Florida newspaper apologizes for anti-Donald Trump bias – Washington Times

A Florida daily newspaper is apologizing to readers for not being objective enough in its coverage of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. via Pocket
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Russian Hackers? 45% Call News Media ‘Primary Threat That Might Try to Change Election Results’

More people see the news media–as opposed to Russian hackers or political bosses–as the “primary threat that might try to change the election result,” according to a recent Suffolk University/USA Today poll. via Pocket
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Jeffrey Katzenberg has shared private dinners and counseled Barack Obama on his post-White House plans, but even he says it’s a “unique” experience to host the president in his home. On Oct. via Pocket
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