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December 5, 2016

Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, plan to follow President-elect Donald Trump from New York City to Washington, D.C., CNN reports. The couple is reportedly looking for houses in the area, where they plan to take up residence with their three children.

Kushner is poised to be a top adviser to Trump and has already played a significant role in Trump's presidential campaign. Kushner leaves behind business interests in New York, including real estate and the New York Observer, of which he is the publisher. Ivanka is also expected to assume an advisory role in the incoming administration, although Trump has claimed his children will run his business while he is in the White House.

Unlike his daughter and his son-in-law, Trump's wife Melania and their young son Barron plan to continue living in Trump Tower in New York City through at least the spring, until Barron finishes his school year. Jeva Lange

August 12, 2016

Fox News announced Friday that Bill Shine and Jack Abernethy will serve as the network's new co-presidents. The two company veterans will report to Rupert Murdoch, executive chairman of 21st Century Fox and executive chairman of Fox News Channel, who took over leadership of the network after former Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes resigned July 21 following allegations of sexual assault.

Abernethy, who is Fox Television Stations' CEO, will head up advertising, finance, sales, and distribution, while Shine, who was the station's senior executive vice president, will oversee programming, news, and editorial content. "Bill Shine has developed and produced a signature primetime that has dominated the cable news landscape for 14 of his 20 years with Fox News. His leadership and keen eye for programming has played a fundamental role in the success of both Fox News and Fox Business Network," Murdoch said in a statement. Of Abernethy, Murdoch said he will "ensure continued growth of Fox News and Fox Business Network for generations to come."

The network also announced Friday that its chief financial office, Mark Kranz, will be stepping down. Becca Stanek

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