Trump signed the Great American Outdoors Act, which will provide $900 million per year in permanent funding to the Land and Water Conservation Fund and create more than 10,000 infrastructure-related jobs.
Chaos over mail-in ballots and distrust of the results could trigger an existential crisis for American democracy.
While the Biden campaign has made up lost ground during July, Trump outspent Biden on Spanish-language TV and radio by nearly half a million dollars.
The DOJ approved a merger to allow Liberty Media to increase its stake in iHeartMedia up to 50 percent.
"They all say they are tech companies. I've always held the view they are publishers and they must act like publishers and be responsible for their content," Sir Martin Sorrell said.
One of the boycott organizers said she was "deeply disappointed" that Facebook "still refuses to hold itself accountable."
Analysis of a dataset containing fact-checked false information found that 4,094 of 7,295 misleading claims about the coronavirus had originated on the Mark Zuckerberg-led social network.
The Fox anchor believes the death of George Floyd has sparked anger that has spread like a virus, saying, 'Minneapolis was our Wuhan.'
"Look, nobody wants to be in an echo chamber, right? It's boring and unhelpful to read a one-sided view of any issue," the Reddit chief executive said, after announcing a wave of community bans.
Shares in the Jack Dorsey-led platform plunged by roughly seven percent last week as news broke that Unilever was halting social media ad spending. Then, the situation quickly got worse.
The drop in the social media platform's share price came as Unilever and Coca-Cola said they would refrain from advertising on the platform.
Last fall, Senator Elizabeth Warren was talking about breaking up Facebook and other Big Tech companies. This fall, she could become the next vice president.
An ad published in The Tennessean warned "Islam" is going to set off a nuclear bomb in Nashville on July 18.
Advertising is an under-appreciated means by which our economic recovery can be accelerated.
In April, the social network removed event listings of anti-quarantine protests. With much larger demonstrations now taking place nationwide, will its enforcement policies be the same?
The beds, which can hold up to 330 pounds and cost just $85, were designed and created with the help of a nearby clinic.
Donald Trump's 2020 campaign raised $61.7 million in April, bringing the total haul for this election cycle to over $742 million.
"People in Kentucky know that he doesn't care about them and they want him gone," McGrath said.
President Donald Trump and the Republicans extended their fundraising lead over Joe Biden and the Democrats in April, pulling in about $2 million more than the former vice president to amass $255 million in total cash on hand.
Organized crime groups that previously focused on tapping into oil pipelines to steal oil, or on drug smuggling are branching out into human trafficking.
This Super Tuesday will be studied for a long, long time.
The New York billionaire boasts huge personal wealth and extensive campaign infrastructure that could supercharge Biden's campaign following his Super Tuesday surge.
If history has anything to say, the winner who comes out with the most delegates tonight will likely go on to become the Democratic nominee.
"Of the more than 2 million donations we received this month, over 1.4 million were from voters in states that vote on Super Tuesday," campaign manger Faiz Shakir said.
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Americans consume 17.3 billion quarts of popcorn each year.
New Jersey senator Cory Booker has met the new fundraising requirements to qualify for the next Democratic debate in January, but his poll rankings may keep him out of the Des Moines debates.
After the billionaire and possible presidential candidate reportedly spent over $30 million on ads, Bernie Sanders criticized the move, saying Bloomberg can't "buy this election."