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Milo Yiannopoulos announces he has resigned from Breitbart News effective immediately, citing a “poor choice of words”
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Facebook, Google, Verizon, and Apple should step in with more philanthropy to help disrupted local journalism
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The Washington Post rolls out new slogan, Democracy Dies in Darkness, underneath its logo and across its platforms
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