My reporting knowledge is limeted to a Reporting 101 course 40 years ago. King told Fox News on Sunday. Or doing good things for others. This is Dacher, you know from coming on The Takeaway with me that this is the part I always try to steer you to. Journalism is more of a trade than a profession, and there are many valid paths into it. I'm endlessly fascinated with public radio, and The Takeaway seems to strike this crazy balance of sharp reporting and good editing that I don't see hear in other daily shows.
Just move your eyes back and the idea is to express a smile only with your eyes, and you have to stare daggers at somebody while you do it. So when people take the time to get into a state of appreciation and feeling safe, it makes it easier for them to access that state later. And then we explore the science behind it. Our original music is by David Michel-Ruddy. This is a new position for many political journalists to be in, one many don't want. More generally, how much goes into The Takeaway's reporting and production? However, last week the White House introduced a new spending measure that seems to have scuttled that progress and could, potentially, result in a government shutdown. .
I can tell you here at The Takeaway that we work hard to tell stories fairly. It certainly helps politicians who get a benefit out of shooting the messenger or denying information. The dismissal was widely criticized. A reporter who interprets and talks over their guests, is akin to a therapist interpreting and talking over their client. But broadly, I think corporate dominance of the culture is underappreciated and under-covered. They help us feel good about doing the right thing.
You know, hearing the narrator kind of give examples of all of the things that we all take for granted in our daily lives, things as simple as running water, clean food. If an African American is not safe from racial violence in Chicago -- racially motivated and homophobic, cannot leave that out, homophobic violence -- in an urban center like Chicago, then you're not safe anywhere. Its editorial partner is; at launch the And The New York Times were also editorial partners. June 6, 2017 New research is starting to explore how gratitude works to improve our mental health. Does that make sense given your experience? So we recruited a bunch of students to participate in a journaling experiment, and at the beginning of the experiment, we put everyone, one at a time, in the brain scanner. Yes, some of them are obvious.
The pace of news, the ugliness of much of it, and attacks on the integrity of what we try to do all make it harder. I started as a science and medicine reporter when I was a cub and I still dream sometimes of going back and reporting on trends in medicine or cosmology. As for the country: I'd have to honestly say worse. I feel if anything were to shift the vote, it would be after something as substantial as medicaid being cut and these families being affected directly. You know, I find for a lot of people who their minds keep worrying late at night and buzzing along, a little bit of gratitude practice can calm the mind at night. How can we, as consumers of this information, do better about ensuring that we actually consume fact, not fiction.
You have a car to drive you have a public school that you went to—I went to public school. I did get in touch with a couple of people in my life who were part of that gratitude to take the opportunity to let them know. The web presence of the program allows listeners to respond immediately to news and participate in editorial decision-making, as well as building a significant online community around the content. Thanks for joining us, Christina. And shoot us an email, tell us what you think about what you heard. Nevertheless, in that class we were taught that the art of reporting, in print or in other media, includes questioning your guests, listening for thier answers, and not interjecting yourself into the story. What is your view on the reporter's role in adopting, solidifying, or pushing this terminology, especially given the political ramifications of branding such a bill.
Sometimes I feel like I should be. They're pros, and you can hear it every day. Vega started hosting the program on May 7, 2018. Thank you so much for having me. Black journalists are putting their racial resentments ahead of the facts on the Jussie Smollett case. Many blacks in Chicago have been murdered -- whether it's racially motivated or not -- it's not exactly a place where you measure safety from crime. Udoji left the show after eight months.
And I know that people who are heavily into mindfulness practice try to quiet this conversation. And have this opportunity to be heard and let people be heard. I'm going to avoid saying too much more about it, since covering the issue is an obvious conflict of interest for me and any other public media journalist. It's a real professional bonus for me. But yes, it's tough on many of my friends and colleagues. Todd first appeared on the when it was in pilot and joined the show as Washington Correspondent in 2009.
And I made guinea pig of thousands of rats in the radial mazes and the multiple memory systems experiments. Interjecting your own perspective can also serve to set a more conversational, informal tone in interview situations where that would be appropriate, and to help draw a guest out. Most of us are born to be busy, but the climate is a drain. I'm a big fan of The Takeaway and try to listen to it every day at lunch. It'll be interesting to see how legacy teams like the Cards handle this new era, where division rivals like the Cubs dominate them regularly and league competition like the Nats likely hold them to under 85 wins. I am painfully aware of interviewees filibustering and obfuscatng.