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The practice of journalism has rarely been more critical - or at greater risk - in the United States. Never before has a president of this nation so aggressively attempted to delegitimize and even threaten established news organizations that produce stories that undermine the narrative he is trying to create. Public distrust of the media did not begin with the election of Donald Trump, but his constant drumbeat of "fake news" and claims of fabrication have only galvanized it. [Read More]
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CBS News suspends Charlie Rose; PBS and Bloomberg to halt production and distribution of talk show following sexual harassment report... [Read More]
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Fulfilling a pledge he made after he won the 2016 election, President Donald Trump is shutting down the Donald J. Trump Foundation. [Read More]
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The White House isn't saying that President Donald Trump supports Roy Moore. But Trump's aides are openly acknowledging something close: They need Moore's Republican vote in the Senate. [Read More]
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The US conducted airstrikes targeting opium processing labs in Afghanistan Sunday, Pentagon spokesman Lt. Col. Michael Andrews tells CNN. [Read More]
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Queen Sugar's shining star Rutina Wesley announced her engagement to New Orleans' Chef Shonda via her Instagram page. Wesley, who divorced Jacob Fishel in 2013, plays the headstrong and worldly Nova on Ava DuVernay's hit show, which is filmed in Louisiana. [Read More]
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A little boy who captivated the country with his valiant battle against cancer has lost the fight of his life. Jacob Thompson, 9, died Sunday after combating neuroblastoma for four years. His family, after being told the boy would not make it to Dec. 25, celebrated Christmas in November, complete with a decorated tree in his hospital room in Bangor, Maine, and a visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus. His final wish was for holiday cards, and he received them by the thousands from strangers all over the world. Jacob loved penguins and his parents urged mourners to... [Read More]
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A new tax filing by the Donald J. Trump Foundation confirms it plans to dissolve once a probe by the New York attorney general is complete. [Read More]
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After years of being shielded from deportation from the United States while their disaster-prone country continues to recover from its devastating 2010 earthquake, tens of thousands of Haitians will now …... [Read More]
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KeyBanc Capital Markets says game publishers should raise prices for its titles due to the medium's low cost per hour of entertainment. [Read More]
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A Justice Department lawsuit to be block the merger would set up a showdown over the first blockbuster acquisition to come before the Trump administration. [Read More]
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Officials say a medical helicopter has crashed in rural Arkansas, killing all three people on board. [Read More]
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Despite the occasional outburst, it's largely been a hot-take-inducing, ship-abandoning start to Lonzo Ball's highly publicized NBA career... [Read More]
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We surveyed 112 Puerto Rican funeral homes to check the accuracy of the official hurricane death toll. This is what we found. [Read More]
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President Donald Trump took to Twitter to criticize Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch early Monday morning. [Read More]
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The Justice Department is set to file a lawsuit to block AT&T's takeover of Time Warner, the parent company of CNN, a source familiar with the matter says. [Read More]
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A leak was detected Saturday in the 30-inch Keystone I pipeline. Calgary-based owner TransCanada shut the pipeline down and sent a clean-up crew to carry out remediation work. So far, there's been no estimate of how much oil was spilled. While... [Read More]
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Fox News host Jeanine Pirro was ticketed for driving nearly 120 mph in upstate New York, according to authorities. [Read More]
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PBS has announced that it will suspend Charlie Rose's eponymous show after eight women accused the longtime TV personality of sexual harassment, his alleged offenses ranging from groping his female employees to walking naked in front of them to forcing them into lewd phone calls, according to a new report in the Washington Post. [Read More]
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The veteran journalist has been hit with allegations of groping, unwanted sexual advances and exposure. [Read More]
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