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Real-life 'Succession' as Lachlan Murdoch steps in

Lachlan Murdoch takes the reins as the sole chairman of News Corp., presiding over the empire his father built — encompassing the most influential conservative media institutions in America.
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Real-life 'Succession' as Lachlan Murdoch solidifies perch atop Fox and News Corp. Click to view images

Lachlan Murdoch shares his father Rupert's right-wing politics and enthusiasm for the family media empire, leading analysts to believe the son's corporate direction won't depart much from what the elder Murdoch set forth.

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Why would Disney want to sell ABC? Click to view images

The storied television network and its stations have been part of Disney for 27 years. But the company's streaming ambitions may put the unit on the block.

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Review: What's the opposite of a must-see? The tired 'Expend4bles' is close to definitive Click to view images

Reheated action heroics don't get the job done in a shoddy sequel starring Megan Fox, Jason Statham, Sylvester Stallone, Tony Jaa and Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson.

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Column: Rupert Murdoch is sliding into retirement. His malign influence isn't going anywhere Click to view images

He won't run Fox News anymore, but it's far too early to say good riddance to Rupert Murdoch, since the venom he injected into American politics may last forever.

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Meet Shah Rukh Khan: If you haven't heard of the Bollywood superstar, it's about time you did Click to view images

If you don't know Shah Rukh Khan by now, it's time to get to know the Bollywood superstar who is commanding Indian cinema with two blockbusters this year.

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WGA and studios hold marathon talks but no deal yet to end strike Click to view images

WGA and AMPTP representatives met for the second time this week as the two sides worked on an agreement that would end the writers' strike.

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The architect of L.A.'s iconic Capitol Records building sets the record straight — again — on that needle Click to view images

On the heels of his 95th birthday, the architect of L.A. landmarks looks back on his career and the ever-enduring myth that his Capitol Records building is intended to resemble a stack of records. (It's not.)

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