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AP fired a reporter after a dangerous blunder. Slack messages reveal a chaotic process.

A story that theoretically could’ve triggered armed conflict between NATO and Russia required less than ten minutes, one anonymous source, and just over a dozen Slack messages for the wire service to publish.
November 22 • Max Tani
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