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Coverage Of Chauvin Verdict Seems As Divided As Nation's Politics

Broadcast and cable news networks showed different approaches to coverage of Chauvin verdict.

As media outlets scrambled to cover the aftermath of guilty verdicts for murder and manslaughter against Derek Chauvin, the differences in coverage on some cable TV outlets seemed as divided as the country's politics.

The contrast was clear Tuesday afternoon when advocates like Rev. Al Sharpton and attorney Ben Crump, Black men who represented George

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