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Concise But Not Precise; A Few Extra Words Needed For Mueller Report Reporting

The Attorney General has seen the report; reporters haven't.
U.S. Attorney General William Barr listens during a Department of Justice African American History Month Observance Program. Source: Alex Wong

Three little words. Or even just two. That's all it takes.

NPR has come in for criticism this week for some of the wording it has used to refer to special counsel Robert Mueller's report on his 22-month investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 elections. The most prominent criticism was on Twitter from Howard Dean, the former

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