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A jury says InfoWars' Alex Jones must pay 2 Sandy Hook parents more than $4 million

The InfoWars host and creator will have to pay $4.1 million to two parents whose 6-year-old son was killed at Sandy Hook Elementary in 2012. Jones spent years claiming the mass shooting as a hoax.

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Super Fly at 50: A blaxploitation classic that remains a powerful pop culture force

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A jury says InfoWars' Alex Jones must pay 2 Sandy Hook parents more than $4 million

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