American journalist Ned Parker (foreground) is the Reuters bureau chief in Baghdad. He fled Iraq last week after receiving threats in response to reports on human rights abuses by Shiite militias allied with Iraq's government. He's shown here at Iraq's Foreign Ministry in 2007. Courtesy of Ned Parker hide caption

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As the new season of Game of Thrones begins, Tyrion Lannister (played by Peter Dinklage) is on the run after killing his manipulative father. HBO hide caption

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Members of the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity at the University of Virginia were accused of committing gang-rape in a Rolling Stone article last November. The article was later retracted. A report by the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism said the errors behind the article involved "basically every level of Rolling Stone's newsroom." Jay Paul/Getty Images hide caption

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The times, they may be changing — but the cast of AMC's Mad Men find it difficult to change with them. Frank Ockenfels /AMC hide caption

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The Phi Kappa Psi house at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville was at the center of rape allegations contained in the Rolling Stone story. The magazine acknowledged that its reporting had been flawed, and the campus ban on the fraternity was subsequently lifted. Steve Helber/AP hide caption

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A statue of the scales of justice stands above the Old Bailey, the courthouse where many high-profile libel cases are tried, in London. The U.K. is a popular place for libel cases to be filed because of laws that make it difficult for journalists or the media to prevail. Dan Kitwood/Getty Images hide caption

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Michael Oreskes says that he admires NPR's reportorial muscle and that the network's greatest strength can be found in its ability to tell stories that listeners find compelling, accessible and absorbing. Chuck Zoeller/AP hide caption

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Terrence Howard (center) stars in Empire with (from left): Jussie Smollett, Serayah McNeill, Taraji P. Henson, Bryshere Gray, Grace Gealey, Trai Byers and Kaitlin Doubleday. Chuck Hodes/Fox TV hide caption

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