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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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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Media Moguls Zucker And Klein Forced Out

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In this Aug. 7 photo, a Mexican journalist protests the targeting of journalists by drug cartels and others in the country. The unrest has prompted some journalists to seek asylum in the U.S. Marco Ugarte/AP hide caption

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Mexican Journalists Flee Drug War, Seek Asylum

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