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Lachlan Murdoch · United States
Rupert Murdoch steps down as chairman of Fox and News Corp.
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch is transitioning from his roles as Chair of Fox Corporation and Executive Chairman of News Corp, he announced on Thursday. Murdoch, 92, informed colleagues in a letter Thursday of his decision, noting he was in good health. He will officially make the transition in November, and his son Lachlan will become the sole chairman of both companies.See the Story
46% Center coverage: 256 sources
Twitter · Las Vegas
Usher to headline the 2024 Super Bowl halftime show in Las Vegas
Usher has a new confession: The Grammy winner will headline the Apple Music Super Bowl Halftime Show in Las Vegas. The NFL, Apple Music and Roc Nation announced Sunday that Usher would lead the halftime festivities from Allegiant Stadium on Feb. 11. The music megastar, who has won eight Grammys, said he’s looking forward to performing on the NFL’s biggest stage.See the Story
56% Center coverage: 132 sources
Bob Menendez · United States
FBI found gold bars in Menendez’s house, money stuffed in jackets, prosecutors say
Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) and his wife, Nadine, have been indicted on charges of bribery. Federal prosecutors announced the charges Friday and said in a search of the senator’s home, they found $100,000 in gold bars and $480,000 in hidden cash. See the Story
41% Left coverage: 27 sources