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Les Moonves, former CEO of CBS Corp., attends a conference in Sun Valley, Idaho, on July 11. Moonves was ousted in September after several women accused him of harassment and sexual assault. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Cuba's telecom monopoly is rolling out broad Internet access for mobile phone users this week. Here, a woman uses her smartphone to surf the Internet in Havana. Desmond Boylan/AP hide caption

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From left: Lizzette Martinez, Andrea Kelly, Lisa Van Allen, Tarana Burke, Kitti Jones, Jerhonda Pace, Asante McGee and Gretchen Carlson, photographed prior to a screening of the Lifetime series Surviving R. Kelly on Dec 4, 2018 in New York. The event was evacuated after multiple anonymous threats were made. Chance Yeh/Getty Images for A+E hide caption

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A vocal critic of the government of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, Maria Ressa declared her innocence after turning herself in to answer tax evasion charges. She posted bail at the court in Manila on Monday. Aaron Favila/AP hide caption

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A relief under Rome's Arch of Titus, built in the first century, shows a menorah being taken away from the Temple in Jerusalem. DEA/Archivio J. Lange/De Agostini/Getty Images hide caption

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On Dec. 3, 2013, Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger faced questions from the British Parliament about his newspaper's decision to publish material leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden. Oli Scarff/Getty Images hide caption

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Former 'Guardian' Editor On Snowden, WikiLeaks And Remaking Journalism

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NPR CEO Jarl Mohn announced he will step aside next year to focus on a newly created position to lead NPR's fundraising drive. Stephen Voss /NPR hide caption

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NPR CEO Jarl Mohn To Step Down After 5-Year Term Ends In June

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Journalist Natasha Mozgovaya co-anchors Current Time in Washington, D.C., in 2015. It's produced by Radio Free Europe in cooperation with Voice of America, a government-funded news arm. Pete Marovich/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Voice Of America Vows Independence, As Trump Calls For 'Worldwide Network'

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Paul Sherwen's voice became almost inextricable from the Tour de France for English-speaking fans after a stellar career as a competitor. He covered the world's most famous cycling event for 33 years. Morne de Klerk/Getty Images hide caption

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