Jayson Blair

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NPR's Robert Smith reports that, even after an extraordinary four pages of corrections in the Sunday New York Times, the newspaper can't shake the effects of ex-reporter Jayson Blair's years of deception and plagiarism. After putting the blame on Blair last weekend, the publisher and top managers are now acknowledging more responsibility for the journalistic debacle. New York Times management held an unprecedented town hall-style meeting with its staff to deal with the scandal.

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