Wiretap: Papers get Pulitzer, Snowden gets exile
The Pulitzer committee made it clear where the journalism world stands on the Snowden leaks by awarding the big prize to the Washington Post and the Guardian for their coverage of the NSA story. Amy Davidson of the New Yorker said it was the easiest call the committee could have possibly faced. Not everyone agreed, of course. But, as Davidson notes, it was because the stories were difficult to handle that the Pulitzers were so deserved.
Conservative Wall Street Journal columnist Bret Stephens endorses Rand Paul for president – because, he says, what the Republicans need is a humiliating landslide defeat.
The Kansas City shooter was a veteran of the violent white supremacy movement. Why was he never stopped? Via the New York Times.
After four slowish years, health care costs are speeding up again. Is that a bad thing — and when will we know for sure? Via Vox.
The Boulder Weekly asks what’s next for Colorado’s many Digital First newspapers — all of them possibly up for sale – starting with the Denver Post and taking you to papers all across the Front Range.
How would you do on the new SAT? Here are some just-released sample questions, so you can see for yourself. Via the Washington Post.
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