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The Washington Post published video of reporter Stephanie McCrummen (left) speaking to Jaime Phillips, who claimed to be a source for a story about embattled politician Roy Moore. Days later, members of the paper's staff watched Phillips walk into the offices of activist James O'Keefe's Project Veritas organization. The Washington Post/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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David Folkenflik on 'Morning Edition'

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Questions Raised About O'Keefe's Editing Of NPR Sting Video

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Larry Abramson, reporting on 'Morning Edition'

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