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Outrage culture threatening real journalism

The world of journalism is under direct assault by naysayers left and right these days. Matt Taibbi’s latest publication is doing the rounds among news outlets, arguing that social media outrage is actively endangering honest reporting. Also, why won’t the Trump administration fess up about exactly where $500 billion of Covid-19 bailout funds have gone?

RT correspondent Brigida Santos puts drug manufacturers in the spotlight, as over two dozen are accused of colluding to send prescription drug prices skyrocketing.

Legal journalist Mollye Barrows explains how airlines are quietly tweaking passenger agreements to make it more difficult or even impossible to sue them for any wrongdoing.

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