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Jon Passantino / BuzzFeed:
Source: CNNMoney executive editor Rich Barberi tells staff not to publish any content involving Russia before clearing with him and a CNN VP
James West / Mother Jones:
Interview with Brian Knappenberger, director of “Nobody Speak: Trials of the Free Press”, on the Gawker-Hogan lawsuit, its financing, journalism's importance
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Interview with AP's Venezuela foreign correspondent Hannah Dreier on her three-year-long assignment in the country ahead of her move to ProPublica next month
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