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By Lee Levine
Lawyer, Levine Sullivan & Koch
In the United States, the government may not prevent the publication of a newspaper, even when there is reason to believe that it is about to reveal information that will endanger our national security. FULL STORY>

Senate hears dim forecast for newspapers' future
Layoffs, closings and cutbacks have turned nation's newspapers into 'endangered species' as readers and advertisers rush to Web sites, says John Kerry, subcommittee chairman. 05.07.09
High court to 3rd Circuit: Reconsider wardrobe-malfunction case
Appeals court last year threw out $550,000 fine that FCC had imposed on CBS for 2004 Super Bowl flap involving Janet Jackson. 05.04.09

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