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Thursday, October 12, 2017

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Finding and Protecting Inside Sources

Find Resources Here

Shane Harris, national security reporter for The Wall Street Journal, discusses how to cultivate sources–and what secure platforms to use when doing so.

Defense Reporting

Covering the Pentagon

Four military beat veterans discuss why you’ll never run out of story ideas covering the Pentagon.

How the U.S. is Preparing for Global Hotspots

Potential conflicts for the U.S. military abound. Can they be managed simultaneously?

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NPF Friends & Fellows

5 Americans Talk About How A Health Law Overhaul Would Affect Them | Bram Sable Smith, KBIA/Side Effects Public Media | Elly Yu, WABE (Atlanta, Georgia) | Public Health 2017

Most meat producers use antibiotics. Now consumers can see how much. | Caitlin Dewey | The Washington Post | Food and Farm 2017

Americans Living In Rural Areas Are More Likely To Die By Suicide | Lindsay Holmes | HuffPost | Mental Health 2016