MEDIA
The New Yorker Reaches Deal With Union To Avoid Strike
The tentative agreement includes raises of 10% for most staffers. "These gains are the direct result of collective action," the union said.
By 
DAVE JAMIESON
Jeffrey Toobin Admits Masturbating On Zoom Was 'Moronic And Indefensible'
“Obviously, I wasn’t thinking very well or very much,” he told CNN's Alisyn Camerota of the incident that led to his suspension from the network last fall.
By 
DAVID MOYE
New Yorker Workers Hold Significant Leverage In Strike Threat
Top editors could be forced to halt production of the million-circulation magazine in the event of a work stoppage, rather than try to put out scab issues.
By 
DAVE JAMIESON
and 
MARINA FANG
Columnist Fired For Racist Tweet About Name Of Harry And Meghan's Baby
Julie Burchill, who wrote for the Sunday Telegraph, posted the racist tweet about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's newborn just after her birth was announced.
By 
CARLY LEDBETTER
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Democrats Fret They’ll Get Hoodwinked On Infrastructure
'Legend' Janet Malcolm Dead At 86: Esteemed Journalist 'Gave Us So Much'
Connecticut Becomes 1st State To Make All Prison Phone Calls Free
Editor Of Top Medical Journal Resigns Over 'Structural Racism' Remarks
Howard Bauchner is stepping down as editor-in-chief of the Journal of the American Medical Association.
By 
HAYLEY MILLER
Fox News' Juan Williams Announces He's Leaving 'The Five'
The liberal-leaning co-host announced at the end of the broadcast that it was his last day on the show but not at the network.
By 
JOSEPHINE HARVEY
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BBC Exec Makes Bombshell Announcement About Princess Diana Interview
The BBC director general made his latest remarks following the Dyson report and Prince William's comments that the interview "should never be aired again."
By 
CARLY LEDBETTER
AP Reviewing Social Media Policies After Firing Reporter For Tweets
In a memo to staff members on Monday, the AP’s news leaders asked for volunteers to suggest changes to social media guidelines.
BY DAVID BAUDER, AP
Journalist Martin Bashir Apologizes To Prince William, Prince Harry For Diana Interview Ruse
The former BBC broadcaster insisted his scheming didn't do anything to harm the princess.
By 
MARY PAPENFUSS
Reactionary OAN Slams 'Left-Wing' Fox And 'Left-Leaning' Newsmax
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