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1. 2017-04-19 Fox News: Bill O'Reilly out after harassment claims USA
C. 2017-02-25 Trump to skip White House correspondents' dinner White House, Washington
D. 2017-02-24 White House bans certain news media from briefing White House, Washington
E. 2017-02-18 Donald Trump savages media at Florida rally Florida
F. 2017-01-21 Trump attacks 'dishonest' media over crowd photos Washington
6. 2016-07-21 Fox News boss Roger Ailes resigns amid sexual harassment charges New Jersey
H. 2016-07-09 Killing Fields journalist Sydney Schanberg dies at 82 Poughkeepsie, New York
8. 2016-03-10 Ex-Putin aide Mikhail Lesin died of 'blunt force trauma'
2015-08-26 Shooter Flanagan 'a human powder keg'

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Fox News: Bill O'Reilly out after harassment claims


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Apr. 19   USA
  Presenter Bill O'Reilly has been dropped from Fox News over sexual harassment claims, the company says


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Feb.25   Washington
  US President Donald Trump has announced he will not attend the White House Correspondents' Association dinner on 29 April

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Feb.18   Florida


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Jan.21   Washington
  President Donald Trump has accused the media of dishonestly reporting the size of the crowd at his inauguration


year 2016 Top ^

Jul.21   New Jersey Fox News boss Roger Ailes resigns amid sexual harassment charges  Roger Ailes, the long-time boss of Fox News, has resigned after a number of female employees accused him of sexual harassment Jul.9   New York Killing Fields journalist Sydney Schanberg dies at 82   US journalist, whose reporting inspired the Oscar-winning Hollywood film, The Killing Fields, has died at the age of 82, the New York Times ... Mar.10   Washington   Ex-Putin aide Mikhail Lesin died of 'blunt force trauma'   A former aide to Russian President Vladimir Putin, who was found dead in the US last year, died of blunt force trauma to the head, officials...

year 2015 Top ^

Aug.26   Virginia Shooter Flanagan 'a human powder keg'
Map of Bridgewater Plaza Moneta Virginia Virginia
  Vester Flanagan shot dead two WDBJ7 journalists on live TV in of Virginia sent a rambling fax to ABC News shortly after the attack
 The two people killed were WDBJ7 reporter Alison Parker and cameraman Adam Ward
Feb.10   USA Jon Stewart to leave Daily Show   The host of Comedy Central's The Daily Show, will step down later this year, the president of the network has confirmed Feb.7   USA NBC anchor Brian Williams 'temporarily' steps down
  US anchor has said he is temporarily taking himself off air, days after apologising for wrongly saying he came under fire in Iraq

year 2014 Top ^

Oct.21   Washington US journalist Ben Bradlee dies at 93  Bradlee, editor of Washington Post during Watergate scandal, dies aged 93, newspaper says Aug.21   USA   ISIS militants threatened to kill journalist in email to family
  In the days before journalist James Foley was brutally beheaded by a member of ISIS, an e-mail sent to Foley's family threatened his execution Mar.6   USA   Ex-'Russia Today' anchor says network is 'propaganda' for Putin  Liz Wahl quit live on the air Wednesday in protest of Russia's military intervention in Ukraine

year 2013 Top ^

Aug.27   New York New York Times website 'hacked'
Aug.15   Washington Washington Post and CNN hit by hack Jul.20   Washington US journalist Helen Thomas dies at 92 Jul.17   New York Rolling Stone cover sparks outrage Jun.6   Massachusetts New York Post sued for Boston story May.31   Washington Eric Holder 'concessions' to US media May.30   Washington US media boycott of Eric Holder meeting

year 2011 Top ^

Jul.29   New York New York Post told to 'preserve' info  News Corp. has ordered New York Post employees to 'preserve and maintain' documents related to possible phone hacking or bribery Jul.14   FBI FBI to probe Murdoch's company   A report that employees or associates may have attempted to hack into phone conversations and voice mail of September 11 survivors

year 2010 Top ^

Jul.28   North Mexico Four journalists held hostage   The four were abducted in the Laguna region, where the Zetas criminal group and the Sinaloa cartel have been fighting

year 2007 Top ^

Jun.3   New Hampshire US Democrats appear in TV debate  Democratic presidential contenders are in New Hampshire for their 2nd head-to-head live debate ahead of the 2008 election Apr.18   Virginia Gunman sent final video   Cho Seung-hui who shot dead at least 30 people at Virginia Tech sent a package to the NBC News on the day of the shootings

year 2006 Top ^

Feb.8   Washington   Syria, Rice face off over prophet cartoon
  Secretary of State began sparring with the Syrian government over the deadly protests

year 2005 Top ^

Nov.30   Washington Report: U.S. buys positive press in Iraq
  One of the programs reportedly paid a consulting firm and Iraqi newspapers to plant favorable stories Sep.30   USA CIA agent case reporter in court  New York Times journalist Judith Miller has begun testifying before a grand jury May.15   Washington Newsweek backs off Quran story
  The report that U.S. interrogators desecrated copies of the Quran blamed for sparking violent riots in Afghanistan


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