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  Trump to skip White House correspondents' dinner Map of White House USA
  Anthony Scaramucci sacked as Trump media chief Map of White House USA


July 2017 ... more > Top ^
Jul. 31
  White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci has been fired after fewer than 10 days in the post


February 2017 ... more > Top ^
Feb.25
  US President Donald Trump has announced he will not attend the White House Correspondents' Association dinner on 29 April

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January 2017 ... more > Top ^
Jan.21
  President Donald Trump has accused the media of dishonestly reporting the size of the crowd at his inauguration


year 2016 Top ^

Mar.10   Ex-Putin aide Mikhail Lesin died of 'blunt force trauma'
Map of Dupont Circle Washington DC USA  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 say

year 2014 Top ^

Dec.6 US reporter charged by Iran court   Tehran: A Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian, 38, who has been detained in Iran for more than four months has been formally charged Oct.21 US journalist Ben Bradlee dies at 93  Bradlee, editor of Washington Post during Watergate scandal, dies aged 93, newspaper says Jul.24 Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian 'held in Iran'   Tehran: Jason Rezaian, an American reporter for the Washington Post, and his wife appear to have been detained in Tehran, the newspaper said

year 2013 Top ^

Aug.15   Washington Post and CNN hit by hack  Websites belonging to the Washington Post, CNN, and Time magazine have been attacked by supporters of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad Jul.20 US journalist Helen Thomas dies at 92   Helen Thomas, a trailblazing journalist who covered the White House for nearly five decades, has died aged 92 May.31 Eric Holder 'concessions' to US media  Attorney General has made concessions on how he conducts criminal investigations of reporters, according to media executives May.30 US media boycott of Eric Holder meeting  A number of news organisations have declined to meet Att. Gen. to discuss leak investigations because the conversations would be off the rec... May.13 AP condemns US phone records seizure
  The Associated Press has described the government's secret seizure of its journalists' phone records as a 'massive and unprecedented intrusion' Mar.19   North Korean video shows imagined attack on Washington  A new propaganda video shows images of what appears to be an imagined missile attack on U.S. government buildings in Washington

year 2012 Top ^

Nov.14   Access revoked for Petraeus women  The US military has revoked access for two women at the heart of the scandal that led to resignation of General David Petraeus as CIA direct...

year 2011 Top ^

Jul.12 US senator requests hacking probe
  U.S. Senate: Committee Chairman Rockefeller has called for an investigation into whether reported hacking by News Corporation targeted any US citizens Mar.9 board asked NPR CEO to step down


year 2010 Top ^

Jul.19 Paper exposes US 'security flaws'


year 2009 Top ^

May.22 Journalist jailed by Iran returns to U.S.
May.14 Clinton hopeful for detained journalists

year 2007 Top ^

Nov.20 McClellan: I misled media 'unknowingly'  Ex-Bush aide Scott McClellan says Bush and Cheney were involved in his passing along false information about the leak of a CIA operative's i... May.27 Wolfowitz blames media for exit


year 2006 Top ^

Oct.30 Pentagon mounts media offensive  A new unit focuses on promoting its message across 24-hour rolling news, and particularly on the internet Jun.26 Bush blasts 'terror funds' report
Feb.8   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 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 CIA agent case reporter in court
   USA: New York Times journalist Judith Miller has begun testifying before a grand jury May.15 Newsweek backs off Quran story
  The report that U.S. interrogators desecrated copies of the Quran blamed for sparking violent riots in Afghanistan


year 2004 Top ^

Feb.8   Bush sets case as 'war president'  US President has issued an uncompromising message to voters in a rare extended TV interview


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2017-07-31 Anthony Scaramucci sacked as Trump media chief White House, Washington
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. 2017-01-21 Trump attacks 'dishonest' media over crowd photos Washington
5. 2016-03-10 Ex-Putin aide Mikhail Lesin died of 'blunt force trauma'
6. 2014-12-06 US reporter charged by Iran court Tehran
H. 2014-10-21 US journalist Ben Bradlee dies at 93 Washington
8. 2014-07-24 Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian 'held in Iran' Tehran
9. 2013-08-15 Washington Post and CNN hit by hack Washington


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