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  1. PhotoSusan Zirinsky, a singular figure at CBS News, lasted two years as news division president. “If I was asked today to step into this role,” she said, “I would do it all over again.”
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    CBS News Will Try to Reinvent Itself, Again

    In an interview as she prepares to step down as news division head, Susan Zirinsky said, “I feel I have given my entire soul into rebuilding this organization.”

    By Michael M. Grynbaum and

  2. PhotoAt last year’s Oscars, stars like Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt were seated in the front row.
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    The Oscars Are a Week Away, but How Many Will Watch?

    TV ratings for awards shows have been in free fall, especially during the pandemic, and Hollywood doesn’t want the viewing public to toss its premier showcase into the entertainment dustbin.

    By Nicole Sperling and

  3. PhotoA reporter with One America News Network works at a campaign rally with President Donald Trump at Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport on September 25, 2020 in Newport News, Virginia.
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    One America News Network Stays True to Trump

    A recent OAN segment said there were “serious doubts about who’s actually president,” and another blamed “anti-Trump extremists” for the Capitol attack.

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  1. PhotoMannequins at an old Brooks Brothers warehouse in Enfield, Conn.
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    The Ghosts of Brooks Brothers

    After the retailer filed for bankruptcy one couple was left with a warehouse full of abandoned mannequins and a hefty price tag to dispose of it.

    By Sapna Maheshwari and

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    CreditJames Yang

    The Robots Are Coming … to Mow Your Lawn

    Gas-power yard equipment spews noise and pollutants. Newer models, using batteries or electricity, are quieter and greener, and might even manage themselves.

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    CreditJames Yang

    A Smarter App Is Watching Your Wallet

    As artificial intelligence evolves, personal finance programs are working to offer you, and your budget, tailored advice.

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