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Plaintiff's attorney Chris Mattei (left) questions Alex Jones on Thursday at Jones' trial to determine defamation damages in Waterbury, Conn. Tyler Sizemore/Hearst Connecticut Media via AP, Pool hide caption

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Edward Enninful became the editor-in-chief of British Vogue in 2017. His new memoir is A Visible Man. Rafael Pavarotti/Penguin Random House hide caption

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'British Vogue' editor-in-chief wants his magazine to reflect the world he sees

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CNN's Don Lemon is trading his 10 p.m. slot for the morning show, part of an overhaul announced by CNN's new leader Chris Licht. Poppy Harlow and Kaitlan Collins will co-anchor the new show. STEFANI REYNOLDS/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Nina Totenberg looks back on her decades-long friendship with Ruth Bader Ginsburg

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FBI agent William Aldenberg listens to lead plaintiff attorney Chris Mattei ask a question as he testifies Tuesday during conspiracy theorist Alex Jones' trial in Waterbury, Conn. H John Voorhees II/Hearst Connecticut Media via AP, Pool hide caption

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Peiter Zatko, known by his hacker name "Mudge," talks about cybersecurity with the Senate Governmental Affairs committee on May 19, 1998. He's scheduled to testify again about his whistleblower complaint against Twitter on Sept. 13, 2022. (Photo by Douglas Graham/Congressional Quarterly/Getty Images) Douglas Graham/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images hide caption

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Opinion: Remembering Anne Garrels, who blazed trails to the front lines

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Las Vegas Review-Journal reporter Jeff German stands on the Las Vegas Strip on June 2, 2021. German was found dead on Saturday. K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal/Tribune News Service/Getty Images hide caption

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A slain Las Vegas reporter is remembered as a fair but dogged journalist

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Las Vegas Review-Journal reporter Jeff German stands on the Las Vegas Strip on June 2, 2021. German was found dead on Saturday. K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal/Tribune News Service/Getty Images hide caption

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Anne Garrels, longtime foreign correspondent for NPR, dies at 71

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Bruno the Brake Car is the first autistic character on the Thomas & Friends TV series. "He is funny, smart, and he's a very relaxed character," says Elliott Garcia, who voices the character for the show's U.K. version. Michael Bowles/Mattel hide caption

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Among the stars being questioned under oath for Dominion Voting Systems' defamation suit against Fox News are Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity and Maria Bartiromo. Banners bearing their images hang from Fox Corp. headquarters in New York City, first, second and fourth from left, respectively. Erik McGregor/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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Fox producer's warning against Jeanine Pirro surfaces in Dominion defamation suit

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Nirvana band members Krist Novoselic (from left) Dave Grohl and Kurt Cobain pose after receiving the award for best alternative video for "In Bloom" at the MTV Video Music Awards on Sept. 2, 1993, in Universal City, Calif. Mark J. Terrill/AP hide caption

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Player advocates say the new exclusive broadcast deal signed by the Big Ten athletic conference is further evidence that college football is no longer amateurism. Dylan Buell/Getty Images hide caption

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College football is back and players still aren't getting paid

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