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Rush To Judgment: Advertisers Flee Limbaugh's Show

Advertisers and conservative commentators have denounced the undisputed king of political radio talk in the wake of sexually charged comments he made about a Georgetown law student. It is far from Limbaugh's first such episode, but two things make this incident stand out: the nature of the target and the timing of his comments.
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SuperPAC Ads Fill Airwaves On Eve Of Super Tuesday

The candidates are spending modestly, but the superPACs are out in full force in Ohio and elsewhere. They've already shelled out $12 million for ads — most of them negative — in Super Tuesday states.
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Limbaugh Apology Doesn't Slow Controversy

Days after apologizing for his comments about a Georgetown University law student, Rush Limbaugh was back on the air Monday afternoon. He lost several advertising sponsors and upset Republican officials with his very personal attack on the student who had spoken out for insurance coverage of contraception.
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4 Survival Strategies For Struggling Newspapers

Newspapers have chased audiences and advertisers to the Web and other digital platforms, where they are finding strong growth. But that transition has been rocky. A new study from the Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism suggests there are ways to make the leap.
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Limbaugh Apologizes For Insulting Law Student

The conservative radio host had called Sandra Fluke a "slut" and a "prostitute" after she testified on Capitol Hill that insurers should provide no-cost contraception.
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Conservative Publisher Breitbart Dead At 43

Conservative publisher Andrew Breitbart died Thursday in Los Angeles. For more on the Breitbart's life, Steve Inskeep talks with Dave Weigel of Slate.com.

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