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Jury selection began Wednesday in a defamation case over ABC News' 2012 reports on a South Dakota meat producer's lean, finely textured beef product, which critics dubbed "pink slime." Nati Harnik/AP hide caption

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'Pink Slime' Trial Begins, But It's The News Media Under The Microscope

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Then-anchor and Managing Editor of the CBS Evening News Scott Pelley hosts the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation's 60th Anniversary Gala in November 2015 in New York. Pelley is leaving the program and will focus more on his work for 60 Minutes. Cindy Ord/Getty Images hide caption

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Internal Tensions Flare And Ratings Dominance Ebbs At Fox News

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What Happens When Journalism Gets Physical

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Pizza, From One Newspaper To Another

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President Trump walks during a G-7 session in the Sicilian town of Taormina, Italy. Andrew Medichini/AP hide caption

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In A President's First 100 Days, The News Is Rarely Good

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Sean Hannity tours the White House briefing room in January. Though he has lost a handful of advertisers after promoting a groundless story, Fox News has stood by its star pundit. Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'Dallas Morning News' Apologizes For 40-Year-Old 'Star Wars' Error

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A man dressed in a Chewbacca costume throws his arms aloft in what can only be a confounding mix of emotions: triumph, sure — but also righteous indignation at all the decades lost to reckless misspelling. Elaine Thompson/AP hide caption

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DNC Staffer's Murder Illustrates How Conspiracy Theorists Spread Fake News

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Democratic candidate Jon Ossoff speaks with the media in Atlanta on Apr. 18 as he runs against Republican Karen Handel to replace Tom Price, who is now the secretary of Health and Human Services. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Ad War Means Local TV Stations Win Big In Georgia's Special Election

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