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US-funded broadcaster asks European court to block Russian fines

Moscow has moved to penalise Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty for failing to label its reports with the ‘foreign agent’ tag.…

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How to watch Prince Philip’s funeral

The service honoring the Duke of Edinburgh will begin at 3 p.m. local time (10 a.m. ET) in St George’s…

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Newsrooms confront the ‘police say’ problem

The podcaster and cultural critic Toure tweeted on Thursday, “We interrupt our coverage of the protests of the police murder…

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Disney park employees have a new dress code

In a blog post this week, the chairman of Disney’s parks division Josh D’Amaro committed to updating attractions, modernizing the…

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BBC received more than 100,000 complaints over coverage of Prince Philip’s death

Figures made available by the BBC showed 109,741 complaints had been made, as of Thursday, “driven by reaction to the…

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Keep kids under 13 off Instagram, advocacy group tells Zuckerberg

A non-profit called on Facebook’s chief to cancel plans to launch an Instagram platform for preteen kids. An advocacy group…

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Here are some of the challenges as CBS News picks a new president

Being the president of a broadcast TV news division: Is it a dream job or a dreadful job? A president…

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Turkish writer Ahmet Altan ‘released from prison’

Turkish writer and journalist Ahmet Altan has been released from prison, his lawyer said, after the country’s top appeals court…

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Amazon accuses social network Parler of trying to conceal owners

Parler’s attorney hit back by saying that the burden to prove who owns Parler fell on Amazon, according to reports.…

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The greatest stunt yet from ‘Fast & Furious’: Saving movie theaters

But “F9” — the latest installment in Universal’s high-octane blockbuster franchise — may have to pull off the brand’s boldest…

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