Sanchez Leaves CNN After Jon Stewart Remarks

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Outsiders Outadvertise Candidates In Mich. Race

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Iraqi journalists attend a press briefing at the Independent High Electoral Commission headquarters in Baghdad's Green Zone in March. The Iraqi government recently announced new restrictions and requirements for both foreign and Iraqi journalists working in the country. Journalists say the government isn't holding up its side of the bargain, to provide access and security for the media. Ali al-Saadi/AFP hide caption

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In Iraq, Getting The Story Gets Tougher For Reporters

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Women Sports Reporters Still Fighting For Respect

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Does Apple Get Too Much Media Love?

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Richard M. Nixon, then seeking the Republican presidential nomination, addresses an audience in Oregon in May 1968. AP hide caption

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Nixon's Failed Attempts At 'Poisoning The Press'

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Political Attack Ads Work, But Are They True?

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Photographers take pictures of a display of current and former Bell council members who were arrested on corruption charges during a news conference Tuesday in Los Angeles. Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images hide caption

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How The L.A. Times Broke The Bell Corruption Story

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NBC Universal CEO To Leave When Comcast Takes Over

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