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More than 1,100 members of the newsroom union at The New York Times say they'll participate in a day-long walkout today to protest the paper's failure to meet salary demands. They have been working without a contract for nearly two years. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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Lachlan Murdoch is set to be deposed in the $1.6 billion defamation lawsuit against Fox News Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Dominion to depose Fox boss Lachlan Murdoch as defamation suit heats up

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Alex G on his latest album, 'God Save the Animals'

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'Winterland' explores the cost of perfection through the story of Soviet gymnasts

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What makes a wolf leader of the pack? New research says it's parasites in the brain

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Oregon voters narrowly passed a gun control measure. Ahead of its rollout, some questions remain

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With inflation looming, Americans are shopping smart this holiday season

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People across China are protesting for democratic reform and easing COVID controls

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The world is doing away with the leap second

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What we're taking away from the first week of the FIFA World Cup

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The Murdoch media empire is in trouble. Can Rupert Murdoch's heir save it?

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Politics chat: Congress returns for a lame duck session

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The Murdoch media empire decides how to treat Trump after his campaign announcement

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Hard copy local papers that have recently appeared in the mailboxes of Illinois residents this election season have been assailing Democratic candidates, including Gov. J.B. Pritzker, and echoing conservative talking points. NPR News hide caption

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Right-wing 'zombie' papers attack Illinois Democrats ahead of elections

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