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Oliver Darcy / CNN:
Over 1,100 unionized staff at The New York Times plan to go on strike on Thursday; NewsGuild estimates that some major desks could lose 90% of their workforce
The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press:
The RCFP and over a dozen news organizations urge the US Senate to pass the PRESS Act, which would shield reporters from being forced to reveal sources and more
Stephanie Kirchgaessner / The Guardian:
A US judge dismisses a lawsuit claiming Mohammed bin Salman conspired to kill Jamal Khashoggi after the White House said the crown prince had sovereign immunity
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