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    Fox News is distancing itself from a racist remark made by one of its paid commentators, David Bossie, while arguing on "Fox & Friends" with Democratic strategist Joel Payne.

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    Time Magazine's latest photo illustration shows President Trump looming over a toddler in response to the Trump administration practice that effectively separated families crossing the US-Mexico border.

  • WSJ: National Enquirer subpoenaed in Cohen probe 

    Federal prosecutors in New York have subpoenaed American Media Inc, publisher of the National Enquirer, related to the $150,000 payment to former Playboy model Karen McDougal as part of the probe into President Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen.

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    Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski responded to the outrage caused by his "womp womp" comments when he heard a story about a 10-year-old girl with Down syndrome who was reportedly separated from her mother at the border.

  • Disney raises bid for 21st Century Fox assets 

    Disney raised its initial bid for 21st Century Fox from $52.4 billion to $71.3 billion, topping Comcast's $65 billion offer. CNNMoney's Brian Stelter reports.

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    John Stankey, the new CEO of WarnerMedia, says the company understands there is a different obligation of responsibility when it comes to managing a news organization and WarnerMedia will support CNN as they continue to report on the facts.

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    Now that the AT&T/Time Warner deal has gone through, which media companies will merge and which will be left standing?

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    Disney is pumping out hit after hit, from Star Wars to Pixar films. It may seem like a new business model, but actually CEO Bob Iger is borrowing tactics that Walt Disney himself began using almost a century ago.