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News outlets are collapsing as advertisers flock to social media platforms. It has major implications for society

Analysis by Oliver Darcy, CNN New York (CNN) — Editor’s Note: A version of this article first appeared in the “Reliable Sources” newsletter. Sign up for the daily digest chronicling the evolving media landscape here. Social media companies are soaking up the billions in advertising dollars that once flowed to legacy media companies — a trend

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Opinion: Jodie Turner-Smith is telling the truth about divorce

Opinion by Jill Filipovic (CNN) — Actors Jodie Turner-Smith and Joshua Jackson divorced in October. They share a three-year-old daughter. And this week, an interview with Turner-Smith ran in the UK-based newspaper The Times, with the “Queen & Slim” actor saying about her divorce from Jackson, the former star of “Dawson’s Creek” and “Fringe”: “Sometimes things we really want

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A new Biden is on display in public

Analysis by Zachary B. Wolf, CNN (CNN) — Who is this new Joe Biden we’re seeing, just in time for election season? He’s spitballing about the Middle East during a stop for ice cream in New York and cracking jokes at Donald Trump’s expense on late-night television. He’s getting directly involved in government funding, calling

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Produce at an Albertsons Cos. brand Safeway grocery store in Scottsdale

Blocking Kroger’s mega-merger with Albertsons won’t save your local grocery store

Analysis by Nathaniel Meyersohn, CNN New York (CNN) — Citing higher prices and weaker competition, the US government sued to block Kroger and Albertsons’ $25 billion mega-merger Monday. But scuttling the deal isn’t a given – and even if it’s ultimately dismantled, keeping the supermarket chains separate may not save your local grocery store. Kroger

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