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How one magazine became a mainstay of New Jersey's Chinese community

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Wednesday

Ivy Lee, founder and editor of the independent Chinese-language magazine Sino Monthly, stands behind her desk at the magazine's N.J. headquarters. Tsering Bista/NPR hide caption

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'Like milk': How one magazine became a mainstay of New Jersey's Chinese community

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Monday

Monday

Vice Media offices on Feb. 1, 2019 in Venice, Calif. The once-hot media startup filed for bankruptcy after failing to sell itself. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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Vice Media, once worth $5.7 billion, files for bankruptcy

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Friday

Linda Yaccarino speaks at an event on Sept. 27, 2016 in New York. The former chair of global advertising and partnerships at NBCUniversal is set to become Twitter's next chief executive, succeeding owner Elon Musk. Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images hide caption

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Tuesday

Tucker Carlson speaks at a political event on Aug. 7, 2021, in Esztergom, Hungary. Carlson, who was fired from Fox News last month, announced he is taking his show to Twitter. Janos Kummer/Getty Images hide caption

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Friday

Tucker Carlson at the FOX Nation Patriot Awards on Nov. 17, 2022 in Hollywood, Fla. Jason Koerner/Getty Images hide caption

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Fired Tucker Carlson producer: Misogyny and bullying 'trickles down from the top'

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Thursday

Sunday

NBCUniversal CEO Jeff Shell speaks to the media at the Allen & Company Sun Valley Conference in July 2021 in Sun Valley, Idaho. Shell is out of his job after an "inappropriate relationship." Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images hide caption

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Friday

Tuesday

Dominion Voting Systems CEO John Poulos, third from right, leaves with members of his legal team, including Davida Brook, left, Justin Nelson, third from left and Stephen Shackelford, right, from the Leonard Williams Justice Center in Wilmington, Del., shortly after Dominion reached a $787.5 million settlement with Fox News. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Monday

Sunday

The billion-dollar trial between Dominion Voting Systems and Fox News, as well as its parent company, Fox Corp., heads to court. George Pimentel/Getty Images; Alexi Rosenfeld/Getty Images; Jason Koerner/Getty Images; Theo Wargo/Getty Images hide caption

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The $1.6 billion Dominion v. Fox News trial starts Tuesday. Catch up here

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Thursday

Monday

Former Fox producer Abby Grossberg is alleging the network's attorneys pressured her to portray the network in a favorable light in testimony about what happened after the 2020 election. Here, a display outside the Fox News headquarters in New York in July 2020. Timothy A. Clary/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Thursday

The headquarters for National Public Radio in Washington on April 15, 2013. Charles Dharapak/AP hide caption

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NPR cancels 4 podcasts amid major layoffs

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Monday

Amazon CEO Andy Jassy said the company is slashing 9,000 more jobs, bringing the total cuts since Nov. 2021 to 27,000. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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Amazon is cutting another 9,000 jobs as tech industry keeps shrinking

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Tuesday

Friday

Communications between Fox News CEO Suzanne Scott and Fox Corp. head Lachlan Murdoch following the 2020 presidential election are being scrutinized in a $1.6 billion defamation lawsuit. Murdoch praised Scott's performance in an appearance on Thursday. Alexi Rosenfeld/Getty Images; Drew Angerer/Getty Images/Getty Images hide caption

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Wednesday

What awaits Labor Secretary nominee Julie Su on the path to Senate confirmation

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Tuesday

Deputy Labor Secretary Julie Su, President Joe Biden's nominee to serve as the next secretary of labor, speaks at the White House on March 1. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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Julie Su, advocate for immigrant workers, is Biden's pick for Labor Secretary

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