- The Colorado Sun, one year after the ‘Denver rebellion’On a Thursday evening last month, journalists from The Colorado Sun gathered with hundreds of supporters in a downtown Denver brewery to bask in the glow of a full year in business.
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- ExxonMobil Is Still Bankrolling Climate Science DeniersExxonMobil says it believes “the risk of climate change is real,” and it is “committed to being part of the solution.” The largest investor-owned oil company in the world also says it supports a federal carbon tax and the Paris climate agreement.
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- Zuckerberg wants to eat his free-speech cake and have it tooFacebook’s relationship to speech is complicated. The giant social network routinely takes down hate speech provided it meets certain criteria (although critics say it misses a lot more), along with gratuitous nudity, and other content that breaches its “community standards.
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- Reporters Committee condemns video depicting violence against news mediaOn Oct. 13, the New York Times reported that an animated video depicting President Trump “shooting, stabbing and brutally assaulting members of the news media and his political opponents” was shown at a conference for the president’s supporters at the Trump National Doral Miami.
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- Minnesota shuts down oil, manufacturing groups' attempt to derail Xcel EV pilotMinnesota regulators on Monday stamped out a group of manufacturing and petroleum groups' attempt to reverse approval of Xcel Energy's $25 million electric vehicle pilot program.
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