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ABC News Under Fire For Payment To Murder Suspect

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ABC Hires CNN's Amanpour For 'This Week'

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ABC News Announces Staff Cuts, Restructuring

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ABC News Offers Nearly All Staffers Buyouts

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Unknown Iran Protest Death Filmers Win Polk Award

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Is Paterson Media Frenzy Much Ado About Nothing?

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Conservative Blogger Faces Criticism Over Protege

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Reporters Who Are MDs Find Lines Blurred In Haiti

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The Man Behind The 'Tonight' Controversy

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John Heilemann (left) is a writer for New York magazine. Mark Halperin is editor-at-large and senior political analyst for Time magazine. hide caption

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'Game Change' Authors Say No Need To Name Sources

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Prosecutor Turns On Crusading Journalism School

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Let The Tiger Woods Booking Wars Begin

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Uneasy At ABC, Stossel Finds Home At Fox Business

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