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Publisher of Alaska's largest newspaper sued for unpaid rent

Aug 12, 2017

The publisher of Alaska's largest newspaper is being sued over nearly $1.4 million in unpaid rent and other fees on a building that still houses the printing press

The Latest: Alaska newspaper publisher responds to lawsuit

Aug 12, 2017

The publisher of Alaska's largest newspaper is responding to a lawsuit filed over alleged unpaid rent and other fees

Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows

Aug 11, 2017

Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows

Copenhagen police arrest sunken submarine's owner on suspicion of missing journalist's murder; suspect denies charges

Aug 11, 2017

Copenhagen police arrest sunken submarine's owner on suspicion of missing journalist's murder; suspect denies charges

Thai reporter probing corruption faces trespass charge

Aug 11, 2017

Thailand's main professional association of journalists has protested the arrest on trespassing charges of an reporter who was looking into the assets of a brother of one of the top members of the country's military government

AP PHOTOS: Editor selections from Latin America, Caribbean

Aug 11, 2017

AP PHOTOS: Venezuelan officials swear-in new constitutional assembly, Bolivia and Ecuador celebrate Independence days, and Mexicans prepare for Hurricane Franklin

Scaramucci, magazine at odds over his profanity-laced call

Aug 11, 2017

Anthony Scaramucci complains his profanity-laced phone call that preceded his ouster as White House communications director was recorded without his permission, but the magazine notes the law doesn't require his consent.

CNN fires commentator Jeffrey Lord over Nazi salute tweet

Aug 11, 2017

CNN fires conservative commentator Jeffrey Lord after he tweeted a Nazi salute at a critic; Lord says he was mocking the critic and respects the network

The Latest: Lord says he respects CNN, disagrees with firing

Aug 11, 2017

Conservative commentator Jeffrey Lord says he respects CNN and its journalists, but disagrees with the network's decision to fire him over a tweet in which he used a Nazi slogan

Politicians blocking people on social media ignites debate

Aug 10, 2017

Politicians at all levels are embracing social media to discuss government business, and their ability to block people from their accounts has led to debate about whether that violates free speech rights

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