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Jennifer Maas / Variety:
WGA leaders lift the strike order as of 12:01am PT Wednesday, release the tentative AMPTP deal, and allow writers to return to work before final ratification
Jim Waterson / The Guardian:
GB News suspends presenter Laurence Fox after he went on a misogynistic on-air rant about the political journalist Ava Evans; Fox refused to apologize
Mark Sweney / The Guardian:
Sources: Paul Marshall, the co-owner of GB News, along with Citadel founder Ken Griffin, plans a bid for UK's Telegraph through his UnHerd Ventures media group
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