The decision follows revelations that he was far more involved in the crisis-management efforts of former Gov. Andrew Cuomo, than previously known.

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Just-released documents detail the anchor's involvement in the political activities of his brother, former New York governor Andrew Cuomo.

The Anti-Defamation League and American Jewish Committee are among the groups condemning the former “60 Minutes” correspondent.

Americans must understand the existential threat facing local news outlets, writes Margaret Sullivan.

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Host of 'Special Report' on Fox News prefers to ask, rather than to answer, the questions.

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A look back at the Steele dossier on features a rather large omission.

Acquitted after fatally shooting two men, Rittenhouse has been valorized in conservative circles. On Fox News, he found common ground and a few laughs with his host.

Called a “vulture” fund by its critics, Alden Global Capital has set its sights on Lee Enterprises, which owns dozens of local new outlets.

Conservative writers Jonah Goldberg and Stephen Hayes said “the voices of the responsible are being drowned out by the irresponsible” at Fox.

He was present at the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, covered wars around the globe and caught the future Princess Diana in a stalled car.

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“I did not approve of that,” attorney Mark Richards said of the Fox Nation film crew, hours after his client was acquitted of all charges. “I threw them out of the room several times. I don’t think a film crew is appropriate for something like this.”

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A drastic step for an organization that claims to produce journalism.

The order is temporary for now, but press freedom advocates say it violates First Amendment principles long upheld by the Supreme Court.

Boomer nostalgia and sense of mortality add up to huge readership numbers when a celebrity dies — and competitive obit writers are increasingly stocking up in advance.

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There is a dearth of information about what prompted the FBI raid last weekend at the apartment of James O'Keefe. Even so, there are reasons to be wary of what went down.

Known to legions of radio listeners for her exuberant coverage of literature and culture, she was a self-described “resident nerd” at NPR.

Raquel Coronell Uribe, of Miami, will oversee a storied publication founded in 1873 and whose alumni include Franklin D. Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy and journalist Linda Greenhouse.

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Did the former British intelligence officer really have an impressive network of sources?

New reporting and the recent indictment of a dossier contributor led The Post to decide it could no longer stand by the stories.

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Disclosure comes as James O'Keefe's organization faces a December trial over its sting against a Democratic consulting firm.

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