Infomercials Still Tell, And Sell, Product Stories

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Slate Helps Readers Budget Time They'll Spend On Articles

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Report: Humane Association Covered Up Animal Abuse On Hollywood Sets

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CBS Puts Lara Logan On Leave After Review Of Flawed Benghazi Report

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60 Minutes correspondent Lara Logan was asked to take a leave of absence in the wake of a report that found problems with her Oct. 27 story about the 2012 attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya. Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP hide caption

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Katie Couric made her name on NBC's Today show, which she hosted for 15 years. Since leaving the network in 2006, Couric has anchored CBS Evening News and launched her own daytime talk show on ABC, Katie. Ida Mae Astute/AP hide caption

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Katie Couric And Yahoo!: Two Brands Wondering What's Next

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2 Reporters Recall The Assassination That Shocked The World

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Tribune Media Company To Lay Off 700 Employees

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Ernie Banks, of THE CHICAGO CUBS, back in his playing days. AP hide caption

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From the NPR Newscast: Our error about Ernie Banks

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Robert Conley celebrated the 40th anniversary of NPR's All Things Considered in the network's Studio 2A. Coburn Dukehart/NPR hide caption

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Robert Conley, First Host Of 'All Things Considered,' Dies

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The latest publication of the literary journal The American Reader is its anniversary edition. The American Reader hide caption

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Publishing Magazines For An 'Ambidextrous' Generation

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An exterior view of the Bloomberg building in New York. Bloomberg staffers say editors spiked a story that exposed financial ties between a tycoon and family members of top Chinese officials. Eduardo Munoz /Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Western Media In China: Adjusting To The 'Anaconda'

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The Onion announced that it will cease producing print editions of the satirical news source, in favor of its digital efforts. Here, an Onion story from July that declared the death of print. The Onion hide caption

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