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Rikki Cheese

ABC 13 Las Vegas — Anchor and Reporter

Bio: KTNV Channel 13 Anchor/ Reporter. Akita lover and owner. Proud Las Vegas Local. Retweets/ Follows are not endorsements. Tweets are my own. @UNLV Alum.

Location: Las Vegas, Nevada

Beat: Metro Las Vegas

RT @ABC: All national parks free to the public this weekend: abcn.ws/1ixZFyv
Great Outdoors: Free Entrance to National Parks
November 11 for Veterans Day. So get out there and enjoy the great outdoors. Or in the words of Obama: “I encourage all Americans to visit their National Parks and be reminded of these unique blessings we

Theodore Kim

Washington Post — Mobile Editor

Bio: Mobile / Tablet Editor @washingtonpost | @AAJA | theekim1@gmail.com

Location: Washington, D.C.

Beats: Technology, Metro D.C.

Happy Easter. RT @ABC: All national parks free to the public this weekend: bit.ly/1lgakkO
Great Outdoors: Free Entrance to National Parks
November 11 for Veterans Day. So get out there and enjoy the great outdoors. Or in the words of Obama: “I encourage all Americans to visit their National Parks and be reminded of these unique blessings we

Steve Grzanich

CBS Chicago — Anchor and Reporter

Bio: Veteran journalist in Chicago. I tweet about breaking news, weather, sci-tech, space, animals, dogs and more.

Location: Chicago, IL USA

Beats: Science, Metro Chicago

Most Americans prefer to eat chocolate bunnies from ears down: on.mktw.net/1ldVlb7 (Shutterstock) pic.twitter.com/c7yso1CUYN @MarketWatch
Overwhelming majority of Americans prefer to eat chocolate bunnies from the ears down: survey
Easter trends study by the National Confectioners Association, Americans have no shortage of predilections when it comes to the purchase and consumption of their Easter candy. (Hat-tip to Al Lewis for

Stephen Clark

WXYZ Detroit — Anchor

Bio: WXYZ TV Detroit Interactive Anchor by night. Singer/songwriter later at night. I'll keep at the music until this TV thing works out. I have a Twitter machine.

Location: Detroit, MI

Beat: Metro Detroit

RT @ABC: All national parks free to the public this weekend: abcn.ws/1ixZFyv #backchannel
Great Outdoors: Free Entrance to National Parks
November 11 for Veterans Day. So get out there and enjoy the great outdoors. Or in the words of Obama: “I encourage all Americans to visit their National Parks and be reminded of these unique blessings we

Ed Crooks

Financial Times — US Industry and Energy Editor

Bio: US Industry and Energy Editor at the Financial Times, based in New York

Location: New York

Beats: Business and Finance, U.S., Metro New York, Energy

“Being an Arsenal supporter is even more predictable than having an MFA or a pair of horn-rimmed glasses.” nyti.ms/Pbo1T0 #AFC
Soccer, Particularly England’s Premier League, Growing in Popularity in New York Creative Circles
What, you didn’t catch Liverpool storm back against Manchester City last week? You missed Wayne Rooney’s 58-yard wonder goal against West Ham United? There was a time not long ago when Americans

John Wordock

Wall Street Journal, MarketWatch — Executive Editor, Wall Street Journal and MarketWatch Radio Networks

Bio: Executive editor for Wall Street Journal & MarketWatch Radio Networks; also try @WSJRadio @MWRadio @WSJThisMorning

Beat: Business and Finance

RT @MarketWatch: Survey says ... most Americans prefer to eat chocolate bunnies from ears down: on.mktw.net/1ldVlb7 (Shutterstock) http:…
Overwhelming majority of Americans prefer to eat chocolate bunnies from the ears down: survey
Easter trends study by the National Confectioners Association, Americans have no shortage of predilections when it comes to the purchase and consumption of their Easter candy. (Hat-tip to Al Lewis for

Jerome Solomon

Houston Chronicle — Sports Columnist

Bio: Columnist for the Houston Chronicle. Host of THE RUSH on ESPN 97.5, weekdays 12-2 p.m. If you think about it, I'm right.

