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Fox News anchor Bret Baier and family in car crash, released from hospital

By Cody Derespina

Fox News anchor Bret Baier and his family are “banged up, but alive” after a “major” car crash in Montana on Monday morning, Baier said in a statement Tuesday.

Tom Arnold splits from wife of 10 years Ashley Groussman

By Jessica Sager

Tom Arnold and his wife of a decade, Ashley Groussman, have split, the actor confirmed late Monday that Groussman moved out of their shared home.

Tom Arnold splits from wife of 10 years Ashley Groussman

By Jessica Sager

Tom Arnold and his wife of a decade, Ashley Groussman, have split, the actor confirmed late Monday that Groussman moved out of their shared home.

Stefanos Tsitsipas and Danielle Collins Continue Surprising Runs at Australian Open

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Tsitsipas backed up his win over Roger Federer by beating Roberto Bautista Agut to reach the semifinals. Collins also advanced to her first major semifinal.

Backlash Over Ad Depicting Naomi Osaka With Light Skin Prompts Apology

By DANIEL VICTOR

The Japanese instant-noodle brand Nissin’s ad featured a cartoon version of the biracial tennis star that changed her features.

Premier League reiterates beIN support

By Julian Clover

The Premier League says new evidence put forward by beIN Media Group demonstrates that its content is being illegally broadcast across the Middle East by the pirate beoutQ.

In a statement, the sports organisation said its model is predicated on the ability to market, sell and protect commercial rights.

“The broadcasters and licensees who acquire these rights legitimately, like beIN Media Group, make our competition available to fans across the world, and their investment underpins our ability to support Premier League clubs in continuously working to make the competition as compelling as possible.”

Last week, BEIN Sports published a new website that it claims “exposes the industrial scale theft of world sports and entertainment” carried out by beoutQ.

Already the League has appointed legal counsel in Saudi Arabia to begin the process of bringing an action against those involved in the piracy.

It says it will continue to work with beIN Media Group to bring the “highly organised and sophisticated illegal broadcast piracy” to an end.

Premier League reiterates beIN support

By Julian Clover

The Premier League says new evidence put forward by beIN Media Group demonstrates that its content is being illegally broadcast across the Middle East by the pirate beoutQ.

In a statement, the sports organisation said its model is predicated on the ability to market, sell and protect commercial rights.

“The broadcasters and licensees who acquire these rights legitimately, like beIN Media Group, make our competition available to fans across the world, and their investment underpins our ability to support Premier League clubs in continuously working to make the competition as compelling as possible.”

Last week, BEIN Sports published a new website that it claims “exposes the industrial scale theft of world sports and entertainment” carried out by beoutQ.

Already the League has appointed legal counsel in Saudi Arabia to begin the process of bringing an action against those involved in the piracy.

It says it will continue to work with beIN Media Group to bring the “highly organised and sophisticated illegal broadcast piracy” to an end.

TV2 owner Andy Vajna dies

By Chris Dziadul

Andy Vajna, the owner of the Hungarian national commercial broadcaster TV2, has died following a long illness.

Vajna was a well-known Hollywood film producer and also the head of the Hungarian National Film Fund.

A supporter of PM Viktor Orban, he took over TV2 from Yvonne Dederick and Zsolt Simon in 2015.

Founded in 1997, TV2 is the second largest broadcaster in Hungary after RTL Klub.

TV2 owner Andy Vajna dies

By Chris Dziadul

Andy Vajna, the owner of the Hungarian national commercial broadcaster TV2, has died following a long illness.

Vajna was a well-known Hollywood film producer and also the head of the Hungarian National Film Fund.

A supporter of PM Viktor Orban, he took over TV2 from Yvonne Dederick and Zsolt Simon in 2015.

Founded in 1997, TV2 is the second largest broadcaster in Hungary after RTL Klub.

TV2 owner Andy Vajna dies

By Chris Dziadul

Andy Vajna, the owner of the Hungarian national commercial broadcaster TV2, has died following a long illness.

Vajna was a well-known Hollywood film producer and also the head of the Hungarian National Film Fund.

A supporter of PM Viktor Orban, he took over TV2 from Yvonne Dederick and Zsolt Simon in 2015.

Founded in 1997, TV2 is the second largest broadcaster in Hungary after RTL Klub.

The Stone: Socrates Wants You to Tidy Up, Too

By YUNG IN CHAE and JOHANNA HANINK

What reading an ancient Greek dialogue can tell us about the Marie Kondo craze.

For Democrats, South Carolina Already Looms Large for the 2020 Race

By JONATHAN MARTIN and ASTEAD W. HERNDON

In an increasingly diverse Democratic Party, South Carolina will be the first presidential primary in which a majority of voters will be African-American.

How Huawei Wooed Europe With Sponsorships, Investments and Promises

By ADAM SATARIANO and RAYMOND ZHONG

As the Chinese telecommunications giant faces scrutiny over its security, its careful cultivation of European governments and customers is at risk of unraveling.

Philippine Law Would Make 9-Year-Olds Criminally Liable

By JASON GUTIERREZ

President Rodrigo Duterte has sought the change as a way to deter drug gangs from using children. Rights advocates called it a “stark mockery” of child development.

It’s the Late, Late, Late Show at the Australian Open

By KAREN CROUSE

Eight matches in the first seven days of the tournament ended after midnight, forcing players to adjust their sleep schedules.

Critic’s Notebook: The Marvelous Ms. Elaine May

By MANOHLA DARGIS

A program at Film Forum showcases her brilliance as a director in movies like “A New Leaf” and, yes, “Ishtar.”

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