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Detained Reuters journalists Kyaw Soe Oo and Wa Lone are escorted by police as they leave after a court hearing in Yangon, Myanmar, in August. Myanmar's top court rejected their appeal Tuesday, letting their seven-year prison term stand. Ann Wang/Reuters hide caption

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Mueller Report: How Truthful Has The Trump Administration Been?

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The photos of five people slain in the Capital Gazette newsroom adorn candles at a vigil in June. The attack was mentioned in the analysis of Reporters Without Borders' annual World Press Freedom Index. Jose Luis Magana/AP hide caption

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The writers' union says that talent agencies are taking too large a share in the deals they negotiate, and that conflicts of interest may prevent them from working in their clients' best interest. David Livingston/Getty Images hide caption

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Pulitzer-Prize Winner Darrin Bell On How Trayvon Martin's Death Inspired His Work

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2019 Pulitzer Prizes Are Announced By Columbia University

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