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Alec Baldwin plays the controversial automaker in the new film Framing John DeLorean. "I think that John was a narcissistic and overreaching Type A guy," Baldwin says. "He was one of those guys that wanted to have his own thing." Nicole Rivelli Photographie/Sundance Selects hide caption

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As John DeLorean, Alec Baldwin Revisits The Past Of A Car Made For The Future

The new film Framing John DeLorean explores the life and career of the controversial automaker. Baldwin believes DeLorean was a "tragic figure" and wonders about "what might have been."

Alec Baldwin plays the controversial automaker in the new film Framing John DeLorean. "I think that John was a narcissistic and overreaching Type A guy," Baldwin says. "He was one of those guys that wanted to have his own thing." Nicole Rivelli Photographie/Sundance Selects hide caption

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As John DeLorean, Alec Baldwin Revisits The Past Of A Car Made For The Future

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Johnson & Johnson faces multiple lawsuits, including one over the opioid epidemic. A reputation for corporate responsibility, dating back to the Tylenol scandal, offers a measure of protection, but no guarantee, analysts say. Mike Blake/Reuters hide caption

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Johnson & Johnson, Under Fire, Has Track Record Of Weathering Trouble

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Lawyer Reid Weingarten made his reputation by sending lawmakers to prison and investigating allegations in 1992 that a presidential campaign conspired with a foreign adversary to help its own election prospects. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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When Politics, Prosecution Collide: Veteran Lawyer Calls Current State 'Disturbing'

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