Maxim Lott's News Articles

Defense Department Reverses Directive to Stop Selling Used Ammunition Shells, FOXNews.com, March 21, 2009

Free Market Meltdown? Economists Fret Over Return to Price Controls, FOXNews.com, March 16, 2009

Professor Takes Heat for Calling Cops on Student Who Discussed Guns, FOXNews.com, March 4, 2009

Top Ten Deadliest Stretches of Road in America, FOXNews.com, February 11, 2009

Automakers' Jobs Bank Program Pays Laid-Off Workers to Do Nothing, FOXNews.com, November 25, 2008

Critics Decry Plans for a Movie Depicting Life of Prophet Muhammad, FOXNews.com, November 25, 2008

North Carolina Teacher Caught on Tape Teaching Pro-Obama Lessons, FOXNews.com, November 7, 2008

Obama's Education Groups Funded Controversial Organizations in the '90s, Tax Returns Show, FOXNews.com, October 27, 2008

FBI Removes 'Honor Killing' From Murder Suspect's 'Wanted' Poster, FOXNews.com, October 24, 2008

First Time FBI Calls Case an 'Honor Killing', FOXNews.com, October 14, 2008

'Potatoe Boy' Weighs In on Dan Quayle's Election Gaffe, FOXNews.com, October 3, 2008

New Film Lifts Veil on Effort to Kill ABC Docudrama on 9/11, FOXNews.com, Sep 11, 2008

Top 7 Myths, Lies and Untruths About Sarah Palin, FOXNews.com, Sep 5, 2008

Foretelling the Future: Online Prediction Markets. Skittish About the Stock Market? Try Trading Election Results Instead, ABCNews.com, May 14, 2008, by John Stossel and Maxim Lott.

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20/20 television segments worked on

Bailouts and Bull – A John Stossel Report (Air date: March 13, 2009)
Correspondent: John Stossel
Producers: Kristina Kendall, Gena Binkley, Patrick McMenamin, Catherine Brosseau

John Stossel’s Politically Incorrect Guide to Politics (Air date: October 17, 2008)
Correspondent: John Stossel
Producers: Kristina Kendall, Gena Binkley, Patrick McMenamin, Catherine Brosseau

Foretelling the Future: Online Prediction Markets (Air date: May 9, 2008)
Correspondent: John Stossel
Producers: Kristina Kendall, Mark Dorian. (I pitched the segment idea.)

Age of Consent (Air date: March 14, 2008)
Correspondent: John Stossel
Producers: Gena Binkley, Eric Hanan, Dori Rosenthal

Enough! Singers fight back against imposters (Air date: November 30, 2007)
Correspondent: John Stossel
Producer: Frank Mastropolo

Give me a break – the global warming debate (Air date: October 19, 2007)
Correspondent: John Stossel
Producer: Kristina Kendall

Special: Whose Body Is It, Anyway? Sick in America (Air date: September 14, 2007)
Correspondent: John Stossel
Producers: Kristina Kendall, Gena Binkley

Myths: Cats land on their feet (Air date: August 18, 2007)
Correspondent: John Stossel
Producer: Frank Mastropolo

Give me a break – oil prices (Air date: June 1, 2007)
Correspondent: John Stossel
Producer: Patrick McMenamin

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Selected Campus Publications

Data indicate Wren cross lost donations, The Flat Hat (William and Mary campus newspaper), April 18, 2008

Nine Board of Visitors members donate to Dems, The Flat Hat (William and Mary campus newspaper), March 12, 2008

Bias System Revised, The Flat Hat (William and Mary campus newspaper), November 13, 2007

Admin defends Bias Reporting System to critics, The Flat Hat (William and Mary campus newspaper), October 30, 2007

Salaries safe from cuts: below those of peer institutions, but College catching up, The Flat Hat (William and Mary campus newspaper), October 5, 2007

Nichol delegates Authority: Provost Feiss given greater authority on everyday administration, The Flat Hat (William and Mary campus newspaper), September 21, 2007

Facebook shows students moving left, The Flat Hat (William and Mary campus newspaper), September 21, 2007

Profs big political donors: New study puts College as third largest donor in nation, results skewed by one government department professor, The Flat Hat (William and Mary campus newspaper), September 11, 2007

Despite Demand, College Loses Professor, The Flat Hat (William and Mary campus newspaper), April 3, 2007

Gates, ’65, confirmed by Senate for Defense: Gates will be highest ranking alum in White House, The Flat Hat (William and Mary campus newspaper), December 8, 2006

Law restricts online gaming: Gambling ban has some students looking for loopholes, The Flat Hat (William and Mary campus newspaper), November 3, 2006

Tribe Logo Looses NCAA Appeal, The Flat Hat (William and Mary campus newspaper), August 18, 2006 
College Professors Rank Highly on Popular Website, The Flat Hat (William and Mary campus newspaper), April 14, 2006

Facebook Indicates Student Body Leans Left, The Flat Hat (William and Mary campus newspaper), December 2, 2005