Location: Houston, TX

Beats: Sports, Opinion and Editorial, Metro Houston

RT @goldengateblond: New survey shows 65% of Americans can't name a single Supreme Court justice and that's pathetic because DUH Judge Judy

Meredith Rodriguez

Chicago Tribune — Staff Writer

Bio: Chicago Tribune reporter. Worked @kcstar and in Shanghai. @pepperdine grad. 汉语学生. Third Culture Kid. Enjoying the journey. mmrodriguez@tribune.com 312-222-5978

Location: Chicago

Beat: Metro Chicago

RT @TribGeoff: Owner of briefly shut down River North restaurant claims racial bias. Report by Meredith Rodriguez @merjourn. http://t.co/wi…
Owner of briefly shut down River North restaurant claims racial bias
average price of $14 to $16 to attract exclusive clientele. Gilmore and Mangum, who said they attended Whitney Young High School on the West Side together, said they took pride in hiring African-Americans

Matt Rosoff

West Coast Editor

Bio: Editorial Director for CITEworld, an IDG Enterprise publication. Formerly of Business Insider, Directions on Microsoft, CNET.

Location: San Francisco

Beats: Business and Finance, Technology

This is so true. I sometimes can't believe how free and easy my childhood was when I see today's "parenting" theatlantic.com/features/archi…
The Overprotected Kid
of emergency-room visits related to playground equipment, including home equipment, in 1980 was 156,000, or one visit per 1,452 Americans. In 2012, it was 271,475, or one per 1,156 Americans. The

Geoff Brown

Chicago Tribune — Associate Managing Editor, Entertainment

Bio: Chicago Tribune's Associate Managing Editor for Entertainment

Location: Chicago, IL

Beats: Arts and Entertainment, Metro Chicago

Owner of briefly shut down River North restaurant claims racial bias. Report by Meredith Rodriguez @merjourn. bit.ly/1jRNpbH
Owner of briefly shut down River North restaurant claims racial bias
average price of $14 to $16 to attract exclusive clientele. Gilmore and Mangum, who said they attended Whitney Young High School on the West Side together, said they took pride in hiring African-Americans

Lawrence Lanahan

Freelance Journalist

Bio: Freelance radio/print journalist, creator of @linesbetweenus, spent 5 years with @WYPR881FM. Musician & songwriter stuff: @disink. RTs = I'll believe anything.

Location: Baltimore

Beat: Metro Baltimore

Baltimore City Paper
and the 1830s turns up 58 different references to the banjo—and 57 of those citations describe the instrument as being played by black Americans. Ross, one of the thre (read more) The Maryland General

David Martosko

Daily Mail — U.S. Political Editor

Bio: US Political Editor, The Daily Mail / MailOnline. Husband to an opera singer, father of daughters, cigar nut, nondrinker. The bacon is leather. Yes I skydived.

Location: Washington, DC

Beats: Politics, U.S., United Kingdom

RT @fran_chambers: Today's top talker: Obama admin indefinitely delays decision on the Keystone XL pipeline dailym.ai/1kK55qY
Obama administration indefinitely delays decision on the Keystone XL pipeline
passed the test of public opinion, yet it’s been blocked for more than 2,000 days.' Apparently radical activists carry more weight than Americans desperate to get back on the job.' The pipeline is

Laurent Belsie

Christian Science Monitor — Economics Editor

Bio: News and tweets from the @csmonitor Business desk about money matters great and small.

Location: Boston

Beat: Business and Finance

President Obama and House GOP offered dueling messages Weds on job training: ow.ly/vThLc via @MarkTrumbullCSM
Obama, Biden pitch job training: Do reforms go far enough? (+video)
Job training is an important component of getting Americans back to work and the economy humming again. President Obama and Republicans offered dueling messages Wednesday. Both President Obama and

Andy Ihnatko

Chicago Sun-Times — Technology Columnist

Bio: Chicago Sun-Times technology columnist and Internationally Beloved Industry Figure™.

