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From utility man to one of California's foremost journalists

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Inside video game economics (Two Indicators)

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Signage for The Pulitzer Prizes appear at Columbia University on May 28, 2019, in New York. Bebeto Matthews/AP hide caption

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Here are the winners of the 2024 Pulitzer Prizes

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attends a press conference in the Kirya military base in Tel Aviv, Israel on Oct. 28, 2023. Netanyahu's government has voted to shut down Israel-based offices of Al Jazeera. Abir Sultan/AP hide caption

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Morning Edition co-host Steve Inskeep records a pre-tape at NPR headquarters in Washington, D.C., on January 24, 2024. Allison Shelley/Allison Shelley hide caption

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Steve Inskeep celebrates 20th anniversary as host of 'Morning Edition'

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Fox has removed a series on its streaming network that imagines a trial of Hunter Biden, the president's son, on hypothetical criminal charges. Here, Biden is seen on Capitol Hill in January. Kent Nishimura/Getty Images hide caption

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Jim Hoft, owner of the Gateway Pundit, at the White House in 2019. The website has been hit with defamation lawsuits related to 2020 election fraud conspiracy theories it is accused of spreading. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Barbara Walters forged a path for women in journalism, but not without paying a price

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Former President Donald Trump watches as prosecutor Joshua Steinglass questions David Pecker before Judge Juan Merchan during Trump's criminal trial in Manhattan on Tuesday. Jane Rosenberg/Reuters hide caption

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Ex-National Enquirer publisher says he pledged to be Trump's 'eyes and ears'

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Terry Anderson, who was the longest held American hostage in Lebanon, grins with his 6-year-old daughter Sulome, Dec. 4, 1991, as they leave the U.S. Ambassador's residence in Damascus, Syria, following Anderson's release. Santiago Lyon/AP hide caption

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When the media covers scientific research, not all scientists are equally likely to be mentioned. A new study finds scientists with Asian or African names were 15% less likely to be named in a story. shironosov/Getty Images hide caption

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Uri Berliner resigned from NPR on Wednesday saying he could not work under the new CEO Katherine Maher. He cautioned that he did not support calls to defund NPR. Uri Berliner hide caption

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NPR editor Uri Berliner resigns with blast at new CEO

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A Smartmatic representative demonstrates his company's system, which has scanners and touch screens with printout options, at a meeting of the Secure, Accessible & Fair Elections Commission, on Aug. 30, 2018, in Grovetown, Ga. Bob Andres/AP hide caption

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NPR suspended senior editor Uri Berliner for five days without pay after he wrote an essay accusing the network of losing the public's trust and appeared on a podcast to explain his argument. Uri Berliner hide caption

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Some California users of Google were not able to access local news on Friday after the tech giant restricted news links in the state in response to a bill that would force the tech giant to pay publishers. Don Ryan/AP hide caption

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Prince Andrew's 2019 BBC interview is now the subject of a Netflix film. Steve Parsons/AP hide caption

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'A masterclass in how to give terrible answers': Inside that Prince Andrew interview

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