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Rachel Scully / The Hill:
Trump pledges to investigate Comcast for “Country Threatening Treason” because of “one-side and vicious coverage” by NBC and MSNBC, if he is elected in 2024
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Meduza says evidence points to an EU country, not Russia, being behind its founder Galina Timchenko's iPhone being infected with Pegasus in Germany this year
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Estate Media, a real-estate-focused outlet launching with a site and plans for newsletters, podcasts, and video, raised $1.65M from Morning Brew CEO and others
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