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A copy of Fire and Fury sits on display at a bookstore in Washington, D.C., on Friday. The book was rushed into bookstores and onto e-book platforms because of demand and the threat of a lawsuit from President Trump. Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Arthur Gregg (A.G.) Sulzberger will become publisher of The New York Times on Jan. 1. He'll be the sixth in the Ochs-Sulzberger family to serve in the role. Damon Winter/The New York Times hide caption

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More Women Come Forward To Accuse Russell Simmons Of Rape, Sexual Assault

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Michael Oreskes was hired to lead NPR's news and editorial operations in March 2015. Chuck Zoeller/AP hide caption

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NPR's Head Of News Placed On Leave After Past Harassment Allegations Surface

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Sarah Palin's suit centered on an editorial that drew a connection between the 2011 shooting that wounded Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and a map passed around by Palin's political action committee in 2010. Gerald Herbert/AP hide caption

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Michiko Kakutani (center) stands flanked by Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter and his son Ash at a party in New York City in 2008. Patrick McMullan via Getty Images hide caption

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Neil Cohen, who died at age 72. One of his books, The Law of Probation and Parole, has been cited by the Supreme Court. Courtesy of Riva Nelson hide caption

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Remembering 'Captain' Neil Cohen, Summer Camp Counselor And Sage

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Sarah Palin, shown at Politicon 2016 last June in Pasadena, Calif., has accused The New York Times of publishing a statement about her that it "knew to be false." Colin Young-Wolff/Invision/AP hide caption

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White House reporters line up Friday in Washington in hopes of attending a briefing in press secretary Sean Spicer's office. The off-camera briefing was limited mostly to pool reporters, broadcast networks and conservative-leaning outlets, with reporters for CNN, The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times and others denied entry. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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Chelsea Manning had been sentenced to 35 years for leaking military secrets to WikiLeaks. Civil liberties groups have praised President Obama's decision to commute the sentence, but some Republican leaders are outraged. AP hide caption

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Apple Pulls 'The New York Times' From Its App Store In China

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Retired Marine Gen. James E. Cartwright arrives at U.S. District Court in Washington on Monday. Cartwright pleaded guilty to a single count of making false statements to federal investigators seeking the source of a leak of classified information. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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Real estate magnate Donald Trump stands above the New York Stock Exchange after taking his flagship Trump Plaza Casino public in New York City. Trump's business losses in 1995 were so large that they could have allowed him to avoid paying federal income taxes for as many as 18 years, according to records obtained by The New York Times. Kathy Willens/AP hide caption

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'New York Times' Editor: 'We Owed It To Our Readers' To Call Trump Claims Lies

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Workers prepare a camera platform inside Quicken Loans Arena in preparation for the Republican National Convention on Tuesday, June 28, 2016, in Cleveland. Mark Gillispie/AP hide caption

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Corey Lewandowski listens (at left) as Donald Trump speaks at a campaign news conference in Palm Beach, Fla., earlier this year. Gerald Herbert/AP hide caption

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Trump Ousts Embattled Campaign Manager

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