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Journalist Haynes Johnson Dead At 81

Journalist Haynes Johnson, who helped redefine political news reporting in Washington, has died at 81.

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Print Media Thrives In Myanmar Where Internet Is Limited

Although print media is often seen as past its prime in the U.S. and Europe, in many Asian countries such as China and India newspapers are thriving and expanding. One example is Myanmar, also known as Burma, where only 1 percent of the people have access to the Internet, and private daily newspapers are rushing into print after decades of being banned.
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News Corp. Board Approves Company Split

The plan, first announced last year, would break up the company's publishing and entertainment arms, and satisfy investors who are put off by the slow growth of its newspapers.
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Microsoft Reveals New Xbox One Game System

Microsoft unveiled its new Xbox One Tuesday, displaying a device that takes new steps in game consoles' journey into becoming all-purpose entertainment and communication devices. The new console replaces the Xbox 360, which has been on the market for more than seven years.
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Fox News Reporter James Rosen Caught Up In Federal Probe

There is word of another controversial leak investigation by the Department of Justice. The target is Fox News reporter James Rosen, who was monitored by the department after breaking a story about North Korea's nuclear weapons program in 2009.
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ABC's Karl Expresses Regret, But Stands By Benghazi Story

The White House correspondent's story about administration emails created an uproar. Then a key part of it turned out to be wrong.
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How The Syria Debate Is Playing Out In The Middle East

Host Rachel Martin talks with Ramez Maluf, professor of journalism at Lebanese American University in Beirut, about different views in Arab media on the Syrian conflict.
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Local Story Shows 'Plain Dealer' Prowess, But Future's Murky

NPR's Scott Simon talks to Connie Schultz, former columnist and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist for the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Starting this summer, the paper's owners will be reducing home delivery to three days a week and making huge cuts in the newsroom staff.

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