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Obama Acknowledges News Industry In Transition

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Donald Trump Wants To 'Open Up' Libel Laws So He Can Sue News Outlets

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British newspaper the Independent announced it will move to a digital-only format later this month. Dan Kitwood/Getty Images hide caption

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Whither Bridget Jones? Britain's 'Independent' Newspaper Goes Digital

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Florida Jury Sides With Hulk Hogan In Gawker Sex Tape Case

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The Puzzles In Covering Trump: How The Media Approach His Campaign

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Hulk Hogan Awarded $115 Million In Sex Tape Lawsuit Against Gawker

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Former professional wrestler Hulk Hogan stands with one of his lawyers just after his civil suit against Gawker Media went to the jury. The panel awarded him $115 million in damages on Friday. Boyzell Hosey/AP hide caption

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BuzzFeed's K-File (from left: Andrew Kaczynski, Nathan McDermott, Megan Apper and Chris Massie) has been covering the 2016 election by revealing the candidates' contradictions, hypocrises and misstatements. Lauren Zaser/BuzzFeed hide caption

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The BuzzFeed Buzz Saw: Why Campaigns Should Fear These Four 20-Somethings

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Reporter Michelle Fields resigned from Breitbart last night; she's seen here to the left of Donald Trump, at the campaign event that sparked an assault allegation last Tuesday. The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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Cokie Roberts talks about her book Capital Dames on ABC's Good Morning America with George Stephanopoulos last April. Roberts left her position as a full-time staffer at NPR in 1992 but has regularly appeared on the air as a commentator. Fred Lee/ABC via Getty Images hide caption

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NPR Clarifies Cokie Roberts' Role After Anti-Trump Column

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Caila Quinn shares the details of her disappointment on the March 7 "The Women Tell All" follow-up to ABC's The Bachelor. Some fans are rooting for her to be named the new lead of The Bachelorette on Monday night. Kelsey McNeal/ABC via Getty Images hide caption

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What Would It Mean To Have A 'Hapa' Bachelorette?

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'The Obama Doctrine': Examining White House Foreign Policy

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