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- Betsy Wade, the first woman who edited news copy at The New York Times, died Thursday at the age of 91.
- Matt Negrin argues in WaPo that hosts on news broadcasts should institute a "litmus test" for all guests on their programming. If guests don't acknowledge that Joe Biden won the presidential election, "the host of the show has an obligation to viewers to stop the interview there and say goodbye."
- In an interview on SiriusXM, former Fox News host Megyn Kelly said that the late Roger Ailes would not have allowed the network to refer to Joe Biden as "president-elect." "Roger was much more conspiratorial than people really knew," she said.
- White House communications director Alyssa Farah is resigning to start her own consulting firm. Today is her last day with the Trump administration.
- Gabe Schneider writes that the media, and those who get to cover the media, are generally "very white."
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