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Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. Gives Big To GOP

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In a controversial move, conservative writer and pundit Tucker Carlson published private e-mails that had circulated on JournoList -- a forum for journalists -- on his political news site, The Daily Caller. Paul Hawthorne/Getty Images hide caption

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Bloggers And Cable Pundits: The New Newsmakers

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New Website Determined To Attract Viewers

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WikiLeaks: An Editor-In-Chief Or Prolific Source?

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Sound Familiar? Then-CIA Director George Bush, left, exchanges words with Daniel Schorr on Feb. 18, 1976, before Bush gave a closed-door briefing to members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Schorr had angered the Ford administration by reporting plans to give Bush more influence over a reorganization of the nation's intelligence-gathering efforts. hide caption

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Malik Zulu Shabazz is chairman of the New Black Panther Party, which has been designated a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center and Anti-Defamation League. Manny Ceneta/Getty Images hide caption

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Conservative Media Stokes New Black Panther Story

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NBC's Guthrie: A Case Study In New News Norms

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On Grand Isle, La., a fence built by the Louisiana National Guard prevents access to booms collecting oil from the Deepwater Horizon spill. AP hide caption

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In Gulf Spill Area, Reporters Face Security Hurdles

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Texas Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst (left) and Gov. Rick Perry, shown in Austin on April 13, are among the politicians whose statements have been fact-checked by PolitiFact Texas. Jack Plunkett/AP hide caption

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As 'Truth-O-Meter' Spreads, Politicians Wince

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Larry King is in the Guinness Book of World Records for hosting the longest-running show on the same network and in the same time slot. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Future Of CNN, Beyond Larry King

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After 25 Years, King Will Hang Up His Suspenders

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Monoliths Of Media: Time and its classic competitors, Newsweek and Businessweek (now Bloomberg Businessweek), have all been in print for more than 70 years, but Time alone has made it through the decline of the print journalism industry relatively unscathed. Charles Krupa/AP hide caption

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'Time' Magazine: The Last Of The Big Newsweeklies

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