- Fox News will pay more than $787 million to Dominion Voting Systems after the sides hammered out a last-minute settlement Tuesday in the explosive defamation case launched against the right-wing network.
- Fox acknowledged the court's rulings finding "certain claims about Dominion to be false." However, the network will not have to admit on air that it spread election lies, a Dominion rep said.
- By settling, influential Fox executives and prominent on-air personalities will be spared from testifying about their 2020 election coverage, which was filled with lies about voter fraud.
- Dominion also has pending lawsuits against right-wing networks Newsmax and OAN, as well as against Trump allies Rudy Giuliani, Sidney Powell and Mike Lindell.
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