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The House GOP leader had tapped Rep. John Katko to negotiate but rejected the deal that the New York Republican cut with Democrats.

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The Hawaii Democrat's letter signals a growing focus on how social media can promote discrimination.

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The court will consider whether states can limit abortions earlier in pregnancy.

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The scammers take over verified Twitter and YouTube accounts and then manipulate them into looking like the accounts of high-profile celebrities like Elon Musk.

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The House Foreign Affairs Committee Democrats held an emergency meeting on Monday night on the issue.

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President revokes predecessor’s Section 230 executive order.

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The Electronic Frontier Act is designed at helping the United States compete with China.

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Cases, hospitals and deaths are steadily trending down, even with millions of Americans still unvaccinated.

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Ransomware groups are fleeing the spotlight in the wake of increased scrutiny by U.S. law enforcement after the hack of Colonial Pipeline. Researchers say it's unlikely they'll stay offline for good.

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The proposed arms sale comes in the midst of intense fighting in the Gaza Strip.

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Four and a half months after insurrectionists supporting Donald Trump stormed the Capitol, the House is still consumed by the fallout.

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Agency heads and other experts lead, with practical over political

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Google estimates more than 90 percent of H-4 visa holders are women.

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Director Rochelle Walensky says her agency is responding to reality and not bowing to pressure.

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But that doesn't leave Russia, a know safeharbor for cybercriminals, off the hook.

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Questions about the new CDC guidance remain, however.

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What’s a few more surreal hours in American politics?

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The system will begin with a digital currency tied with the U.S. dollar.

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Rep. Lauren Underwood (D-Ill.) insists the issue is a bipartisan winner.

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The Biden administration wants to use the government's spending power to make all software harder to hack.

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