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The National Enquirer's aggressive O.J. Simpson coverage raises legal and ethical questions

Tucked away on a quiet residential street in Lantana, Florida, the headquarters of one of the country's most successful weekly newspapers sits in an unassuming one-story concrete building next to a baseball field. Inside, the vast open space looks like many other newsrooms of fact and fiction. Only in the conference room does it become apparent that this is no ordinary news operation. One entire wall is devoted to the National Enquirer's biggest story ever: O.J. Simpson. Here they all are, covers from a mind-boggling 21 out of the past 27 issues, including NICOLE'S SECRET LIFE, O.J.'S KNIFE and the latest,...

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