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Fox News Commentator Alan Colmes, who had a great quote about fighting fire in political debates, died this week at age 66. How should …

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I received an email offer for a print subscription discount, but then I noticed something about the cost of another option that made no sense.

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The JFK assassination in Dallas, Texas served as the birth of breaking news coverage on television. Here are 10 key moments.

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If it’s been a few weeks since you visited npr.org, you’ll find on your next visit the outlet decided to disable comments on its website.

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Facebook reversed a decision this week on its nudity policy with respect to a single photo after the social media giant received complaints of censorship.

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Hurricane Season runs through the end of November, but September is the peak month, which means weather forecasts get crazy this time of year.

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I can definitely remember where I was one year ago today when the Charleston church shooting left nine people dead. It’s hard in a …

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Morley Safer, who just retired from CBS’s ’60 Minutes,’ passed away at 84. Have you ever had a job you loved so much you’d …

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The so-called “liberal media” certainly didn’t do liberal darling Hillary Clinton any favors this week. Scott Pelley, anchor of the CBS Evening News asked Clinton …

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Fifty-two years ago tomorrow, President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. The JFK assassination marked the birth of breaking news on TV.

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When people complain about coverage of pending severe weather, what do they really want? Sustained winds within Hurricane Joaquin had strengthened enough for the …

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The way we consume news has changed over the years, but if you only read the headlines, you’re not getting the story. I was …

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