Alternate facts. A slip of the tongue? Or just one more symbol of the relationship between the reporters and the Trump administration?
Alexandra Jaffe, NBC News: “Kellyanne Conway: WH Spokesman gave ‘alternative facts’ on inauguration crowd”
Pam Key, Breitbart: “Conway to Chuck Todd: ‘We’re going to have to rethink our relationship here’”
Nicholas Fandos, New York Times: “White House pushes ‘alternative facts.’ Here are the real ones”
Margaret Sullivan, Washington Post: “The traditional way of reporting on a president is dead. And Trump’s press secretary killed it.”
Jim Rutenberg, New York Times: “’Alternative facts’ and the costs of Trump-branded reality”
Richard Gonzales, NPR: "NPR and the word 'liar': Intent is key"
Erik Wemple, Washington Post: “How CNN shielded its viewers from Sean Spicer’s falsehoods”
Aaron Blake, Washington Post: “Kellyanne Conway says Donald Trump’s team has ‘alternative facts.’ Which pretty much says it all”
Kelly McBride, Poynter: “Should you broadcast Sean Spicer’s press conference?”
Brian Stelter, CNN: “White House press secretary attacks media for accurately reporting inauguration crowds”
Tim Wallace, Karen Yourish & Troy Griggs, New York Times: “Trump’s inauguration vs. Obama’s: Comparing the crowds”
Matt Gertz, Media Matters for America: “The White House Press Secretary just declared war on reality and the press”
Kyle Cheney & Dan Diamond, POLITICO: “Sean Spicer just fudged the facts at least 4 times in 5 minutes”
John Eggerton, Broadcasting & Cable: “Trump administration says media lying about crowd size”
Philip Rucker, John Wagner & Greg Miller, Washington Post: “Trump, in CIA visit, attacks media for coverage of his inaugural crowds"
Lindsey Ellefson, Mediaite: “Spicer says Trump admin is creating ‘Skype seats’ program to allow journos outside DC more access”
Federal departments silenced
Sam Stein & Kate Sheppard, Huffington Post: “Federal workers told to halt external communication in first week under Trump”
Dino Grandoni, BuzzFeed: “USDA scientists have been put on lockdown under Trump”
Andrew Revkin & Jesse Eisinger, ProPublica: “Trump administration imposes freeze on EPA grants & contracts”
Mallory Shelbourne, The Hill: “Trump bans EPA employees from giving social media updates”
Tim Murphy, Mother Jones: “Badlands National Park’s viral tweets on climate change just disappeared”
ProPublica: "How to leak to ProPublica"
Journalists at protest marches
Maria Guara, California Magazine: “Non-marching orders: Newspaper bars employees from Women’s March”
Mark Mammott, NPR: “Watch? Yes. March? No. A reminder about rallies and demonstrations”
Christina Cauterucci, Slate: “News outlets are telling their employees to stay home from the Women’s March”
Kara Bloomgarden-Smoke, WWD: “Women’s March on Washington raises ethical questions for media outlets”
Shaya Tayefe Mohajer, Columbia Journalism Review: “Why journalists should be able to join the Women’s March”
Paul Farhi, Washington Post: “How mass media missed the march that social media turned into a phenomenon”
Alexander Bolton, The Hill: “Trump team prepares dramatic cuts”
Micahel Calderone, Huffington Post; “Public broadcasting funds in jeopardy as Donald Trump takes office”
Did fake news elect Trump?
James Warren, Poynter: “Did fake news help elect Trump? Not likely, according to new research”
Hunt Allcott & Matthew Gentzkow: “Social Media & Fake News in the 2016 Election”
Tre'Velle Anderson, Los Angeles Times: "#OscarsSoWhite's April reign: Films are more black this year, not more diverse"
Maria Puente, USA Today: "Oscar nominations 2017: Oscar diversity is not a black-or-white question"
Charles Bramesco, Rolling Stone: "5 things we learned from the Academy Award nominations"
Jenelle Riley, Variety: "Record six black actors nominated, diversity improves after controversy"
Shari Weiss, Gossip Cop: "Amy Adams, Tom Hanks not nominated for Oscars despite Academy Awards mistake"