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Based on (what is claimed to be) the CNN weekly Nielson ratings here CNN had a significant uptick in viewership in 2020, relative to 2019 levels, and in 2021, its viewership has returned to about 2019 levels. These data do indicate that CNN has encountered a very large (>50%) drop in viewership since January 2021. There is not evidence in this data that ...


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This is genuine. A google search for "new york times jobs" results in the New York Times Career page which includes the advert under "Explore International Opportunities".


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The New York Times jobs section links through to the their international opportunities. There, when filtering on "Russian Federation" you can find a direct link to this job advert which reads, in full: Vladimir Putin’s Russia remains one of the biggest stories in the world. It sends out hit squads armed with nerve agents against its enemies, most ...


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The article from the tweet you linked claims that both long lines and gas price increases occurred. I would guess either the tweet is a typo or it is click bait to get you to go to the article. https://www.nytimes.com/2021/05/10/business/colonial-pipeline-ransomware.html?smtyp=cur&smid=tw-nytimes In the meantime, drivers in Tennessee, Georgia and ...


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No Comments about the article made me revisit this. The text in the tweet (at least about long lines) did appear in the original New York Times article on May 10. Since the pipeline shutdown, there have been no long lines at gasoline stations https://web.archive.org/web/20210510211833/https://www.nytimes.com/2021/05/10/business/colonial-pipeline-ransomware....


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It's hard to prove a negative, but I'll go ahead and share what I found. The Daily Express online makes a lot of fuss over this guy, and it looks like the word "evil" is used on average about once per article. However, "evilest Austrian in history," or any similar phrasing (or even use of any general superlative), I looked for ...


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Seemingly not quite that, but the Express ran dozens of articles on Fritzl, all full of epithets ranging from "monster", "pervert", "sadist", "brute", "beast", to "A MAN of the most consummate evil". Possibly this last expression may have been the basis of the "claim" (which was made in a ...


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The blue screen background of the rehearsal video, is the exterior of the Dhahran International Hotel in Saudi Arabia. You can see the hotel in this live tv broadcast: https://youtu.be/MX50H0klRXc&t=3m22s You can see the a film crew recording on a stage outside the hotel, and the blue hotel is behind them. Although the person shown is not a CNN tv ...


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