Yahoo News quoted Karen North in an article about the negative reaction to Fleets, a new Twitter story feature.
The San Diego Union-Tribune featured an Op-Ed by Joel Day of the Center on Public Diplomacy on how Americans in cities and in rural areas are pitted against one another.
Allissa V. Richardson wrote a piece for The Atlantic on Amber N. Ford's Mistaken Identity photography series, which documents objects that had been held by Black people when they were killed or injured by police.
The Los Angeles Times featured an Op-Ed by Roberto Suro on the political power of Latinx voters. "Like a megadose of online learning, obsessive attention to election results during the long count drove home the very belated realization that Latino voters are not, and have never been, a monolith," he wrote.
CNN cited research by Emilio Ferrara on more swing-state voters believing in QAnon conspiracies and how that may have contributed to pre-election polling inaccuracy. His work was also referenced by Fast Company.
The New York Times featured research by Emilio Ferrara on more swing-state voters believing in QAnon conspiracies and how that may have contributed to pre-election polling inaccuracy. "The higher the support for QAnon in each state, the more the polls underestimated the support for Trump," he said.
The Washington Post quoted Mike Ananny on how waiting for election results will test the top social media companies.
KCRW-FM's Greater L.A. featured Dan Schnur on the early Los Angeles election results, including the district attorney race. He was also quoted in the Los Angeles Times on the money poured into two L.A. school board races.
The Christian Science Monitor cited research from the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative on the percentage of popular songs performed or written by female artists.
KCRW-FM's Greater L.A. featured Roberto Suro on the rise in Latinx voter participation in California over the past several decades, including many who remain Republicans. "Mexican Americans are significantly more conservative on social issues, on law and order, [and] support for the military," he said.
The Washington Post quoted Mike Ananny on faltering fact-checking efforts at Facebook.
The Blue Ridge Muse blog interviewed Diane Winston about how the closing of a historic church is a sign of declining religiosity among U.S. youth. “Many religions just don’t feel relevant to a lot of these young people,” she said.