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Oprah Winfrey listens as then-President Obama introduces her during a presentation ceremony for the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2013 at the White House. Brooks Kraft/Corbis via Getty Images hide caption

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David Frum: 'How Donald Trump Could Build An Autocracy In The U.S.'

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An exhibition at The Getty Center in Los Angeles features some 200 works of news-inspired art, dating back to the 1960s. Above, The Air Power of the World from Masao Mochizuki's 1976 "Television" series. Wilson Centre for Photography/Masao Mochizuki, courtesy of Osiris hide caption

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'Breaking News' Artists Use Mass Media As Their Medium

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'Start Calling Lies What They Are,' Says Conservative Columnist

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Journalist Roundtable: How Should Media Cover Trump's Administration

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Motivated Reasoning: A Philosopher On Confirmation Bias

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Actress Mary Tyler Moore filming First You Cry in 1978 in New York City. Marty Lederhandler/ASSOCIATED PRESS hide caption

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Remembering Mary Tyler Moore, Whose Sunny Smile Masked Steel

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As Trump Adviser Calls Media 'Opposition Party,' ProPublica Journalists Ask For Help

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White House Strategist Steve Bannon Sets Up Fight With News Media

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A shot of the crime haiku, smack in the middle of the popular "Cops and Robbers" section of The Enterprise-Tocsin. Courtesy of Charlie Smith hide caption

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President Trump, shown here in an ad for a Chinese magazine in Shanghai, continues to attack the integrity of reporters who challenge him — even as he keeps making false claims. Johannes Eisele/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Judge Sides With University In Legal Fight With Student Newspaper

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President Trump spoke at CIA headquarters in Langley, Va., on Jan. 21. He blamed the media for reports that he is feuding with the intelligence services, after comparing them to Nazi Germany. Olivier Doulier/Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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NPR And The Word 'Liar': Intent Is Key

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