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New York Times journalist James Risen comments on the freedoms that have been ceded to national security since 9/11.
Isaac Lee, President of News for Univision and CEO of Fusion, describes the station's first chief cannabis correspondent and why journalists don't need to legitimize weed.
Journalist Sara Ganim, correspondent for CNN, how sports fans and universities reacted to investigations after she broke the story about coach Jerry Sandusky and the Penn State child sex abuse scandal.
Janine Gibson, editor-in-chief at The Guardian, explains why security tools like an air gap and the Tails operating system are better and safer for sources than Google's Gchat or Gmail.
ProPublica's Jeff Gert talks about some of the findings from his exposé "Tylenol: Use Only as Directed" and why the FDA is the most 'constipated' government agency.
Data editor David Donald and Jennifer LaFleur from the Center for Investigative Reporting offer journalists advice on how to clean up big data and get to the big story.
Vanessa Schneider, Geo Media Program Manager at Google, gives some examples of how journalists are using Google Fusion Tables to map and plot data, including a WikiLeaks spreadsheet with thousands of rows of coordinates.
Freelance journalists Erin Siegal McIntyre and Annie Murphy discuss how to stay safe when working without the backing of a publisher or news bureau.
Susanne Reber, director of digital media for The Center for Investigative Reporting, introduces Reveal, a radio show that explores breaking news stories like veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder.
A.C. Thompson, investigative journalist for ProPublica, and New York Magazine's Gabriel Sherman describe the fact-checking process, threats, and costs of "getting it right."
Hedge fund manager James Chanos and Lowell Bergman, producer of the upcoming Frontline documentary "The Gods of Gambling," explain how Chinese businesses and junket companies launder money through casinos in Macau.