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Watch Live: AT&T, Time Warner Respond To DOJ Anti-Trust Lawsuit

Update (5:40 pm ET): In a statement, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson vowed to fight the DOJ's lawsuit. He said AT&T's challenge is about preserving the rule of law against an overreaching DOJ anti-trust division. He also said that, while he doesn't know for sure if the opposition is political in nature, he's not surprised that the question of whether this is a political vendetta keep coming up.

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ESPN Lost 15,000 Subscribers A Day In October

ESPN’s decision to suspend host Jemele Hill last month after her second violation of the company’s social media policy (she tweeted that people should boycott advertisers of the Dallas Cowboys after its owner sided with President Trump) did little to stanch the steady bleed of paying customers that is threatening the erstwhile “World Leader in Sports.”

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"He Shivved Me": Angry Hillary Lashes Out At Comey And Assange In Australian TV Interview

An angry Hillary Clinton has been making the rounds in recent weeks blaming all the usual suspects for her election loss last year...you know, Assange, Comey, the unfortunate mall cop who tripped over a microphone cord and ruined her speech at the Little Rock Mall food court in 1984...

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Twitter Provides "Russian Interference" Update; Senator Warner Blasts As "Deeply Disappointing"

Earlier today Twitter Vice President for Public Policy Colin Crowell met with staff from Senate Select Committee on Intelligence and House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence to discuss how Twitter may have been exploited by sneaky Russian operatives to sway the course of American history by undermining the candidacy of Hillary Clinton. 

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These 3 Democrats Think "Sputnik Radio" Crushed Hillary's Campaign... But There's A Catch

Just when you thought the 'Russian collusion' narrative couldn't get any more surreal, 3 House democrats decide to write a letter to the FCC which can only be described as 'criminally stupid' and even that seems generous.

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