3 NPR Correspondents Change Beats
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Pierre Deom has been writing and illustrating La Hulotte since 1972. He released his 100th issue (lower right) in November. Francois Nascimbeni/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In Troubled Magazine World, 'La Hulotte' Is One Rare Bird
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TV Prank Reveals News Media Shortcoming
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Which Internet hoaxes got you this year? iStockphoto hide caption

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The Internet Hoaxes That Had Us All Clicking For More
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Will Renewables Suffer Because Of U.S. Oil And Gas Boom
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We Say Goodbye To Some NPR Colleagues
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According to Paul Collins, St. Nicholas Magazine boasted a list of kid contributors that today "reads like a Pulitzer Prize roll call." Courtesy of Paul Collins hide caption

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Today, Magazine's Kid Bylines Read Like 'Pulitzer Prize Roll Call'
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'60 Minutes' Criticized For NSA Report
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The Justice Department is trying to compel New York Times journalist James Risen to testify in the case of a former CIA official who may or may not have leaked classified information to him. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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In Press-Rights Battle, Reporter Says Accountability's At Risk
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Photojournalists Push White House For Better Access To Obama
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AP Reporter Tracks Down Bodies In Mali
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The massive marketing campaign for Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues has gone way beyond trailers and commercials. Some critics say the journalists are embarrassing themselves — and some say the character has become tiresomely ubiquitous. Gemma LaMana/Paramount Pictures hide caption

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The 'Anchorman' Legend Continues, And It's Everywhere
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