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'New York Times' Accuses China Of Being Behind Hacking

Chinese computer hackers have been infiltrating the computer systems of The New York Times for the last four months, according to the paper. Renee Montagne talks to Nicole Perlroth, a Times reporter who covers cyber security.
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Facebook Co-Founder Chris Hughes Redesigns 'New Republic'

Chris Hughes, 29, is the 98-year-old magazine's publisher. He's facing the same challenges other print media owners do: How to marry in-depth news articles with screens that seem to be getting smaller and smaller. Hughes tells Steve Inskeep it's a task he's prepared to tackle.
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Following Through On FOIA: Progress And Pitfalls

Kojo explores the legal and practical questions behind filing Freedom of Information requests, and what you can expect from both federal and local authorities.

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Sports Calendar's Black Hole Gives Us Time To Reflect On Sportswriters

Aside from basketball, it's a pretty quiet sports week, which means, it's a pretty quiet week for sportswriters. Commentator Frank Deford says it's a perfect opportunity to recognize their work, and cut them some slack.
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The Manti Te'o Story: Why The News Media Let Its Guard Down

The media lionized the football star amid stories of his perseverance after the death of his girlfriend. Now the girlfriend's existence has been called into question, casting an unflattering light on the practices of the media.

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