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Washington Week remembers Gwen Ifill

November 14, 2017
Gwen Ifill passed away one year ago, but her legacy as a trailblazer and journalist certainly lives on.

Celebrating 70 years of ‘Meet the Press’

November 10, 2017
Happy 70th anniversary to our friends at "Meet the Press."

Protest vs. Patriotism debate continues after President Trump's NFL comments

September 29, 2017
The panelists discuss President Trump’s criticism of the NFL and where the movement is headed.
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Trump threatens government shutdown at Arizona rally

August 23, 2017
Eamon Javers | CNBC
Highlights of Tuesday's rally in Arizona, where President Trump defended his Charlottesville comments, and took aim at NAFTA and the media.
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DOJ Announces Crackdown On Leaks As Intelligence Agencies' Calls For Probes Triple

August 7, 2017
Carrie Johnson | NPR
The Justice Department has experienced an "explosion" in the number of referrals, or requests for probes, this year from intelligence agencies over the leak of classified information, prompting the attorney general to consider whether to loosen regulations on when it can subpoena media organizations.

Trump's fake TIME cover, backlash for tweets about a cable anchor and the future of Planned Parenthood funding

June 30, 2017
Fake TIME Magazine covers featuring President Trump are found hanging in his golf resorts.

Kushner's role, Clinton blames DNC, Biden launches a PAC, and freedom of the press threatened

June 2, 2017
TIME Magazine dubbed Donald Trump adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner "the good son."
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Kushner’s Russia ties questioned as Trump cites media ‘lies’

May 30, 2017
Vivian Salama, Hope Yen | Associated Press
President Trump, having returned from a nine-day overseas trip, immediately railed against administration leaks, calling them “fabricated lies,” in a flurry of tweets.
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Greg Gianforte, U.S. House Candidate, Charged After Incident With Reporter

May 25, 2017
| The Wall Street Journal
A Montana Republican U.S. House candidate, on the eve of a closely watched special election, was charged with misdemeanor assault after a physical altercation with a reporter who confronted him with a question in his campaign office.
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