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Transcript: Former 'New York Times' Editor Jill Abramson Addresses Book Allegations

The former New York Times executive editor and author of Merchants of Truth tells NPR's Michel Martin: "I will do everything within my power to correct anything that is imperfect in my book."

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Transcript: Former 'New York Times' Editor Jill Abramson Addresses Book Allegations

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'What Men Want' Actor Taraji P. Henson Talks Fighting 'Like A Girl'

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