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10-30 Russia-linked posts 'reached' 126m Facebook users in US San Francisco Bay Area
C. 09-06 Facebook uncovers Russia-funded misinformation San Francisco Bay Area
D. 07-31 Anthony Scaramucci sacked as Trump media chief White House, Washington
E. 04-29 Trump attacks US media at 100-day rally Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
F. 04-19 Fox News: Bill O'Reilly out after harassment claims USA
G. 02-25 Trump to skip White House correspondents' dinner White House, Washington
H. 02-24 White House bans certain news media from briefing White House, Washington
I. 02-18 Donald Trump savages media at Florida rally Melbourne, FL, Florida

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Russia-linked posts 'reached' 126m Facebook users in US
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  San Francisco Bay Area: Facebook has said as many as 126 million American users may have seen content uploaded by Russia-based operatives over the last two years
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Russia-linked posts 'reached' 126m Facebook users in US


October 2017 ... more > Top ^
Oct. 30
  San Francisco Bay Area: Facebook has said as many as 126 million American users may have seen content uploaded by Russia-based operatives over the last two years
Oct.8 Russia warns it may restrict US media within its borders  Moscow: Russian officials have accused Washington of unfairly targeting the U.S. operations of RT

September 2017 ... more > Top ^
Sep.6 Facebook uncovers Russia-funded misinformation  San Francisco Bay Area: Facebook says it has discovered a Russian-funded campaign to promote divisive social and political messages on its network

July 2017 ... more > Top ^
Jul.31   Anthony Scaramucci sacked as Trump media chief
Map of White House USA  Washington: White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci has been fired after fewer than 10 days in the post

April 2017 ... more > Top ^
Apr.29 Trump attacks US media at 100-day rally
Map of Harrisburg Pennsylvania  Pennsylvania: US President has launched a scathing attack on the media during a rally. He told supporters that he was keeping 'one promise after another' Apr.19 Fox News: Bill O'Reilly out after harassment claims
  Presenter Bill O'Reilly has been dropped from Fox News over sexual harassment claims, the company says

February 2017 ... more > Top ^
Feb.25   Trump to skip White House correspondents' dinner   Washington: US President Donald Trump has announced he will not attend the White House Correspondents' Association dinner on 29 April Feb.24 White House bans certain news media from briefing
. Washington Feb.18 Donald Trump savages media at Florida rally

January 2017 ... more > Top ^
Jan.21 Trump attacks 'dishonest' media over crowd photos   Washington: President Donald Trump has accused the media of dishonestly reporting the size of the crowd at his inauguration

year 2016 Top ^

Jul.21 Fox News boss Roger Ailes resigns amid sexual harassment charges
. New Jersey Jul.9 Killing Fields journalist Sydney Schanberg dies at 82. New York Mar.10 Ex-Putin aide Mikhail Lesin died of 'blunt force trauma'. Washington

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Feb.10 Jon Stewart to leave Daily Show
Feb.7 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

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Dec.6 US reporter charged by Iran court
. Tehran Oct.21 US journalist Ben Bradlee dies at 93. Washington Aug.21   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 executi... Jul.24 Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian 'held in Iran'. Tehran  Ukrainian journalist working for CNN detained by pro-Russian rebels Mar.6  Ex-'Russia Today' anchor says network is 'propaganda' for Putin Feb.25 Paper ripped for 'anti-Semitic' caricature of Facebook's Zuckerberg. Munich

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Aug.27  New York Times website 'hacked' May.13 AP condemns US phone records seizure
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Oct.25 New York Times blocked over Wen Jiabao  China: The New York Times' website is being blocked inside China after it published an investigation into wealth accumulated by relatives of Chinese... Sep.20 US anti-film ads on Pakistani TV
May.2 News Corp. board backs Murdoch. New York Feb.22   Two Western journalists killed in Syria Map of Homs Syria
  Marie Colvin, a American foreign correspondent for London's The Sunday Times, and war photographer Remi Ochlik, 28, were killed in shelling in Homs.    Ochlik had covered conflicts from Haiti to Libya, and won first prize in the World Press Photo general news ca...
Jan.19 Gingrich fury at 'vicious' media. North Carolina

year 2011 Top ^

Jul.29 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 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 Jul.12 US senator requests hacking probe
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Dec.24 Cuba begins to publish U.S. documents


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Jun.8 Mercy plea for held US reporters
. North Korea Jun.7 Reporters get 12-year terms in N. Korea
   North Korea: Two U.S. journalists who were detained in North Korea while covering the plight of defectors have been sentenced to 12 years in labor camps
May.9 Iran court hears reporter appeal
Apr.25 Saberi 'on hunger strike' in Iran Apr.23 US women 'face North Korea trial'  Journalists Euna Lee, a Korean-American, and Laura Ling, a Chinese-American, were arrested by North Korea near its border with China Mar.18 North Korea 'holds US reporters'

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Jul.15 First Guantanamo video released


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Nov.20 McClellan: I misled media 'unknowingly'
. Washington Jun.3 US Democrats appear in TV debate. New Hampshire Apr.26 Democratic contenders in TV debate Apr.19 Police 'regret' at killer's video. Virginia Feb.6 U.S. 'friendly fire' video revealed. London

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Oct.30 Pentagon mounts media offensive
. Washington Feb.15   New Abu Ghraib images broadcast   Australia: An Australian TV channel has broadcast previously unpublished images showing US abuse of prisoners Feb.8   Syria, Rice face off over prophet cartoon  Washington: Secretary of State began sparring with the Syrian government over the deadly protests

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


year 2004 Top ^

Mar.28   Protests as U.S. closes Iraqi paper
  Several thousand Iraqis protested the closure of Al Hawsa for 60 days, chanting anti-U.S. slogans Feb.8  Bush sets case as 'war president'

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Jan.31  Paper pleads for kidnapped journalist

year 2001 Top ^

Dec.23  Giuliani is Person of the Year Oct.14  Taleban show bomb devastation
before year 2000
May. 9, 1754 Benjamin Franklin's 'Join or Die,' newspaper cartoon published
  Philadelphia: First published in his Pennsylvania Gazette. The earliest known pictorial representation of colonial union produced by a British colonist in America