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Fox News ceased broadcasting in the UK on Tuesday. Its parent company, 21st Century Fox, is trying to get government approval for its takeover bid of European media giant Sky. Above, headlines scroll across the Fox News studios in New York earlier this month. Richard Drew/AP hide caption

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Sarah Palin's suit centered on an editorial that drew a connection between the 2011 shooting that wounded Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and a map passed around by Palin's political action committee in 2010. Gerald Herbert/AP hide caption

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Hope Hicks steps off Air Force One on Feb. 6 at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland. Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Hope Hicks Is A Trump Team 'Survivor' And Now Interim Communications Director

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Bannon's Back At Breitbart, White House Advisers Worry They're Targets

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Charlottesville Rally Videographer On Becoming 'Fake News'

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University Of Nevada-Reno Won't Dismiss Student In Viral Charlottesville Rally Photo

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A Village Voice newspaper stand lays on the ground next to garbage in New York City's East Village on Tuesday. The Village Voice, one of the oldest and best-known alternative weeklies in the U.S., announced that it will no longer publish a print edition. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Peter Madsen's private submarine sits on a pier in Copenhagen's harbor. Danish police have identified a headless, limbless torso that washed ashore Monday as that of Kim Wall, the journalist who joined Madsen on his sub earlier this month to report a story. Jens Dresling/AP hide caption

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White nationalist Richard Spencer's free speech fight against Google, Facebook and other tech companies has some unlikely support from the left. Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images hide caption

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Unlikely Allies Join Fight To Protect Free Speech On The Internet

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