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Danielle Ivory is a reporter for The New York Times. She previously was a reporter for Bloomberg News, the Huffington Post Investigative Fund and a senior fellow at Bill Moyers Journal. She has also worked as a production assistant with Weekend Edition Sunday on National Public Radio, and as a reporter for The Nation, one of Thailand's national English-language newspapers. Ivory is a recipient of the 2014 Howard Scripps ...

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What was your first job as a journalist?

My first job (not at a student paper) was for The Nation, which is an English-language newspaper in Thailand. I was there for a summer.

Have you ever used a typewriter?

I took a mandatory typing class in 6th grade and we used typewriters. I think it was the last year that the middle school used typewriters.

Who's your favorite fictional journalist?

Henry Hackett from The Paper. That's one of my favorite movies of all time.

Flawed F-35 Too Big to Kill as Lockheed Hooks 45 States

bloomberg.com — The Pentagon envisioned the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter as an affordable, state-of-the-art stealth jet serving three military branches and U.S. allies. Instead, the Lockheed Martin Corp. aircraft has been plagued by a costly redesign, bulkhead cracks, too much weight, and delays to essential software that have helped put it seven years behind schedule and 70 percent over its initial cost estimate.

This Is Your Life, Brought to You by Private Equity

Remember the ‘corporate raiders’? Now they’re who answers when you dial 911

kansascity.com — A Tennessee woman slipped into a coma and died after an ambulance company took so long to assemble a crew that one worker had time for a cigarette break. Paramedics in New York had to covertly swipe medical supplies from a hospital to restock their depleted ambulances after emergency runs.

Remember the ‘corporate raiders’? Now they’re who answers when you dial 911

bradenton.com — A Tennessee woman slipped into a coma and died after an ambulance company took so long to assemble a crew that one worker had time for a cigarette break. Paramedics in New York had to covertly swipe medical supplies from a hospital to restock their depleted ambulances after emergency runs.

Remember the ‘corporate raiders’? Now they’re who answers when you dial 911

kentucky.com — A Tennessee woman slipped into a coma and died after an ambulance company took so long to assemble a crew that one worker had time for a cigarette break. Paramedics in New York had to covertly swipe medical supplies from a hospital to restock their depleted ambulances after emergency runs.

Remember the ‘corporate raiders’? Now they’re who answers when you dial 911

ledger-enquirer.com — A Tennessee woman slipped into a coma and died after an ambulance company took so long to assemble a crew that one worker had time for a cigarette break. Paramedics in New York had to covertly swipe medical supplies from a hospital to restock their depleted ambulances after emergency runs.

Remember the ‘corporate raiders’? Now they’re who answers when you dial 911

kansas.com — A Tennessee woman slipped into a coma and died after an ambulance company took so long to assemble a crew that one worker had time for a cigarette break. Paramedics in New York had to covertly swipe medical supplies from a hospital to restock their depleted ambulances after emergency runs.

Remember the ‘corporate raiders’? Now they’re who answers when you dial 911

sanluisobispo.com — A Tennessee woman slipped into a coma and died after an ambulance company took so long to assemble a crew that one worker had time for a cigarette break. Paramedics in New York had to covertly swipe medical supplies from a hospital to restock their depleted ambulances after emergency runs.

Remember the ‘corporate raiders’? Now they’re who answers when you dial 911

newsobserver.com — A Tennessee woman slipped into a coma and died after an ambulance company took so long to assemble a crew that one worker had time for a cigarette break. Paramedics in New York had to covertly swipe medical supplies from a hospital to restock their depleted ambulances after emergency runs.
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Aug 24, 2016

RT @juliebosman: The lifesaving, essential, outrageously expensive EpiPen: the "perfect example of a health care nightmare."  http://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/24/upshot/the-epipen-a-case-study-in-health-care-system-dysfunction.html 

Aug 24, 2016

RT @cjchivers: "an extraordinary & dangerous failure of American arms-trafficking & public accountability"  http://nyti.ms/2bhK1vQ  https://…

Aug 24, 2016

RT @kronayne: Not to be lost detail: AP requested Clinton's calendars 3 yrs ago & had to sue to get them. Still don't have all. https://t.c…

Aug 24, 2016

RT @bykowicz: Appears to be confirmation that Trump's reason for not releasing taxes due to IRS audit is not the only reason.  https://twitter.com/WSJPolitics/status/768454061922353152 


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