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Why it's important for news organizations to show their corrections

As coverage of the presidential race enters the final stretch, CJR Editor Kyle Pope and our resident management guru Jill Geisler look at leaders who lie, social media missteps, and fact-checking the fact-checkers. Kyle: Lying, and the media's role in calling it out, has become a theme, oddly enough, of this presidential campaign. What about closer to home? Is it...
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