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Erik Larson / Bloomberg:
Court filing: Donald Trump sues CNN for defamation, seeking $475M in damages and accusing the network of smearing him to undermine a potential re-election run
Josh Dickey / The Wrap:
The Onion files an amicus brief with the SCOTUS in support of Anthony Novak, who created a Facebook page to parody a local Ohio police department
J. Kim Murphy / Variety:
After Ned Fulmer admitted to a workplace affair, YouTube comedy group The Try Guys plans to remove him from its videos amid an internal investigation
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