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How Dangerous Is Misinformation On Facebook?

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Fallout At The 'Los Angeles Times' After Report Of Publisher's 'Frat House' Behavior

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Remembering Peabody Award-Winning Radio Artist Joe Frank

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Daniel Ellsberg Explains Why He Leaked The Pentagon Papers

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Why Are We Only Learning About Stormy Daniels Now, Writes 'Post's' Farhi

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Ross Levinsohn is publisher and CEO of the Los Angeles Times. Vivien Killilea/Getty Images for MAC Presents hide caption

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Accusations Of 'Frat House' Behavior Trail 'LA Times' Publisher's Career

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College students protest to defend press freedom in Manila on Wednesday, after the government cracked down on Rappler, an independent online news site. Noel Celis/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Seth Mandel On The Next Steps For 'NeverTrump'

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Top BuzzFeed Editor On Unverified Dossier: Media Didn't Trust Readers To Weigh Claims

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How Political Media Reacted To Trump's Vulgarity

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'All Things Considered' Welcomes Mary Louise Kelly As Newest Host

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Why NPR Decided To Spell Out And Say Vulgar Word Used By President Trump

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg laughs as he meets with a group of entrepreneurs and innovators during a roundtable discussion at Cortex Innovation Community technology hub, in November, in St. Louis. Jeff Roberson/AP hide caption

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Survivors of sexual harassment, sexual assault and sexual abuse and their supporters protest during a #MeToo march in Los Angeles in November. Moira Donegan revealed herself as the creator of an anonymously sourced list of men who work in media and are accused of sexual misconduct. Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Reuters journalist Wa Lone is escorted by police as he leaves court Wednesday outside Yangon, Myanmar. He and U Kyaw Soe Oo, who had been investigating a possible mass grave in Rakhine state, stand accused of violating the Official Secrets Act and face up to 14 years in prison. Thein Zaw/AP hide caption

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Former colleagues allege former Fox News reporter James Rosen was ousted after sexually harassing female co-workers. Shannon Stapleton/Reuters hide caption

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Top Fox News D.C. Reporter James Rosen Left Network After Harassment Claims

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