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There Are Times When Journalists Must Take A Stand, Jorge Ramos Says

Steve Inskeep talks to Univision anchor Jorge Ramos about his book, Take A Stand: Lessons From Rebels. Ramos will be one of the moderators at Wednesday's Washington Post-Univision Democratic debate.
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Hulk Hogan Testifies In His $100 Million Lawsuit Against Gawker

The former professional wrestler's case over Gawker's release of a sex tape raises big questions about freedom of expression, privacy and celebrity.
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Supreme Court Denies Apple's Appeal On E-Books, Triggering Millions In Payments

Apple must now pay $400 million to e-book purchasers. The case's roots date back at least six years, when Apple sold its first iPad models and sought to compete with books giant Amazon.
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McAuliffe Backs Off On FOIA Bill, Hopes Virginia Lawmakers Will Still Keep Death Chamber Secret

Should the state government have the ability to redact whole documents which contain exempt information? Virginia lawmakers have responded emphatically in the negative, and now the governor is backing off plans to amend that bill.

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Decades Later, 'Spy' Magazine Founders Continue To Torment Trump

No journalists have scrutinized Donald Trump more — or infuriated him more — than Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter and Studio 360 host Kurt Andersen during their days at Spy magazine.
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Turkish Courts Assign New Management To Opposition Newspaper

A court in Istanbul has ordered the Zaman newspaper, one of the few remaining opposition media outlets, to replace its leadership with court appointees.
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Farewell to Downton Abbey

The final episode of Downton Abbey airs on Masterpiece on PBS Sunday, March 6. We'll discuss the appeal of the international hit and look at the history that inspired this upstairs-downstairs British drama.

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Why McAuliffe Is At Odds With The Virginia General Assembly On FOIA

A bill aimed at tweaking the commonwealth's Freedom of Information Act to make the state better at transparency has bipartisan support that is rare in the state. We look at why the governor is making changes.

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Journalists Struggle To Describe Trump's Racially Charged Rhetoric

As more critics point to an undercurrent of bigotry in some of Donald Trump's statements, journalists grapple with how to characterize what he says — and what he means.
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Chinese Newspaper Editor Fired Over 'Hidden' Headline Message

The headlines looked like everyday fare: coverage of a speech by President Xi Jinping and a politician's funeral. But a read of the characters vertically showed something else.

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