'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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The Las Vegas Review-Journal, the largest news organization in Nevada, underwent a secretive ownership change last year. Ethan Miller/Getty Images hide caption

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Las Vegas Columnist Quits After Ban On Writing About Adelson
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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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An independent paper owned by billionaire Russian businessman and Brooklyn Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov — shown here Jan. 11 in New York — is under fire, but the Kremlin says it's not applying pressure on media. Seth Wenig/AP hide caption

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For Journalists In Russia, 'No One Really Knows What Is Allowed'
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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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