Jim Rutenberg

New York Times

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Jim Rutenberg is a media columnist for the New York Times.

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Saudi officials are apparently prepared to say journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed in an interrogation gone wrong. How will the west react?

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President Putin during a visit to the new Russia Today broadcasting center Photo courtesy Kremlin Press Office 
 Russia's cable news channel, RT looks like other cable news programs,…

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