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Journalist Simeon Booker, center, is presented with a Phoenix Award at the 2010 Congressional Black Caucus Foundation's annual Legislative Conference Phoenix Awards Dinner in Washington, D.C. Ann Heisenfelt/AP hide caption

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MPR Cutting Ties With Longtime Business Partner Garrison Keillor

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ABC News And NBC News Dealing With Turmoil In The Aftermath Of Unrelated Incidents

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The show Current Time prepares to go on air in Washington, D.C.. The show is a joint production of Voice of America and Radio Free Europe and is among 10 U.S. outlets designated as foreign agents by Moscow on Tuesday. Bloomberg/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Chris Matthews speaks onstage at the 2015 Ripple Of Hope Awards in December 2015 in New York City. Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images for RFK Human Rights hide caption

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Chris Matthews On The 'Raging Spirit' Of Bobby Kennedy

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A T-shirt with the message "Rope. Tree. Journalist. SOME ASSEMBLY REQUIRED" rose to prominence days before last year's U.S. election. Until recently, it was offered for sale on Walmart's website. Screengrab of Walmart's website courtesy of RTNDA hide caption

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Russell Simmons, co-founder of the hip-hop label Def Jam, announced he would step down from the leadership of the businesses he founded. Vivien Killilea/Getty Images for Fast Company hide caption

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