Location: Sector ZZ9 Plural Z Alpha

Beats: Technology, Opinion and Editorial

"The Death of Captain Waskow." Written by Ernie Pyle, brilliant war columnist who died today in 1945. journalism.indiana.edu/resources/erni…
The Death of Captain Waskow
awkwardly from the other side, bobbing up and down as the mule walked. The Italian mule-skinners were afraid to walk beside dead men, so Americans had to lead the mules down that night. Even the Americans

Dan Nowicki

Arizona Republic — National Political Reporter

Bio: Dan Nowicki is The Arizona Republic's national political reporter. He blogs at http://t.co/QGrR68QC. Retweets don't imply support of the message or messenger.

Location: Phoenix, Ariz.

Beats: Politics, U.S.

Goldwater 1964 vet @RichardViguerie: Time to finish job "started more than 50 years ago" and complete GOP takeover. politi.co/1nuMaAa
We're Coming for You, John Boehner
Americans for Freedom was launched, and with it began the modern conservative movement we know today. Less than a year later, in August 1961, I became executive secretary of Young Americans for Freedom, and
I wrote about @RichardViguerie's post-Goldwater '64 direct-mail efforts on Sunday. He has own piece in @POLITICOMag: politi.co/1f4kNb7
We're Coming for You, John Boehner
Americans for Freedom was launched, and with it began the modern conservative movement we know today. Less than a year later, in August 1961, I became executive secretary of Young Americans for Freedom, and

Helen Tzarimas

Australian Broadcasting Corporation News — Senior Journalist and Presenter

Bio: Journalist who reads the news on ABC @702Sydney @RadioNational & ABC Local Radio across NSW. I tweet mostly news. I avoid #DadJokes. RTs are NOT endorsement

Location: Sydney, Australia

Beat: Australia

Life and death - Muck Rack
inequality.” Bloomberg News has an infographic on How Americans Die. Stephen Joyce there pointed out, “Americans die in smaller portions each year, but what kills us is changing.” Kurt Andersen with Public

Lolly Bowean

Chicago Tribune — Staff Writer

Bio: Writer. Chicago Tribune Reporter. News Enthusiast. Story Teller. Self-Appointed Community Helper. Live Music Lover. Listener.

Location: Chicago

Beat: Metro Chicago

Owner of briefly shut down River North restaurant claims racial bias chicagotribune.com/news/local/bre…
Owner of briefly shut down River North restaurant claims racial bias
average price of $14 to $16 to attract exclusive clientele. Gilmore and Mangum, who said they attended Whitney Young High School on the West Side together, said they took pride in hiring African-Americans

Brett LoGiurato

Business Insider — Political Reporter

Bio: I write stuff — mostly in italics. Political reporter @businessinsider. @DailyOrange and @DOsports grad. RT means retweet. blogiurato@businessinsider.com

Location: New York, N.Y.

Beats: Business and Finance, Politics

Obama signs Ted Cruz’s bill — yes, Ted Cruz’s bill — into law read.bi/1nggxwV
Obama Signs Ted Cruz's Iran Bill
aggression, the insult from Iran in nominating someone who held Americans hostage."

Olympia Meola

Richmond Times-Dispatch — Political Reporter

Bio: I cover politics for the Richmond Times-Dispatch. RTs are not endorsements. E-mail me at omeola@timesdispatch.com

Location: Richmond, VA

Beat: Politics

.@GovernorVA tweak could give thousands of felons convicted of drug crimes faster access to rights restoration system bit.ly/1gHHt1h
Change could benefit thousands convicted of drug crimes - Richmond Times-Dispatch: Virginia News
automatic restoration of rights process were pleased with McAuliffe’s announcement but continue to press for an overhaul. “African Americans are disproportionately impacted by the enforcement of Virginia's

Rick Reitzel

NBC4i Columbus — Digital Journalist

Bio: Digital Journalist NBC4 Columbus, Ohio

Location: columbus ohio

Beat: U.S. Regional

After Nevada ranch stand-off, emboldened militias ask: where next? news.yahoo.com/nevada-ranch-s… via @YahooNews
After Nevada ranch stand-off, emboldened militias ask: where next?
. Armed Americans using the threat of a gunfight to force federal officers to back down is virtually unparalleled in the modern era, militia experts said. But the BLM, which says it is now pursuing legal
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