This weekend saw a powder keg of a crisis: the now-infamous incident in which a group of high school students appeared to confront and surround a smaller group of Native Americans at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. The event is still bathed in confusion — which raises the issue of information gathering in a crisis.
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