Is The New York Times Slogan False Advertising?

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If you read The New York Times, chances are you've seen their slogan: "All the News That's Fit to Print." Seems pretty innocuous, right? Not to everyone. In 1960, a U.S. congressman begged to differ. Here's what came of it.

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The Biggest Thing to Happen in the East Room of the White House
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The East Room of the White House has been the location of many important events, but nothing will ever be as big as this one.

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Advice from the CIA's 'Simple Sabotage Field Manual'
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During WWII, the CIA published The Simple Sabotage Field Manual, which provided a number of ways to quietly disrupt the system.

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