Walgreens Considers Major Store Closures Amid Retail Challenges

Walgreens Boots Alliance CEO Tim Wentworth announced potential closures of a “meaningful percent” of the chain’s 8,600 stores nationwide. The 123-year-old company is examining roughly one-quarter of its locations, citing challenges in the retail pharmacy sector and concerns about public safety.

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Media Matters Funnels Six-Figure Sum to Board Member’s Firm

Media Matters for America, a nonprofit focused on correcting “conservative misinformation,” paid $105,000 in 2022 to ASR LLC, a consulting firm owned by board member Tom Perez. This payment, for “consultant advisory services,” raises questions about potential conflicts of interest in nonprofit organizations.

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Newsom Fires Back: California’s Struggles Blamed on Conservative Critics

Governor Gavin Newsom defended California’s record during his State of the State address, attributing criticism to ‘right-wing media coverage’ and ‘poisonous populism.’ Despite touting California as a global model, Newsom acknowledged the state’s way of life is ‘under attack’ from conservatives and ‘California bashers.

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Loudoun Schools Seek FCC Censorship of Local Media Coverage

Loudoun County Public Schools has filed a complaint with the FCC, seeking to punish ABC affiliate WJLA for its reporting on district corruption. The school system claims the Emmy-winning coverage amounts to “misinformation and disinformation” and constitutes “bullying and harassing behavior.

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