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The Kokomo (Indiana) Perspective closed. It was founded in 1989 and is owned by Brian Oaks.

Small newsrooms around the country, often more than 100 years old, often the only news source in those places, are closing under the weight of the coronavirus.

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Mail ballots usually take longer to count. This could lead to delays in declaring a winner in battleground states in the presidential race, possibly making “election night” more like “election week.”

In granting a posthumous citation to Ida B. Wells, the Pulitzer Prizes honors one of America’s earliest and most intrepid investigative reporters.

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Experts are urging media outlets to continually explain the realities of mail-in voting and maintain transparency about the vote count in order to head off conspiracy theories about the validity of the vote.

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McEnany has frequently met with reporters indoors, rarely wearing a mask. Several White House correspondents have now also tested positive.

“This is actually trying to control the collective memory of this country,” Nikole Hannah-Jones told CNN. “And trying to say we just want to purge uncomfortable truths from our collective memory. And that’s very dangerous.”

More than 500 journalists have died of the coronavirus in more than 57 countries. The list includes cameramen and writers, retirees and young parents. Many of them got sick while informing their communities about the pandemic.