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Somalia: Journalist Farhan Jeemis Abdulle killed in Galkayo

Abdulle is the fifth journalist to be killed in Somalia this year.

Press Freedom: Eritrea, North Korea, Syria 'most censored countries'

In Eritrea, a Horn of Africa nation, only state news media are allowed to operate, and remain under strict government control.

Ryan Seacrest to take on special correspondent role on 'Today Show'

Ryan Seacrest said, "Today, I am humbled to have the confidence of Steve Burke, Ted Harbert, Bonnie Hammer and many others within the NBCUniversal family, to strategically extend my relationship to encompass NBC programming."

Catholic League threatens boycott of 'Daily Show' (VIDEO)

In a "Daily Show" segment which criticized Fox News' portrayal of the "war on women" as phony and inconsequential in contrast to Fox News' portrayal of "war on Christmas," Stewart said, "Maybe women could protect their reproductive organs from unwanted medical intrusion with vagina mangers."

2012 Pulitzer Prize winners in journalism and arts announced

"It's unusual for someone that young to win," Pulitzer Prize administrator Sig Gissler said, but "heartening to see that we've got some young journalists that are coming up that are doing terrific work."

'Good Morning America' beats 'Today' in ratings battle

ABC's "Good Morning America" looked poised to beat NBC's "Today" in the ratings, for the first time in 16 years.

The Huffington Post wins its first Pulitzer

The AOL-owned site announced that the series written by its senior military correspondent David Wood called "Beyond the Battlefield" won the internet publication its first Pulitzer.

Mike Wallace dead: '60 Minutes' correspondent dies at age 93 (VIDEO)

Wallace, a TV newsman for 65 years, was one of the original correspondents and hosts of "60 Minutes."
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