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At Least 11 Journalists Killed This Year In Mexico

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After 150 Years Serving Youngstown's Community, 'The Vindicator' Will Stop Publishing

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The Internet Saga That Followed A Tweet Comparing Bedbugs And A Columnist

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Nation's Largest Hispanic Journalist Group Drops Fox News Sponsorship

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Earlier this month, Jeffrey Epstein killed himself, authorities say, in federal prison as he faced criminal charges alleging sex trafficking of underage girls. New York State Sex Offender Registry via AP hide caption

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Why 'Vanity Fair' Story Left Out Abuse Allegations Against Epstein

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