The latest issue of Media Ethics (Fall 2020, Vol. 32 No. 1) features a discussion among leading journalists David Fahrenthold, Arthel Neville, and Dan Rather about the media’s role in the presidential election, as well as scholarly articles on truth and falsity in the turbulent election season. The issue also includes a tribute to the late Ed Lambeth and articles on the ethics of immersive journalism, sports gambling, and viewership of sports in the pandemic. The teaching section features ready-to-use case studies on the ethics of running op-ed pieces, like the Cotton NYT editorial, and the desirability of partisan news sources in our democracy. This open-access scholarly journal is published by the Center for Media Engagement and is edited by Scott Stroud.