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White House eyes Bannon ally for top broadcasting post

Bannon ally for top broadcasting postThe Trump administration’s leading candidate to head the Broadcasting Board of Governors, a position that with recent changes would give the appointee unilateral power over the United States’ government messaging abroad reaching millions, is a conservative documentarian with ties to White House chief strategist Steve Bannon, according to two people with direct knowledge of the situation.

Michael Pack, the leading contender for the post, is president and CEO of the Claremont Institute and publisher of its Claremont Review of Books, a California-based conservative institute that has been called the “academic home of Trumpism” by the Chronicle of Higher Education.

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Scott Pelley out as 'CBS Evening News' anchor

Scott PelleyScott Pelley is being replaced as anchor of CBS Evening News and will return full-time as a correspondent on the network's Sunday night newsmagazine 60 Minutes.

Anthony Mason, a CBS News senior national correspondent and co-host of CBS This Morning: Saturday, will serve as the CBS Evening News' interim anchor in the coming weeks, the network announced Wednesday. Mason will continue to co-anchor CBS This Morning with Alex Wagner.

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CNN fires Kathy Griffin after Trump beheading photo

Kathy Griffin fired by CNNComedian Kathy Griffin has been fired from hosting CNN's New Year's Eve celebration after she posted a photo depicting her with President Trump's severed head.

In a tweet Wednesday afternoon, CNN's public relations team announced that Griffin will not appear on their high-profile live show, but didn't give an explicit reason for her firing.

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Montana House GOP candidate cited after reporter says he 'body-slammed me'

Montana House GOP candidate cited for assault against reporterMontana Republican congressional candidate Greg Gianforte was issued a citation late Wednesday after he allegedly “body-slammed” a reporter at a campaign event on the eve of a hotly contested special election.

Ben Jacobs, a reporter for The Guardian tweeted that Gianforte “body-slammed me and broke my glasses” at a campaign event in Bozeman, Montana — minutes before what was to be the last campaign rally of the campaign. Jacobs said he had asked Gianforte about a new budget analysis of House Republicans' effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.

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Fox News retracts Seth Rich conspiracy story promoted by Sean Hannity

sean Hannity promotes conspiracy theoryFox News on Tuesday retracted a story regarding the 2016 killing of Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich after massive outcry over sharing conspiracy theories about the murder.

"On May 16, a story was posted on the Fox News website on the investigation into the 2016 murder of DNC Staffer Seth Rich," the retraction reads. "The article was not initially subjected to the high degree of editorial scrutiny we require for all our reporting.”

"Upon appropriate review, the article was found not to meet those standards and has since been removed.”

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Connecticut Senator: on Infowars' White House press credentials: 'I want to throw up'

Chris MurphySen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) on Monday blasted the Trump administration after Infowars said it had been given White House press credentials.

"I want to throw up," Murphy tweeted.

"@POTUS has granted legitimacy to a group that believes Sandy Hook was a hoax carried out by paid actors." Infowars claimed on Monday it had received the credentials in an "epic blow to the mainstream media's control of the narrative.

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'Trump has declared war': journalists denounce any attack on press freedom

Journalists: Trump has declard war.President Donald Trump’s apparent suggestion that the FBI should “consider putting reporters in prison” has been decried as a dangerous new assault on press freedom and prompted a call to action by American journalists who have been jailed in the US for their work.

Among those who criticised the reported comments are journalist Brian Karem, who spent two weeks in jail in Texas in 1990 for refusing to give up a source and who told the Guardian they were “deeply concerning”.

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