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Fox News Names Roger Ailes' Replacements

Rupert Murdoch has selected a new leadership team of longtime network executives. Bill Shine and Jack Abernethy will be co-presidents. Ailes was forced out amid sexual harassment charges.
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Trump Grabs Recent Media Headlines But They're Mostly Negative

The vast majority of political headlines have been about Donald Trump. Hillary Clinton is fine with the attention Trump has been getting because the stories have been dragging down his poll numbers.
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Huffington Post Founder Moves On To New Online Startup

Arianna Huffington, who established the news site in 2005, is going to focus on Thrive Global. She says it will address health and striking a balance between work and personal life.
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Why Are The Media Obsessed With Trump's Controversies And Not Clinton's?

While less than shocking by Washington standards, the latest emails between Clinton Foundation and State Department staff underscore existing concerns about Hillary Clinton's ethics and transparency.
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Challenges For The Media In Covering Donald Trump

Reporters and editors across America are grappling with how to cover Donald Trump. His unorthodox presidential campaign and what some call dangerous rhetoric have led journalists to debate the value of objectivity. We discuss the media's challenges in covering Donald Trump.

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Amid Crackdown, China's Last Liberal Magazine Fights For Survival

Journalists are fighting to keep alive one of China's leading liberal publications, a modern history journal that's made bold calls for democratic reform. Their prospects don't look good.
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The Lawsuit Against Former Fox News Chairman Roger Ailes And Sexual Harassment In The Workplace

More than 20 women have come forward to allege inappropriate behavior by former Fox News chairman Roger Ailes. The latest on the case that led to his abrupt departure and the challenges of confronting harassment and intimidation in the workplace.

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'Dallas Morning News' Editor Explains The Art Of Out-Of-Office Replies

NPR's Kelly McEvers talks with Dallas Morning News book editor Michael Merschel, who explains the origins of his creative out-of-office replies, and why it's important to be thoughtful in anything you write.
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Why Doesn't Hillary Clinton Have More Press Conferences?

Clinton has come under attack from journalists and Donald Trump for her failure to have press conferences. There's a strategy — and a historic context, too.
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Across Presidential Campaign History, 'Manliness And The Presidency Is A Real Theme'

Steve Inskeep talks with John Dickerson — of CBS's "Face the Nation" — about his new book of presidential campaign history called "Whistlestop."

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