The move to nix a vote that would reauthorize expired portions of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act comes after a collapse of broad support for legislation that was the culmination of months of negotiations between the White House, the Justice Department and Congress.
The lawsuit said FOX News "knowingly disseminated false information" on COVID-19 that hampered "implementation of effective mitigation and countermeasures against the virus."
President Trump has repeated a debunked conspiracy theory that falsely claims Joe Scarborough committed murder in 2001 against a woman who worked in his office when he was a Florida congressman.
Missouri Senator Demands Google Provide Information About YouTube Censorship of Comments Critical of China
"Selling out American principles to curry favor with communist officials is no way to run an American business—regardless of who else is doing it," Missouri Senator Josh Hawley said.
Senator Romney said that while Scarborough can "weather" President Trump's accusations regarding the deceased staffer, the widower's "heart is breaking."
I'm now in a weird situation where I'm not going to speak up because I'm named Karen, and I don't want to be anything like the "Karen" who is going to speak up about anything that could be wrong.
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The lockdown could mean a "greater number of sexual predators online looking to target and groom young people."
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"The Tonight Show" host impersonated fellow comedian Chris Rock in blackface for an SNL sketch in 2000.
The "Say So" singer appeared to be canceled then uncanceled by the internet over the last few days and has since denied taking part in any "racist conversations."
TikTok is the latest example of a social media company allowing bigotry to flourish on its platform.
Forced from their classrooms and routines, kids need immediate action to make sure their developmental and academic progress doesn't take a lasting hit.
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"Without this prohibition, intelligence officials would potentially have access to information such as our personal health, religious practices, and political views," Wednesday's letter said.
It looks like a lot of people are revisiting "Avatar: The Last Airbender" and, curiously, Michael Mann's 2009 flick "Public Enemies."
The 1975's long-awaited "Notes on a Conditional Form" drops today, as we're still reeling from surprise releases from Jeff Rosenstock and Carly Rae Jepsen.
"Rain on Me" is the second single off Lady Gaga's upcoming album "Chromatica," following the release of "Stupid Love" earlier this year.
Because children are increasingly spending time online for education, entertainment and socializing, experts say, online traffickers are targeting them in greater numbers.
William Bryan had previously said he was trying to be a "good Samaritan" by recording the slaying and has been in "complete shock" since witnessing Arbery's alleged murder.
The antitrust cases against Google are watershed moments in consumers' fight against Big Tech.
The idea of multiple universes has yet to be proven.
"Ericsson has carefully put itself into an advantageous position across vastly different political environments," one technology industry analyst told Newsweek.
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Coronavirus has underscored how Big Tech imbues our lives—and it isn't all pretty.
As more consumers prefer to buy online, from the safety of their houses, this has put immense pressure on the middlemen/retailers, which often leads to product shortage or price hikes. To curb these challenges, more and more manufacturers are cutting out the middlemen and selling directly to consumers online.