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Fox News Media CEO Suzanne Scott, shown at a 2014 event in New York City, warned colleagues not to "give the crazies an inch" after pressure rose from supporters of then President Trump. Lawyers for Dominion Voting Systems indicate they to use Scott's words against Fox in its $1.6 billion defamation suit against the network.
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Fox News CEO Suzanne Scott warned colleagues not to "give the crazies an inch" after the 2020 elections. Dominion Voting Systems revealed her words in its $1.6 billion defamation suit against Fox.
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Maria Ansley and Dr. Nicole Florence
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Dr. Nicole Florence and Maria Ansley are the filmmakers behind the documentary “No Title for Tracey,” which tells the story of Florence’s sister who was not given the title of valedictorian due to her race. Florence and Ansley shared their inspiration for the film and other projects in the works.
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The Illinois State Military Museum is located at 1301 N. MacArthur Blvd. in Springfield, Ill.
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LSD blotter tabs sit on top of a US quarter coin. A drug based off of psychedelic LSD appears to relieve depression and anxiety in mice, but without the hallucinogenic side effects.
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Scientists have made a drug based on LSD that seems to fight depression without producing a psychedelic experience.
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Loretta Lynn performs on stage in California in 1972.
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The country singer brought unparalleled candor about the domestic realities of working-class women to country songwriting over the course of her 60-year career.
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