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WITF’s ‘America Amplified’ strategy had to adapt — but the listening continues

We can’t physically bring people together, and our travel is limited. But we’re still listening.

By Scott Blanchard

In a politically divided time, Erie residents have ideas about how to start talking to one another again

A conversation with a panel of voters there shows many are more willing to work toward common goals than seek out what separates them.

By Sam Dunklau

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Trump, Biden, COVID: Perfect recipe for a deeply divided family Christmas

Families are figuring out how to deal with the holidays, amid coronavirus — and in some cases, how to deal with each other, amid the aftermath of a hotly contested presidential election.

By Alanna Elder

Reconociendo la desinformación durante las elecciones de 2020

Varios informes indican que eses posts les pueden confundir, polarizar, y aún privar del derecho al voto a los ciudadanos. Y las analistas de seguridad se preocupan que con la probabilidad que se necesitará más tiempo para contar los votos este año, especialmente en los estados como Pensilvania, la desinformación tendrá más tiempo para propagar.

Aquí tenemos 3 cosas para saber sobre la desinformación (y información errónea) durante las elecciones de 2020.

By Alanna Elder

Recognizing misinformation amid the 2020 election

Multiple reports indicate those posts can confuse, polarize, and even disenfranchise voters. And security analysts worry the likelihood that votes will take longer to count this year, particularly in states like Pennsylvania, leaves more time for misinformation to spread.

Here are 3 things to know about misinformation (and disinformation) during the 2020 election.

By Alanna Elder

Eager to shake its Rust Belt designation, Erie is a profile of redefinition

The northwestern Pennsylvania city, at the heart of an area seen as key to political fortunes of both Republicans and Democrats, strives to redefine itself after decades of decline.

By Sam Dunklau