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Failure to get the jab could lead to lost pay, forfeited games.

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This time, Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) has introduced a bill to make social media companies liable for health misinformation.

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The Kremlin has targeted the last two Olympics Games.

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When House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) pulled all five of his designees from the Jan. 6 committee earlier this week, he also inadvertently sidelined his members from defending the former president.

The speaker’s move won strong backing from House Democrats, many of whom remain disturbed and angry about the Capitol riot.

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But the White House won’t support just doing away with it.

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Here's what I learned writing The Technology 202.

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The project exposed the incomparable power NSO’s spyware gives governments to spy on their citizens and quell dissent.

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Sens. Thomas R. Carper (D-Del.) and Tammy Duckworth (D-Ill.) say their support is contingent on funding their water infrastructure and surface transportation bills.

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A potential inflection point in the pandemic? Probably not.

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The choices reflect a major shift in how the Democratic Party approaches tech regulation.

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Reports of Chinese criminals conducting ransomware attacks are drawing attention to the enterprise’s global scope.

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The report also concluded that the GOP fearmongering over the pair of bills impact on inflation is “overdone.”

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But like other Republicans, he may be moving to redefine the Capitol attack.

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It's part of a broader Republican strategy likely to be echoed in the 2022 midterms.

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The mandates come after a devastating attack on Colonial Pipeline and as the government assumes more authority for protecting critical infrastructure against cyberattacks.

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Three out of the five lawmakers chosen to sit on the committee objected to certifying the election results; all of them voted against impeaching former president Trump.

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Their letter pushes social media giants to ban ‘dirty dozen’ accounts.

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An ugly back-and-forth with the White House highlighted a lack of transparency.

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They’re blaming Beijing for the Microsoft Exchange hack and for close ties to criminal hackers.

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