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The Spectacle of the Jan. 6 Hearings Consumes Washington

WASHINGTON — “This is my Super Bowl,” a news anchor said off camera during the public hearings held by the…

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Business

Chris Stirewalt defended his team’s calling the election for Biden. Fox News fired him.

When Chris Stirewalt watched rioters attack the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, he was a journalist for Fox News, which…

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Business

Who Is the Former TV News Chief Helping the Jan. 6 Committee?

Follow live updates on the House committee hearing on the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol. As news organizations scrambled…

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Business

Who Is the Former TV News Chief Helping the Jan. 6 Committee?

As news organizations scrambled in 2017 to satisfy the bottomless appetite for information about the new president, James Goldston, the…

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Business

Fox News Doesn’t Plan to Carry Jan. 6 Hearings Live

On Thursday, at 8 p.m. Eastern, NBC is going into special report mode for the first hearing led by the…

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Sports

‘Wagatha Christie’ Case Offers a Riveting Peek Into Celebrity Culture

LONDON — A candid window into the glamorous world of English soccer, and an exposé of the machinations of back-stabbing…

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World

Shanghai says its Covid outbreak is under control, but many residents remain locked down.

Shanghai health officials said on Tuesday that the city had brought the Covid outbreak there under control, after a nearly…

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Business

Bloomberg Aims to Compete Directly With British Press

Bloomberg Media has decided to aggressively court a British audience, the first prong in a retooled global strategy for the…

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Business

L.A. Sheriff, Accused of Cover-Up, Opens Investigation Into a Reporter

The Los Angeles County Sheriff said on Tuesday that he was investigating a reporter at The Los Angeles Times who…

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World

A Quiet Intensity, Matched With Big Ambitions

Joseph F. Kahn’s first job out of college in 1987 was covering Plano, Texas, for The Dallas Morning News, and…

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