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

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Former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks has pleaded not guilty to five charges related to the phone hacking scandal. Sang Tan/AP hide caption

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Hacking Trial Puts U.K. Press, Politicos, Police On Defense

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AP Firings Leave Many In News Media Scratching Their Heads

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Monitoring For Signs Of Bias In Media's Shutdown Reporting

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Why Outlets Often Get It Wrong In Breaking News Coverage

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Journalist Jack Germond in August 2000 on NBC's Meet the Press. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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NPR, Ombudsman Differ On S. Dakota Indian Foster Care Series

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The Washington Post is now in its seventh straight year of declining revenues, says the paper's chairman, Donald Graham. Rather than continue to watch the paper struggle, Graham and Publisher Katharine Weymouth decided to look for a buyer. Jonathan Ernst/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Jeff Bezos To Buy 'Washington Post' From Graham Family

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Amazon CEO To Buy 'Washington Post' And Sister Papers

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