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3:17 PM ET, April 16, 2018

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CNBC:
Sean Hannity is revealed as Michael Cohen's third client after a judge orders his name released  —  - The FBI on April 9 raided the office and residences of President Donald Trump's longtime personal lawyer Michael Cohen.  — Prosecutors want to begin reviewing the files seized from Cohen …
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Wall Street Journal:
Sources: Us Weekly dropped a story around 2013 on alleged affair between Donald Trump Jr. and Aubrey O'Day after legal threats from Trump lawyer Michael Cohen  —  Federal probe looks closely at money flowing in and out of Essential Consultants  —  Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump's personal attorney …
Daniel Brown / Business Insider:
Russian journalist Maxim Borodin, who wrote about the deaths of Russian mercenaries in Syria, has died after falling from his apartment balcony  —  - Maxim Borodin, 32, died at a hospital on Sunday after falling from his fifth-floor balcony in Yekaterinburg on Thursday.
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Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty:
Polina Rumyantseva, the editor in chief of Novy Den - where Russian journalist Maksim Borodin worked - says she does not believe his death was a suicide  —  Russian investigative journalist Maksim Borodin of Yekaterinburg has died of injuries sustained on April 12 when he fell from the window of his fifth-floor apartment.
Joseph Otterson / Variety:
ABC News' interview with former FBI Director James Comey averaged 9.8M viewers, far below the 22M who tuned in for 60 Minutes' interview with Stormy Daniels  —  ABC News' interview with former FBI Director James Comey did well in the Sunday overnight ratings but failed to nab the number one spot.
Nellie Bowles / New York Times:
Report for America, a nonprofit organization modeled after AmeriCorps, aims to install 1,000 journalists in understaffed newsrooms by 2022  —  A group of journalists have decided to do something about the diminution of newsrooms at the local level.  They're making reporting part of a national service program.
Michael M. Grynbaum / New York Times:
The New York Times and New Yorker magazine share Pulitzer Prize for public service for reporting on sexual harassment  —  The New York Times and The New Yorker magazine won the Pulitzer Prize for public service on Monday for their reporting on sexual harassment that ushered in a reckoning …
Julie Reynolds / The Nation:
A look at how Alden Capital is literally bleeding Digital First Media dry, with $248.5M of newspaper employees' pensions invested in Alden funds  —  Stop Alden Global Capital before it kills again.  —  The rebellion last week by The Denver Post's editorial board against newspaper's hedge-fund owners …
Robert Draper / New York Times:
Profile of Dan Scavino, The White House's social media director and the only man that Trump trusts with his Twitter account  —  Unraveling the mystery of the inscrutable White House social media director, whose job is to help @realDonaldTrump stay unpresidential.
 
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Hollywood Reporter:
As it expands globally, Netflix is increasingly facing political backlash over its programming choices in places like Brazil, Israel, and the Philippines
Ivan Moreno / Associated Press:
US publishers worry a ~28% temporary tariff on Canadian newsprint, which may become permanent in August or September, will force smaller publications to close
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Shan Wang / Nieman Lab:
The New York Times has begun to direct some traffic to old stories to an archive that presents the page almost exactly as it appeared on that day
Mark Sweney / The Guardian:
WPP CEO Martin Sorrell resigns following investigation into personal misconduct; Mark Read and Andrew Scott appointed joint COOs