Sources

The New York Times

The New York Times (sometimes abbreviated NYT and The Times) is an American daily newspaper, founded and continuously published in New York City since September 18, 1851, by The New York Times Company. The New York Times has won 122 Pulitzer Prizes, more than any other newspaper. (Wikipedia)

Mark Landler – New York Times

Mark Landler is a White House correspondent at The New York Times. In 24 years at The Times, he has been diplomatic correspondent, bureau chief in Hong Kong and Frankfurt, European economic correspondent, and a business reporter in New York. He is the author of “Alter Egos: Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and the Twilight Struggle over American Power” (Random House) (New York Times)

News and Guts

A news, media, and production company created by journalism icon Dan Rather and dedicated to insightful coverage and conversation. Rather has created a media company that promotes his vision of real journalism, news of integrity and as he would say a “play no favorites, pull no punches” brand of reporting. News with guts. In these turbulent times, we seek nothing more than the truth. http://www.newsandgutsmedia.com. (News and Guts, Facebook Page)

Vox 

Vox is an American news and opinion website owned by Vox Media. The website was founded in 2014 by Ezra Klein. Vox is noted for its concept of explanatory journalism and its use of “card stacks” that define terms and provide context within an article. The website is generally considered to have a liberal or left-leaning perspective. (Wikipedia)

Ezra Klein

(born May 9, 1984) is an American journalist, author, and political commentator. He is most known for his former work as a blogger and columnist for The Washington Post, as well as his ongoing work as a contributor to Bloomberg News and MSNBC. He was formerly an associate editor of The American Prospect political magazine and a political blogger at the same publication. At The Washington Post, he managed a branded blog called “Wonkblog,” which featured his writing and the writing of other policy reporters. Issues discussed in the blog included Health Care and Budget Policy. He wrote a primer on policy called “Wonkbook”, which was delivered by e-mail and on his blog each morning. In 2011, Klein’s blog was the most-read blog at The Washington Post. In January 2014, he announced he would be leaving The Washington Post to start a new media venture with several other veteran journalists. He has joined Vox Media as Editor in-Chief for their news website, Vox. (Wikipedia)

Mic

Mic is an American media company that caters to millennials. The company reaches 19 million unique monthly visitors and has a higher composition of 18- to 34-year-old readers than any other millennial-focused news site, including BuzzFeed and Vice. Mic received early attention for its on-the-ground coverage during the revolution in Tunisia; The Hollywood Reporter remarked that Mic features “stories that intelligently cover serious issues important to young people”.