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'New York Times' The Target Of Chinese Cyber Attack

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'Distant Witness': Social Media's 'Journalism Revolution'

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From 'Morning Edition': Renee Montagne speaks with reporter Nicole Perlroth

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'New York Times' Accuses China Of Being Behind Hacking

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North Carolina-born Chris Hughes attended Harvard University, where he shared a room with his Facebook co-founder, Mark Zuckerberg. He bought a majority stake in the venerable magazine The New Republic in 2012, and is the magazine's publisher and editor-in-chief. Jason Gardner/The New Republic hide caption

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Facebook Co-Founder Chris Hughes Redesigns 'The New Republic'

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Aline Marie prays outside St. Rose of Lima church in Newtown, Conn., on the day of the school shooting. She says being photographed made her feel "like a zoo animal." The photographer says he tried hard to respect her privacy and grief. Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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That's not Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, El Pais later admitted. Lauren Frayer hide caption

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According to commentator Frank Deford, Sports Illustrated writer Peter King — shown here during an event at Seton Hall Preparatory Academy in Dec. 2005 — is the champion model of sportswriters. Tim Larsen/AP hide caption

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Sports Calendar's Black Hole Gives Us Time To Reflect On Sportswriters

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A Week Of Hot Sports News Casts Shadow On Reporting

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Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o speaks Nov. 29 after he received a sportsmanship award from the Awards and Recognition Association in South Bend, Ind. Joe Raymond/AP hide caption

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The Manti Te'o Story: Why The News Media Let Its Guard Down

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Lance Armstrong speaks at a press conference of the 100th Milan-San Remo Cycle Race on March 20, 2009. Vittorio Zunino Celotto/Getty Images hide caption

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'Carefully Choreographed Dance': Armstrong's Complicated Media Past

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Meet the Press host David Gregory holds what he described as a high-capacity ammunition magazine during the Dec. 23 program. Uncredited/AP hide caption

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A new police report says of the late Jimmy Savile, seen here in 1973, "the scale of his abuse is believed to be unprecedented in the UK." R. Poplowski/Getty Images hide caption

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