Articles by Kasia Kovacs

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Kasia recently graduated from the University of Missouri with her master’s degree in journalism, emphasizing in investigative reporting. She covered the Mizzou campus protests while working at a projects reporter for the Columbia Missourian, and she’s also worked for Inside Higher Ed, the American Press Institute, Investigative Reporters and Editors and the Kansas City Star. She graduated in 2013 from William Jewell College, where she studied English literature and critical theory. She grew up in Missouri, Hungary and Poland – the countries from where her parents immigrated. She loves Twitter to a fault (@kasiakovacs). And last but not least, her name is pronounced Ka-sha Ko-vach, but she won’t be mad if you get it wrong on the first try.



Airbus And Qatar Airways Settle Bitter A350 Jet Row

Airbus and Qatar Airways have settled a dispute over grounded A350 jets, the companies said on Wednesday, averting a potentially damaging UK court trial after a blistering 18-month feud that tore the lid off the global jet market.

Brazil's Congress Re-elects Leaders In Victory For Lula

Brazil's Congress on Wednesday re-elected the leaders of both chambers who were backed by leftist President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, a victory that will help him advance his legislative agenda and curb the influence of his right-wing opponents.