June 18, 2021
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Caitlyn Jenner Turned Her Back On Trans Kids To Get Republican Votes

Caitlyn Jenner, the Olympian turned reality show celebrity who announced her bid for California governor last month, declared her first policy position Saturday, and it is squarely in-line with her Republican base. The most famous transgender athlete in the world is opposed to transgender girls playing sports according to their gender identity. ...
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CNN’s Jim Acosta Calls Fox News ‘The Bulls**t Factory’

CNN anchor Jim Acosta on Saturday described Fox News as a “bulls**t factory” in a segment on “another mind-boggling week in disinformation.” Acosta aired clips of Fox News hosts telling viewers that President Biden intended to force Americans to cut back on—or give up—eating meat. “Say goodbye to your burgers if you want to sign up for the Biden cl...
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Why The Rock Paid $28 Million For A Home Through A ‘Pocket Listing’—And Many Others Are Too

On Manhattan’s Billionaires’ Row, just off Central Park, a luxury four-bedroom residence is up for sale. Featuring ten-foot ceilings, four-and-a-half bathrooms and an eat-in kitchen, the unit also includes 24-hour concierge service. The catch? Good luck finding it on the open market. The seller, whose identity was not disclosed, is soliciting offer...
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The GIST’s Recent $1 Million Raise Reflects A Greater Trend In The Rise Of Women In Sports

The NFL typically dominates the most-watched primetime games telecasted in the United States. However, even the NFL suffered rating losses in 2020, down 11% from 2019. Similarly, several other major professional sports leagues saw much steeper declines. Yet in the last year, while men’s major sports viewership decreased, The GIST — a media company ...
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Verizon Mulls Sale Of AOL, Yahoo

Less than a decade after it entered the media business through its acquisitions of AOL and Yahoo, Verizon VZ Communications reportedly may be preparing to exit the sector, According to The Wall Street Journal, Verizon is “exploring” whether to unload its media properties, which could fetch a price of $4 billion to $5 billion. According ...
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The Office Is Dead. Long Live The Office: Demand Is Back, But It’s Still A Tenant’s Market

Demand for office space across the U.S. is climbing back closer to historical norms, throwing cold water on the argument that the pandemic could permanently destroy the country’s office culture. “Any which way that we look at the numbers, there is tremendous momentum coming back into the office market,” says Ryan Masiello, cofounder and chief str...