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How to Plan a Break from Freelance Writing

Whether it’s a few weeks off for holiday travel or a month or more of parental

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Understand the Jargon, Don’t Just Repeat It

Covering any beat in journalism means dealing with jargon, which is more than a collection of

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Will the Secure Act Help Americans Save Enough for Retirement?

Late last year, The U.S. Senate handed Americans an early Christmas gift on December 19 by

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Crash Course Federal Reserve: Part Two

The Federal Reserve System, Part Two Tools and Relevance in Reporting This is part two of

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Covering Business in the Era of Mass Shootings

El Paso. Dayton, Ohio, Virginia Beach. Midland, Texas. Several mass shootings have made headlines this year.

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Different Definitions Can Change What You Think You’re Reporting

Definitions of terms may seem like a dull topic, but few other things have the capacity

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Two story ideas for covering unemployment

Unemployment rate is one of the major indicators of a country’s healthy economy. There is a

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Barlett & Steele Awards: A stellar track record

The Barlett & Steele Awards for Investigative Business Journalism since their 2007 inception have blazed a

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Reporter’s Brief: Attorney General’s Attempt to Weaken Facebook’s Encryption

In early October, Attorney General William Barr wrote an open letter to Facebook, urging the company

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Crash Course Federal Reserve: Part One

The Federal Reserve System, Part One History, Purpose and Structure The Federal Reserve System is a

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