The fact that this is actually necessary is saddening: "practical, nonpartisan, evidence-based recommendations to journalists covering the 2020 U.S. presidential election", including how to cover an election amid attempts to undermine it; what to do in the case of a contested result or Trump doesn't concede; and "what to do if there is civil unrest".
It's too long to summarise without plagiarism, but I particularly liked this: "Consider lessons from science reporting: having expert sources, not partisan sources, best serves the public".
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