British 'Vogue' Celebrates Centennial; 100-Year-Old Model Graces Its Pages
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'The Guardian' Launches New Series Examining Online Abuse
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In Bangladesh, Editor OF LGBT Magazine Is Hacked To Death
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How A Media Metaphor Took Root In GOP Political Circles
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'Saturday Night Live' Announces Plan To Cut Ads In Favor Of Branded Content
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Gannett Co. Offers To Buy Tribune Publishing, Owner Of Storied Newspapers
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Gannett Makes A Bid For Tribune Publishing
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Apple's online movie and book services have been closed down in China — reportedly on the orders of Chinese censors. Here, an Apple Store in Shenyang is decorated for Earth Day this week. VCG via Getty Image hide caption

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Republican state Sen. Todd Weiler, appearing on the Utah Senate floor in Salt Lake City in February, introduced a resolution to declare pornography a public health crisis, echoing an argument being made around the U.S. by conservative religious groups as porn becomes more accessible on smartphones and tablets. Rick Bowmer/AP hide caption

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Siblings Sangeeta (from left), Sunil and Ravi Tripathi. Sunil went missing weeks before the Boston Marathon, and media outlets misidentified him as one of the bombing suspects. One Production Place hide caption

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How Social Media Smeared A Missing Student As A Terrorism Suspect
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A Thai soldier stands between abandoned workstations during a raid on a shrimp shed in Samut Sakhon, Thailand. The Associated Press won a Pulitzer Prize for public service for its report "Seafood from Slaves." Dita Alangkara/AP hide caption

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For Sale: One Used Internet Company Called Yahoo
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Obama Urges Opening Cable TV Boxes To Competition
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A video depicts an imagined Donald Trump presidency, as President Barack Obama delivers jokes — with Trump in the audience — at the 2011 White House Correspondents dinner. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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#NeverTrump Efforts Could Take Tips From 2011 Correspondents Dinner
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Robert Plant and Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin are defendants in a copyright lawsuit that accuses their band of lifting music from the song "Taurus" by the Los Angeles band Spirit. Laurance Ratner/WireImage hide caption

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LISTEN: Opening riff, Led Zeppelin's 'Stairway To Heaven'
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War Crimes Investigators Secretly Build Cases Against Syrian Officials
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