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Media magnate Rupert Murdoch, right, huddles with Preston Padden, president of network distribution for Fox, during a hearing of the Federal Communications Commission in May 1995. A generation later, Padden says Murdoch is unfit to hold the licenses for local television stations due to Fox News. Kathleen Beall/ASSOCIATED PRESS hide caption

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A former Fox executive now argues Murdoch is unfit to own TV stations

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A banner displayed in April at the Fox News headquarters in New York. Nickolai Hammar | NPR/NPR hide caption

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Fox isn't in the apology business. That could cost it a ton of money

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Fox News host Tucker Carlson speaks at a National Review Institute event on March 29, 2019, in Washington, D.C. The network announced Monday that it would "part ways" with Carlson. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Tucker Carlson ousted at Fox News following network's $787 million settlement

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Fox News host Maria Bartiromo invited Trump campaign attorney Sidney Powell on her show to discuss allegations of election fraud based on an email laying out claims even the writer called "pretty wackadoodle." Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images hide caption

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Former Fox News staffer Laura Luhn sued the network yesterday alleging years of sexual abuse by its former chairman, the late Roger Ailes. Ailes is shown above in July 2016 outside Fox's New York City headquarters shortly before his ouster. Drew Angerer/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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Fox Corp.'s Lachlan Murdoch and his wife, Sarah, arrive at the White House for a 2019 state dinner honoring Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison. Murdoch and his family have left the U.S. for Sydney through at least the end of summer. Alastair Pike/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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