Director of Social Media and Engagement, Wall Street Journal
niemanlab.org — If I had only one short sentence to describe it, I'd say that journalism is factual reports of current events. At least, that's what I used to say, and I think it's what most people imagine journalism is.
news.yahoo.com — For the first time, a woman has been added to the FBI's Most Wanted Terrorist list: Joanne Chesimard. The FBI and the state of New Jersey are now offering $2 million for information leading to her capture. Chesimard was already wanted for several felonies, including bank robbery, when she was accused of killing New Jersey [...]
telegraph.co.uk — Ingrid Loyau-Kennett Mrs Loyau-Kennett was a passenger on a number 53 bus which was travelling past the scene, and jumped off to check the soldier's pulse. "Being a cub leader I have my first aid so when I saw this guy on the floor I thought it was an accident then I saw the guy was dead and I could not feel any pulse.
blogs.wsj.com — Here's some good news for the Council for Economic Education, a group that helps grade-school instructors teach economics: Millennials know how to save. While recent national surveys show U.S. students haven't stepped up their knowledge of economics since the 2007 financial crisis, the "Millennial" generation at least had a first-hand view of the perils of leverage.
allthingsd.com — After continued high-profile security issues over the past year, Twitter on Wednesday announced it will bring increased security features to users, a way to further verify a user's identity when logging in to his or her profile. "Every day, a growing number of people log in to Twitter.
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