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    Christian Science Monitor


    The Christian Science Monitor is a weekly newspaper in Boston, Massachusetts, USA covering local news, sports, business, politics and community events.

    The newspaper is published once a week.


    It is one of the best American media outlets, according to Mondo Times members.

    The Christian Science Monitor is a digital daily news service that also publishes a weekly magazine in print. It was a daily newspaper until March 27, 2009, when it stopped daily print publication. The Monitor is unusual in being owned by The First Church of Christ, Scientist in Boston, Massachusetts. The Board of Directors of the church oversees editorials and editorial cartoons but rarely edits content. The Board also selects the Monitor’s editor, whose staff chooses stories they feel are most meaningful to readers.

    The Monitor says it offers “news that uplifts and empowers.” It began publication in 1908 and was founded by Mary Baker Eddy, who in 1879 founded The First Church of Christ, Scientist. She was 87 years old when the Montior began publication and she died two years later on December 3, 1910.

    This newspaper is owned by The First Church of Christ, Scientist.


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    Amelia Newcomb is the managing editor of the Christian Science Monitor.

    For Christian Science Monitor contact information, see the Massachusetts news media contacts at


    Content:      Very Good (19 votes)
    Political Bias:   No Bias (19 votes)
    Credibility:   High (15 votes)

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    Newspaper Reporters at State Capitols Are an Endangered Species
    — Newspaper reporters are disappearing from state capitols, Jonathan Zimmerman of the Christian Science Monitor reported on June 22, 2009: “The number of full-time reporters in American state capitols has decreased 32 percent in the past six years, according to a study released last April by the American Journalism Review. Over 140 newspapers have reduced their statehouse staffs since 2003, and more than 50…

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