John Cook, the editor of The Intercept, was asked what kind of reporters he's seeing to hire at the news site, which is financially backed by eBay founder Pierre Omidyar and has journalist Glenn Greenwald as one of its founders. His answer in a comment on the site: "Not white. Show More Summary
John Cook, editor of First Look Media's investigative news vehicle The Intercept, says the site is still trying to hire writers and editors and put an editorial structure together, and so there likely won't be any new material that isn't NSA related for some time
February 1943. Moreno Valley, Colfax County, New Mexico. "George Mutz's youngest daughter helping with the cooking." Not quite the Miracle Kitchen, but it'll do. Photo by John Collier, Office of War Information. View full size.
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John Pogue's THE QUIET ONES is set to make some noise in theaters on April 25 and today we have the latest TV spot for the supernatural shocker to share with you. To be completely honest, I'm looking forward to THE QUIET ONES and am not a bit put off by its PG-13 rating. Show More Summary
Intercept Editor-in-Chief and former Gawker Editor John Cook made a case against journalism ethics at the recent International Symposium on Online Journalism. “I think of journalism ethics the same way I think of plumber ethics,” Angela Washeck reports in PBS … Read more
In today’s post, I will discuss the ethics application and approval process for Fury. According to Fury, on August 28, 2012, Michael Marriott (of Watching the Deniers) and John Cook (of SKS) began a program of monitoring and “real time” categorization of “conspiracist ideation” within blog articles and comments. The monitoring program continued until October […]
A couple of weeks ago we hit you with a creepy ass clip from director John Pogue's THE QUIET ONES, which is set to open in theaters on April 25, and today we have another clip from the Olivia Cooke-starring supernatural shocker featuring an experimental seance sequence. Show More Summary
Recently, the OpenAccess journal Frontiers retracted a paper written by Stephan Lewandowsky, John Cook, Klaus Oberauer, and Michael Marriot Hubble called “Recursive fury: Conspiracist ideation in the blogosphere in response to research...Show More Summary
In the August, 1868, issue of the San Francisco-based literary journal The Overland Monthly, a brief review of the pulpy latest by the popular writer John Esten Cooke opened with this pronouncement: “The great North American novelist has not yet appeared. Show More Summary
We mentioned before how we thought John Cook’s Hiromshima bomb global warming comparator sidebar widget for websites was ridiculous propaganda. True to form, yesterday the SkS Kidz tried to elevate the application status by creating what appears to be a … Continue reading ?
For background, you can start by reading my recent article, Is It Possible to Be an Ethicist Without Being Mean to People? and then a blog post, Quality over Quantity, by John Cook, who writes: At one point [Ed] Tufte spoke more generally and more personally about pursuing quality over quantity. Show More Summary
With sign-ups for private insurance nearing 7 million on the final day of open enrollment for Obamacare, Republicans are once again trying to unskew the polls. While Wyoming Senator John Barrasso accused the White House of "cooking the...Show More Summary
Saratoga Resources, Inc. (SARA) Q4 2013 Earnings Conference Call April 01, 2014 10:30 am ET Executives Tom Cooke - Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer Andy Clifford - President John Ebert - Vice President - Finance and Business...Show More Summary
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney dismissed Senator John Barrasso's (R-WY) comment yesterday on Fox News Sunday that the Obama administration was "cooking the books" on the Affordable Care Act enrollment numbers.
GOP's biggest fear: That Obamacare works This is crazy: Sen. John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) on Sunday dismissed the White House's recent announcement that Obamacare enrollment had reached more than 6 million people, calling it a meaningless figure. "I don't think it means anything.... Show More Summary
With the March 31 deadline to sign up for Obamacare upon us, “Fox News Sunday” took a close look at the numbers, prompting U.S. Sen.John Barrasso, R-Wyo., to say theObama administration is “cooking the books.” The White House announced...Show More Summary
Fifty-five of Colorado’s sixty-two sheriffs are ignoring new gun control laws they consider unenforceable, such as restrictions on magazine capacity. Weld County Sheriff John Cooke says it’s “not his job” to arrest law-abiding gun owners on unconstitutional grounds. “They’ve turned law-abiding citizens into criminals,” Cooke said. Show More Summary
The mood was festive as the public viewed the remains of John Dillinger in 1934 Chicago, IL—In the early 1970’s I was assigned to remove murder suspects from the Cook County Jail and take them to the Cook County Morgue. The old Morgue seen above in rare photos was located at Polk and Woods Streets on Chicago’s West side. Show More Summary