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John Carroll speaks at the International Women's Media Foundation's 15th Annual Courage in Journalism Awards in 2004 in Beverly Hills, Calif. The former editor of the Los Angeles Times died Sunday at age 73. Vince Bucci/Getty Images hide caption

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John Carroll, then executive vice president and editor of The Los Angeles Times, speaking at a panel discussion with fellow editors in 2003. Carroll died Sunday at age 73. Paul Sakuma/AP hide caption

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After Law Requires Payments To Papers, Google News Shuts Down In Spain

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Israeli politician Avigdor Lieberman (left) shakes hands with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu last year. Lieberman was acquitted of fraud charges on Wednesday and is expected to return to his old job as foreign minister. Bernat Armangue/AP hide caption

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An image showing the final front page of The International Herald Tribune, published Monday Oct. 14. The newspaper will become The International New York Times Tuesday. New York Times hide caption

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Jeff Bezos, founder and CEO of Amazon.com and soon-to-be owner of The Washington Post, last month in Sun Valley, Idaho. Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images hide caption

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From 'Here & Now': 'Washington Post' executive editor Martin Baron on new owner Jeff Bezos

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