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Tuesday March 30th, 2021 evening edition

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Dominion could sue other media outlets following its lawsuit against Fox News, its attorney said.

Tom Clare told Axios it was “a fair assumption” Dominion would sue others that spread the theory.

It could also sue individual Fox News employees, and the company hasn’t ruled out suing former President Donald Trump, the attorney, Tom Clare, told Axios on Monday.

Clare told Axios that other outlets “played a similar role to Fox in spreading these lies” and that it was “a fair assumption” that Dominion would sue other media outlets.

Fox News Media, Bartiromo, Pirro, and Dobbs all filed separate motions to dismiss the lawsuit, Fox News said.

Clare said Dominion hadn’t ruled out suing individual Fox News personalities and could join these cases to the larger Fox News one or file separate cases.

When asked whether Dominion would file a suit against Trump, Clare said: “We haven’t ruled anyone out.”. »

AT&T lobbies against nationwide fiber, says 10Mbps uploads are good enough

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(That would be 50Mbps download speeds with 10Mbps upload speeds or 100Mbps downloads with 20Mbps uploads.).

The Biden administration is also planning a $3 trillion package that includes funding for rural broadband among many other priorities.

Back in 2014, AT&T urged the Federal Communications Commission to keep its standard of 4Mbps downloads and 1Mbps uploads. »

Latest Research News: New drug to regenerate lost teeth

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They found, with animal studies, that suppressing the gene USAG-1 by using its antibody can efficiently lead to tooth growth.

The tooth fairy is a welcome guest for any child who has lost a tooth.

A new study by scientists at Kyoto University and the University of Fukui, however, may offer some hope. »

GameStop Appoints Chief Growth Officer

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GRAPEVINE, Texas, March 30, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- GameStop Corp. (NYSE: GME) (“GameStop” or the “Company”) today announced that it has appointed Elliott Wilke to the role of Chief Growth Officer.

Mr. Wilke brings nearly two decades of branding, consumer goods and e-commerce experience to GameStop.

At GameStop, Mr. Wilke will oversee growth strategies and marketing, with a focus on increasing customer loyalty and growing the reach of Power Up Rewards and Game Informer. »