After Mueller Report, News Media Leaders Defend Their Work

After Mueller Report, News Media Leaders Defend Their Work

“Our job is to bring facts to light,” said Martin Baron, editor of The Washington Post. “Others make determinations about prosecutable criminal offenses.”

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Breaking the ‘Jeopardy!’ News (Without Spoiling the Story)

Ian Trontz, a Culture editor at The Times, explained how we approached our coverage of James Holzhauer’s defeat on “Jeopardy!”

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The Paparazzi Staked Outside Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner’s D.C. Home

Tabloid photographers are there when they leave for work, when they return at night, when Kim Kardashian West or Steven Mnuchin drops by.

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The Apollo 11 Mission Was Also a Global Media Sensation

The satellites were finally ready to beam images back to Earth in 1969. And some 600 million people watched the event live.

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Jeffrey Epstein Pitched a New Narrative. These Sites Published It.

In flattering news releases and promotional articles in National Review, Forbes and HuffPost, the disgraced financier tried to rehabilitate his image.

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