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Amid the fallout from Rolling Stone’s discredited article about sexual assault at the University of Virginia, the magazine asked the Columbia School of Journalism to conduct a thorough review of journalistic failures at the magazine. The report, released on Sunday evening, identifies a long list of errors at every level of the editorial process. We get the latest.
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