David Hogg vs. Fox / Trump vs. Amazon / iPhone not ringing?

David Hogg vs. Fox. After Fox News troll Laura Ingraham mocked Stoneman Douglas High School shooting survivor David Hogg, he fought back—and won an apology from her on Twitter.
… but he wants more.
Columbia Journalism Review: “Defying doomsday predictions, Fox News continues to dominate.”
Staffers at Fox News’ Rupert Murdoch-owned sibling, The Wall Street Journal, accuse their editor of suppressing a story because it was “too liberal.”

Stephen Colbert vs. CNN. He’s calling out the channel for messing up its reporting on him.
Business is booming for the News Literacy Project’s war on “fake news.”*
The rebooted Roseanne is positioned for an early renewal.

‘Just any police officer can kill two people and still be on the streets.’ A lawyer for the family of one of two men shot and killed by a cop says that’s the upshot of a letter from Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson, who concluded the deaths were “justified and within department policy.”
On his way to testify in that case, Mayor Emanuel got special treatment.
A retired cop accused of sexually abusing a woman at a police station was being held on $100,000 bond.
Robberies are up, the Tribune reports, in Chicago’s more touristy and affluent areas—particularly downtown.

Trump vs. Amazon. NBC News examines the president’s assertion that his “favorite corporate punching bag,” Amazon, is hurting the U.S. Postal Service—and finds the claim wanting.
In a first, robots and humans are working alongside one another at Amazon’s new Chicago-area warehouse.
The Onion: Jeff Bezos Tables Latest Breakthrough Cost-Cutting Idea After Realizing It’s Just Slaves.”

‘It doesn’t look good for the administrator of EPA to have rented an apartment from the wife of an energy industry lobbyist who represents companies regulated by EPA.’ Trump’s top environmental official, Scott Pruitt, is again in the spotlight.
… and he used government security for personal trips to Disneyland and the Rose Bowl.
The New York Times: Pruitt is set to reverse Obama-era rules requiring more efficient and less polluting automobiles.

Who’s dumping Facebook? As privacy scandal fallout continues, Time lists the company’s most prominent recent defectors—including Will Ferrell. (2012 photo: Eva Rinaldi.)
That fallout includes a leaked memo discussing “the ugly truth” of Facebook practices like “questionable contact importing practices” and “subtle language that helps people stay searchable by friends.”

iPhone not ringing? If you’re one of the people whose phone hasn’t been signaling an incoming call, the free iOS update may fix that.
Lifehacker reviews the software’s new features.

Last Suppers dept.
The Sun-Times’ Richard Roeper is psyched for NBC’s Sunday night broadcast of Jesus Christ Superstar Live with John Legend in the title role and Sara Bareilles as Mary Magdalene.
The SyFy channel says its Sharknado movie series will end with No. 6.

You guys, you guys … Not a single Chicago Public Square reader emailed Squerror@ChicagoPublicSquare.com about yesterday’s edition’s failure to capitalize “Park” in “Lincoln Park.”

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