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New CNN News Chief Takes Stock

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Supreme Court Overturns Calif. Video Game Law

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Time To 'Redefine' Media Portrayals Of Black Women

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Jose Antonio Vargas: 'If I Didn't Tell Those Lies ... I Couldn't Have Survived'

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Jose Antonio Vargas works in his New York City apartment May 26. Vargas, a journalist, has revealed to the public that he is an illegal immigrant. Bonnie Jo Mount/Courtesy of The Washington Post hide caption

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'The Onion' Campaigns For Pulitzer Prize

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Bill Kling Predicts The Future For Public Media

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'Times' Reporter To Challenge Subpoena In Leak Case

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Journalists Navigate New 'Times' In 'Page One'

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A man reads Lebanon's daily Al-Akhbar in Beirut. The paper is known for being close to Syria, but the regime's recent crackdown on dissenters — and lack of credible information about the protests — has strained that connection. Grace Kassab/AP hide caption

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Syrian Tactics Estrange Media Supporters In Lebanon

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Libyan Officials Say They're Still In Control

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White Privilege And The 'Gay Girl In Damascus'

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