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Lilian Tintori, second row center, in white top, the wife of jailed opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez, takes part in a demonstration in Caracas on Aug. 31. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro vowed Tuesday to jail opposition leaders if they incite violence during upcoming protests seeking a referendum on removing him from power. Federico Parra/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Late Journalism Legend Daniel Schorr Would Be 100 Years Old This Week

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Hillary Clinton, seen on a TV camera monitor in 2013, has been criticized for not holding more press conferences. Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Has Hillary Clinton Actually Been Dodging The Press?

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Hillary Clinton's April Interviews Offer Insight Into Media Strategy

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Atlanta Paper Investigates Doctors Who Sexually Abuse Patients

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NBC's Bob Costas interviews the gold-medal winning U.S. gymnastics team in Rio on Aug. 9: Madison Kocian (from left), Laurie Hernandez, Gabby Douglas, Aly Raisman, Simone Biles. NBC broadcast more than 6,000 hours from the games on various platforms, but TV ratings were down from the 2012 London Games. NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images hide caption

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NBC Declares Rio A 'Media' Success, Though TV Ratings Were Down

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NBC Makes It Easier For The Blind To Join In The Rio Games

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The Journalist Who Blew The Whistle On Russia's Alleged State-Run Doping Program

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U.S. Swimmer Ryan Lochte sits down with NBC's Today show host Matt Lauer in an exclusive interview Saturday night to address the "robbery," at a gas station that Rio police later discredited as a fabricated story. NBC News/YouTube hide caption

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(Left to right) Former Fox News chief Roger Ailes in 2012; Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz in 2015; and former Enron Chief Executive Jeffrey Skilling in 2006. Stephen Lovekin, Andrew Burton, Johnny Hanson/Getty Images hide caption

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How To Write A Resignation Letter In The Middle Of A Scandal

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