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00:01:32 1 History
00:01:41 1.1 Early history
00:03:16 1.2 Major events
00:03:24 1.2.1 Gulf War
00:06:07 1.2.2 September 11 attacks
00:07:55 1.2.3 2008 U.S. election
00:08:58 1.2.4 2016 U.S. election
00:09:49 1.3 Trump presidency, AT&T subsidiary
00:16:34 2 Programming
00:20:53 2.1 On-air presentation
00:24:04 3 Staff
00:24:41 4 Other platforms
00:24:51 4.1 Online
00:30:52 4.1.1 Newsource
00:31:21 4.2 Beme
00:32:19 4.3 Films
00:32:46 4.4 Radio
00:33:21 5 Specialized channels
00:34:21 5.1 Former channels
00:35:34 5.2 Experiments
00:36:27 6 Bureaus
00:36:50 6.1 United States
00:37:16 6.2 Worldwide
00:37:41 7 Controversies
00:40:21 8 Awards and honors

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