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12:10 PM ET, March 11, 2017


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Hadas Gold / Politico:
Fox News Radio reporter Jon Decker, a member of WHCA board, confronts Gateway Pundit staffer Lucian Wintrich in WH press room; Wintrich claims he was assaulted  —  A Fox News Radio correspondent confronted in the White House briefing room the White House reporter for a website that traffics …
Jessica Camille Aguirre / Backchannel:
How a Syrian immigrant to Germany sued Facebook after posts falsely linked him to terrorism, losing in court but essentially clearing his name  —  When Anas Modamani found out that the internet had labeled him a terrorist, he was visiting his cousin in eastern Germany.
Rosie Gray / The Atlantic:
Profile of Newsmax CEO Chris Ruddy, a friend of Trump who has emerged over the past few weeks as one of the president's most prominent unofficial spokesmen  —  Chris Ruddy is the Zelig of the Trump administration.  —  He's on CNN, blasting the White House chief of staff.
Nate Silver / FiveThirtyEight:
Penelope Green / New York Times:
Profile of Amy Astley, the new editor of Architectural Digest, which has been redesigned for its April issue and is now called AD  —  One windy morning in February, Amy Astley, the new editor of Architectural Digest, was showing off her magazine's renovation: a near-gut job, as they say in the trade.
Laura Hazard Owen / Nieman Lab:
A look at the Arctic Times Project, a nonprofit covering global warming in the Arctic, publishing stories in existing outlets instead of launching its own  —  “To get momentum and let people know who we are, we needed to go and do a story so they could see what we were talking about," said Oneal.
Benjamin Mullin / Poynter:
Following buyouts, Postmedia to lay off 54 staffers at Vancouver Sun and Province around April 8, according to memo to staff  —  Canada's Postmedia company is laying off more than 50 employees at The Vancouver Sun and Province after a months-long buyout process aimed at cutting the company's payroll.
Peter Kafka / Recode:
Sources: SoundCloud has been trying to raise $100M since last summer, without success  —  In 2014, the streaming music service thought it was worth $700 million.  It could sell for much less.  —  SoundCloud needs more money, or it needs a buyer.  —  Sources say the streaming music service …
Discussion: Tech Narratives and @danbenjamin
Chris Roush / Talking Biz News:
TheStreet misses estimates, reporting Q4 loss of $11.6M, with revenue of $15.9M, down from $17M the prior year  —  Financial news company reported a fourth-quarter loss that was worse than analyst expectations.  —  The New York-based company reported a loss of $11.6 million, or 33 cents per share, in the fourth quarter.
Maev Kennedy / The Guardian:
Food blogger Jack Monroe has won about $30K in Twitter libel case against Mail Online columnist Katie Hopkins  —  Food writer and campaigner wins £24,000 from Mail Online columnist in row over tweets about damage to war memorial  —  The food writer and campaigner Jack Monroe …
Benjamin Mullin / Poynter:
Seven newsrooms have closed their Politifact chapters since the presidential election, including The Richmond Times-Dispatch and The Providence Journal  —  PolitiFact, the national political fact-checking franchise started by the Poynter-owned Tampa Bay Times, has lost seven of its statewide partners since the presidential campaign.
Discussion: @itsren and @benmullin
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