FNC Evening News for Thursday, Jul 15, 2004
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) The merger of casino giants Harrah’s & Caesars, the decision by Slim Fast to end its endorsement deal with comedian Whoopi Goldberg, after her derogatory remarks about President Bush, the not-guilty plea of the former head of Russian oil giant Yukos, who has been accused of tax evasion & fraud, and a study finding that fish markets often mislabel various expensive species in order to sell cheaper fish to customers reported.
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