “Pope thanks journalists for helping expose Church sex scandals

Crispian Balmer, The Canberra Times: “Pope thanks reporters for exposing abuse

Covering COP26

Lauren Harris, Columbia Journalism Review: “After COP26, localizing the climate crisis

Staff, The New York Times: “6 takeaways from the U.N. climate conference.

Chris Tomlinson, Houston Chronicle: “Tomlinson: Fighting climate change requires changing Texas beef and oil culture

Chris Tomlinson, Houston Chronicle: “Tomlinson: Glasgow climate summit to decide whether we pay now or later for crisis

Paul Takahashi, Houston Chronicle: “More than 250 countries, companies and cities pledged to end gasoline car sales. What this means for Houston.

Keith Matheny, Detroit Free-Press: “U-M Sustainability Clinic in Detroit to combat flooding, other climate change effects

Wire Reports, Arkansas Democrat Gazette: “U.N. chief: Climate talks fall short

Seth Borenstein & Frank Jordans, Associated Press: “UN chief says global warning goal on ‘life support’

KTUL-TV/Associated Press: “Climate talks struggle with gap between rich, poor nations

Karl Ritter, AP/KOCB-TV: “Explainer: Why quitting coal is so hard

WaPo correcting reporting on Steele Dossier

Paul Farhi, Washington Post: “The Washington Post corrects, removes parts of two stories regarding the Steele dossier

Isaac Schorr, National Review: “TheWashington Postissues corrections on Steele Dossier stories

Erik Wemple, Washington Post: “Opinion: Does CNN still stand by its reporting on the Steele dossier?

Caroline Vakil, The Hill: “Washington Post removes large portions of two stories on Steele dossier

Callie Patteson, New York Post: “WaPo walkback: Paper yanks chunks of stories based on discredited Steele dossier

Sara Fischer, Axios: “The media’s epic fail

Rosalind S. Helderman & Tom Hamburger, Washington Post: “Sergei Millian: High-level access to Trump or unwitting bystander?

Rosalind S. Helderman & Tom Hamburger, Washington Post: “Belarus-born businessman sought proximity to Trump’s world in 2016

Illinois requires media literacy

Teresa Albano, The Progressive Magazine: “Illinois becomes the first state to require media literacy classes for high school students

Monica Eng, Axios: “What Illinois students will learn in media literacy class

Peter Medlin, NPR: “Illinois is the first state to have high schools teach media literacy

Andrew Hensel, Illinois Radio Network: “Illinois lawmaker calls school media requirement ‘anti-Trump’

Alexander Schmelter, Gateway Journalism Review: “With its work set to begin in less than two months, the Local Journalism Task Force in Illinois still recruiting members to fulfill its mandate

Taylor Swift’s swift move

Anne Steele, Wall Street Journal: “As Taylor Swift recorded her ‘Red’ album, Universal reworked contracts

Anna Nicolaou, Financial Times: “Taylor Swift’s battle to shake off the suits

Nardine Saad, Los Angeles Times: “The reviews are in: Taylor Swift’s fans are loving rerecorded ‘Red’ all over again

Chris Cooke, Complete Music Update: “As Taylor’s version of Red is released, FT reports on how Ithaca Holdings went about selling the rights in the original

Chris William, Variety: “Taylor Swift offers peek into her past with ‘All Too Well: The Short Film’

Dessi Gomez, The Wrap: “Taylor Swift-directed short firm ‘All Too Well’ has Dylan O’Brien seeing red