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Rev. Al Sharpton will be the new host for MSNBC's 6 p.m. timeslot beginning Monday. Becky Lettenberger/NPR hide caption

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Why The 'Anonymous' Hackers Do What They Do

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Andy Coulson, formerly editor of the tabloid News of the World, and later David Cameron's director of communications, speaks on a mobile phone in London on April 13, 2010. London police arrested Andy Coulson on July 8 in relation to Britain's tabloid phone-hacking scandal. Oli Scarff/AP hide caption

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Longhorn Network Gets NCAA's Attention

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Katie Eastman's first appearance on The Colbert Report wasn't her last. hide caption

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'Intrepid Cub Reporter' Living With A 'Colbert Bump'

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Ethnic Media Outlets Seek To Fill Coverage Gap

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Inflation: Not So Bad?

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