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Civil War at Voice Of America

Robert R. Reilly led Voice of America briefly under President George W. Bush. Here they're shown at a VOA anniversary celebration in February 2002. J. SCOTT APPLEWHITE/ASSOCIATED PRESS hide caption

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Elez Biberaj was acting director of Voice of America until Tuesday, when he accepted a demotion rather than retire. Voice of America hide caption

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VOA Director Forced Aside In Drive To Embed Trump Loyalists Before Biden Era

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An investigation by political appointees into Steve Herman, the Voice of America's White House bureau chief, for anti-Trump bias is the latest act that may break federal laws promising its journalistic independence. Voice of America hide caption

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VOA White House Reporter Investigated For Anti-Trump Bias By Political Appointees

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U.S. Agency for Global Media CEO Michael Pack may have breached a firewall meant to insulate Voice of America journalism from political meddling. U.S. Agency for Global Media hide caption

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At Voice of America, Trump Appointee Sought Political Influence Over Coverage

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The Voice of America building, shown Monday, in Washington, D.C. VOA has increasingly been a target of the Trump administration. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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Trump's New Foreign Broadcasting CEO Fires News Chiefs, Raising Fears Of Meddling

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