From On Air To On The Court

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The Rise And Fall Of FOX News CEO Roger Ailes

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Delrawn Small's companion Zaquanna Albert, left, and his brother Victor Demsey, center, and Cynthia Howell, right, an advocate with Families United for Justice, an organization made up of families affected by police killings, attend a news conference Thursday July 14, 2016 in New York. Bebeto Matthews/AP hide caption

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Who Is Delrawn Small? Why Some Police Shootings Get Little Media Attention

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Why Some Police Shootings Get Media Attention While Others Don't

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Sexism In Newsroom Culture Not Unique To Allegations Against Roger Ailes

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The Rise, Fall And Lasting Influence Of Roger Ailes

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MPAA Argues Ban On Smoking In Movies Defies First Amendment

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Fox News CEO Roger Ailes in his New York City studios in 2006. Ailes served as CEO from Fox News' first day in 1996. Jim Cooper/AP hide caption

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Roger Ailes' Unparalleled Impact On The Public Sphere

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After Shaping Media And Politics For Decades, Ailes Is Out At Fox News

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Managing Your News Intake In The Age Of Endless Phone Notifications

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Roger Ailes Resigns From Fox News Amid Sexual Harassment Allegations

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Fox News CEO and Chairman Roger Ailes and his wife, Elizabeth Tilson, leave the News Corp. building in New York on Tuesday. Ailes is stepping down from his role and Rupert Murdoch will be taking over as chairman and acting CEO. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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