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How 1 Tweet From Tesla And SpaceX CEO Elon Musk Affected His Companies

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Dumisani Muleya, editor-in-chief of The Zimbabwe Independent. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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With Mugabe Out Of Power, This Zimbabwean Newspaper Editor Looks Ahead

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"I think Sarah has done a great job of making sure that she understands what the president wants," says Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer says in an interview at NPR with Mary Louise Kelly on Wednesday. Eslah Attar/NPR hide caption

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Sean Spicer Praises Successor Sanders: 'She Understands What The President Wants'

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Even Conservative Media, Trump's Usual Defenders, Struggle To Explain Helsinki

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FCC Blocks Sinclair-Tribune Deal

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A U.S. Border Patrol agent keeps watch at a gate on the U.S.-Mexico border fence near San Benito, Texas. Loren Elliott/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Poll: Where You Watch TV News Predicts Your Feelings On Immigration

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The Reporting Before The Iraq War In 'Shock And Awe'

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'Weekend Edition' Bids Farewell To Editor Jordana Hochman

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Bill Shine's White House Appointment Underlines Deep Ties Between Fox News And Trump

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President Trump has the phone numbers of prominent Fox News personalities, says Vanity Fair's Gabriel Sherman. "He will call them to suggest story ideas or to compliment them, and when they go on the air, they are thinking of ways to speak directly to the president." Richard Drew/AP hide caption

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Journalist Sees 'Almost No Daylight' Between Fox News And White House Agendas

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Newly discovered aspects of Russia's active measures apparently reveal an effort to exploit Americans' greater trust in local news than in national news organizations. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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Russian Influence Campaign Sought To Exploit Americans' Trust In Local News

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Wa Lone, 32, speaks to reporters as police escort him from the courthouse following his pretrial hearing Monday in Yongon. He is one of two Reuters reporters charged with breaking the country's secrecy law, which carries the possibility of 14 years in prison. Myo Kyaw Soe/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Journalists set up in front of the U.S. Supreme Court building on Monday in anticipation of President Trump's announcing his next Supreme Court nomination Monday evening. Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images hide caption

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There Are Worries A Trade War Could Cost GOP Its Majority In Congress

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Media Coverage And The Supreme Court

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View Of Rebel-Held Areas Of Yemen From 'PBS NewsHour'

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