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Margaret Sullivan / Washington Post:
Journalists have flimsy legal protections if Trump's Department of Justice uses Espionage Act and orders them to reveal sources, a practice Obama's DoJ started
Margaret Hartmann / New York Magazine:
CPAC criticized for inviting Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos to speak after pedophilia remarks resurface; Yiannopoulos responded in a Facebook post
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How Washington power-brokers protected columnist Joe Alsop for over 13 years after the KGB entrapped him in a homosexual tryst
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