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FILE - In this file photo dated Friday, May 2, 2014, former Life Magazine, New York Times and Washington Post picture editor John Morris poses for a photo during an interview with the Associated Press in Paris, France. The renowned picture editor who's pictorial judgement impacted on public understanding of seminal stories for decades including World War II and the Vietnam War, John G. Morris has died aged 100, Friday July 28, 2017, at a hospital near his home in Paris. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena, FILE)

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FILE - In this file photo dated Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2014, 97-year old former Life Magazine, New York Times and Washington Post picture editor John Morris during an interview in New York City. The renowned picture editor who's pictorial judgement impacted on public understanding of seminal stories for decades including World War II and the Vietnam War, John G. Morris has died aged 100, Friday July 28, 2017, at a hospital near his home in Paris. (AP Photo/Harry Hamburg, FILE)

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A New York City police officer guards a barricaded area in New York Times Square, Friday, May 19, 2017. Richard Rojas, 26, charged with slamming his speeding car into pedestrians on the sidewalks of Times Square, killing a teenage tourist and injuring nearly two dozen people, said he wanted to "kill them all" and police should have shot him to stop him, a prosecutor revealed Friday. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

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A New York City police officer guards a barricaded area in New York Times Square, Friday, May 19, 2017. Richard Rojas, 26, charged with slamming his speeding car into pedestrians on the sidewalks of Times Square, killing a teenage tourist and injuring nearly two dozen people, said he wanted to "kill them all" and police should have shot him to stop him, a prosecutor revealed Friday. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

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Pedestrians navigate concrete safety barriers in New York Times Square, Friday, May 19, 2017. Richard Rojas, 26, charged with slamming his speeding car into pedestrians on the sidewalks of Times Square, killing a teenage tourist and injuring nearly two dozen people, said he wanted to "kill them all" and police should have shot him to stop him, a prosecutor revealed Friday. (AP Photo/Richard Drew) (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

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New York Times media columnist David Carr has died at his office at age 58. (Associated Press)

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New York Times reporter Jeremy Peters asked Democratic lawmakers on Friday why the press at the House Democratic Caucus Retreat in Philadelphia was being so closely monitored by security, with some journalists even being followed to the bathroom. (C-SPAN via Mediaite)

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Former CIA officer Jeffrey Sterling, left, leaves the Alexandria Federal Courthouse Monday, Jan. 26, 2015, in Alexandria, Va., with his wife, Holly, center and attorney Barry Pollack, after being convicted on all nine counts he faced of leaking classified details of an operation to thwart Iran's nuclear ambitions to a New York Times reporter. (AP Photo/Kevin Wolf)

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New York Times chairman and publisher Arthur Sulzberger has hit back on a much publicized employee controversy. (Associated Press)

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New York Times chairman and publisher Arthur Sulzberger has hit back on a much publicized employee controversy. (Associated Press)

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New York Times columnist David Brooks said Sunday that he believes President Obama’s foreign policy isn’t “tough enough” and that he has a “manhood problem” when it comes to dealing with leaders like Vladimir Putin and Bashar al-Assad. (NBC News via Think Progress)

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New York Times front page for November 27, 2013.

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New York Times front page for November 27, 2013.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin's much ballyhooed New York Times op-ed condemning U.S. intervention in Syria and American "exceptionalism" was actually placed in the newspaper by a public relations giant that has been around for 90 years. (Associated Press)

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Russian President Vladimir Putin's much ballyhooed New York Times op-ed condemning U.S. intervention in Syria and American "exceptionalism" was actually placed in the newspaper by a public relations giant that has been around for 90 years. (Associated Press)

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Paul Krugman, a Princeton University professor of economics and a New York Times columnist, is applauded by Princeton President Shirley M. Tilghman after winning the Nobel Prize in economics. (Associated Press) ** FILE **