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08/15/2018 What price loyalty? How cast-aside aides retain Trump's ear

What price loyalty? How cast-aside aides retain Trump's earWhat's the difference between Omarosa Manigault Newman and Corey Lewandowski? Loyalty to the boss – Donald Trump – who hired and fired you.


08/15/2018 In Brazil's poorest state, flood of Venezuelans tests limits of compassion

In Brazil's poorest state, flood of Venezuelans tests limits of compassionIt’s an increasingly common sight in Roraima, Brazil’s poorest and smallest state, which is situated in the Amazon and shares a border with Venezuela. As humanitarian, economic, and political crises have intensified across their country, tens of thousands of Venezuelans have crossed into Brazil seeking medical attention, food, and opportunity. “Things in Venezuela have changed,” says Jesús Quispe, a former member of Venezuela’s armed forces, as he lines up for the bare-bones breakfast.


08/15/2018 Monitor grapples with gender balance in sourcing

Monitor grapples with gender balance in sourcingJournalism is built on sources. Reporters count on experts and ordinary citizens to bring nuance and humanity to news events. The sources that reporters select shape the tone and direction of a story.


08/15/2018 One city’s crime fighting quandary: where exactly to invest?

One city’s crime fighting quandary: where exactly to invest?Lonnie McClain was playing video games inside his house on Chicago’s West Side one afternoon this May, when two white police officers came up on his porch. Chicago has been in the national spotlight in recent years for its high-profile police shootings of black residents, including Laquan, as well as its struggles with gun violence.


World News
08/15/2018 What price loyalty? How cast-aside aides retain Trump's ear

What price loyalty? How cast-aside aides retain Trump's earWhat's the difference between Omarosa Manigault Newman and Corey Lewandowski? Loyalty to the boss – Donald Trump – who hired and fired you.


08/15/2018 In Brazil's poorest state, flood of Venezuelans tests limits of compassion

In Brazil's poorest state, flood of Venezuelans tests limits of compassionIt’s an increasingly common sight in Roraima, Brazil’s poorest and smallest state, which is situated in the Amazon and shares a border with Venezuela. As humanitarian, economic, and political crises have intensified across their country, tens of thousands of Venezuelans have crossed into Brazil seeking medical attention, food, and opportunity. “Things in Venezuela have changed,” says Jesús Quispe, a former member of Venezuela’s armed forces, as he lines up for the bare-bones breakfast.


08/15/2018 Monitor grapples with gender balance in sourcing

Monitor grapples with gender balance in sourcingJournalism is built on sources. Reporters count on experts and ordinary citizens to bring nuance and humanity to news events. The sources that reporters select shape the tone and direction of a story.


08/15/2018 One city’s crime fighting quandary: where exactly to invest?

One city’s crime fighting quandary: where exactly to invest?Lonnie McClain was playing video games inside his house on Chicago’s West Side one afternoon this May, when two white police officers came up on his porch. Chicago has been in the national spotlight in recent years for its high-profile police shootings of black residents, including Laquan, as well as its struggles with gun violence.