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Jury Rules Against Project Veritas in Lawsuit
(September 23 09:22) Nytimes.com
The conservative group was found to have violated wiretapping laws and fraudulently misrepresented itself to a Democratic consulting firm, to which it was ordered to pay $120,000.
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After Hitting No. 62, Aaron Judge Acknowledges Pressure of Chase
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