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Five new story angles for Labor Day

Leading up to Labor Day, chances are we’ll see lots of coverage of barbecues, back to school and blowout sales. But don’t forget that Labor Day is about those who

5 Tips For Covering Campaign Finance

The Reynolds Center held a workshop last week at the Native American Journalists Association conference in Washington, D.C., on covering the money in politics. The session was taught by Eliza

Politics And Money: The Syrian Refugee Crisis

The United Nations reported some startling numbers on Thursday. More than four million people have fled Syria since its 2011 civil war began, the largest exit of refugees of any

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Five Tips for Covering Politics

In the exciting world of politics, money runs everything. Reporting on political finances can be tricky, so here are our top five tips for reporting on politics: 1. Use social media.

Politics And Money: Cuba’s Business Opportunities

U.S. President Barack Obama and Cuba President Raul Castro made it official on Wednesday. They announced plans to re-establish diplomatic relations, 54 years after sanctions were imposed by the U.S.

Same-sex marriage and benefits

Last week’s historic Supreme Court ruling allowing gay marriage in all 50 states should have a significant impact on the wedding economy. The $51-billion industry could see a $2.6 billion

Same-sex marriage is legal

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 on Friday that same-sex marriage is legal in all 50 states. The court also said that same-sex marriages in the 36 states where they

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