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Diet Coke Makes Move Toward Millennials With 4 New Flavors ›

Tue, 23 Jan 2018 10:24:02 +0000
NPR Sweeps White House News Photographers Association Multimedia Contest ›
NPR's Visuals Team, specifically the Video team, had a formidable showing at the White House News Photographers Association's "2018 Eyes of History: Multimedia Contest" over the weekend. According to the association's website, "The Eyes of History contests are held annually to select the best in visual journalism across still, video, and multimedia disciplines." The NPR Visuals team racked up a total of 12 awards across the nine categories. In the "News Story" category, NPR received first place for its video "What Democracy Looks Like: A Portrait of Inauguration Weekend, 2017." In the "Issue Reporting" category, NPR received the Award of Excellence for the video, "Can Gory Police Dog Arrests Survive The Age of Video?" NPR nearly swept the entire "Animation" category, winning first, third, and the award of excellence for " How Eclipses Changed History ," " The Golden Age of Germs ," and " For LSD, What A Long Strange Trip It's Been ," respectively. In the "One-Off" category, NPR
Tue, 23 Jan 2018 10:23:00 +0000
3 USA Gymnastics Board Members Resign, As Fallout From Abuse Scandal Continues ›
Three key board members at USA Gymnastics have resigned, the organization said Monday. The moves indicate continued tumult at the sport's governing body as the sentencing hearing continues for former team doctor Larry Nassar, who has admitted to the sexual assault of minors under his care. The resignations of chairman Paul Parilla, vice chairman Jay Binder and treasurer Bitsy Kelley were announced by USA Gymnastics, which said its board of directors would identify an interim chairperson until a permanent one is selected. "We support their decisions to resign at this time," USA Gymnastics President and CEO Kerry Perry said in a statement that thanked the three for their years of service to the organization. "We believe this step will allow us to more effectively move forward in implementing change within our organization." The positions are volunteer and unpaid, The Associated Press reports. Steve Penny, USA Gymnastics's former president and CEO, resigned last March . Perry took over in
Tue, 23 Jan 2018 10:22:45 +0000
New York Daily News Exec Investigated After Harassment Complaint ›
Updated at 9:15 p.m. ET A top editor at the New York Daily News has been accused of sexual harassment and is now under investigation by the paper's parent company after inquiries by NPR. Managing Editor Robert Moore has been accused of creating a sexualized atmosphere, pressuring women for attention and punishing those who objected. Tronc would not say whether he remains on the job or has been suspended or placed on leave. NPR called Tronc Monday to inquire about the status of a complaint against Moore that was filed in late December. Tronc confirmed its investigation was launched in response to NPR's inquiries. Two sources who have worked under Moore at the Daily News told NPR of the complaint. Three other journalists who have worked for him at the paper said they observed similar misconduct by Moore. Moore is the second Tronc newspaper executive put under investigation due to NPR's reporting in four days. Last week, Los Angeles Times publisher Ross Levinsohn went on leave after Tronc
Tue, 23 Jan 2018 10:22:11 +0000
Government Reopens For Business, But Immigration Fight Still Looms ›
The federal government is back open for business today, but the immigration fight that brought it to a three-day shutdown is far from over. On Monday, Congress passed a stopgap spending bill that funds the government through Feb. 8, with Democrats crossing over to back the measure in exchange for assurances that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., would bring an immigration bill to the floor. McConnell said he would pursue legislation to address the legal status of roughly 700,000 immigrants protected by the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which will expire in March, as well as border security and other issues. Congress will also need to agree on a long-term funding plan in that time, and finding a bipartisan solution on immigration in the 16 days until the next deadline is far from easy. To begin with, President Trump has been inconsistent on what kind of immigration bill he would sign, despite an insistence otherwise from White House press
Tue, 23 Jan 2018 10:21:41 +0000


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