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Plus, the latest on the Jan. 6 select committee hearing.

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Instagram says the new features are part of ongoing work to protect kids on the app; they also may serve to appease regulators

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The VA and two states are requiring vaccines for workers as delta cases rise.

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That’s more than half the money the state received from Congress to improve election security before 2020.

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Police officers from the U.S. Capitol Police and D.C.'s Metropolitan Police Department will testify before a panel of nine lawmakers, all appointed by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

In a statement, the panel noted that the Ohio Democrat had paid a fine before her release and that no additional legal action was expected from the July 15 episode.

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But it's unclear how much spreading coronavirus misinformation will hurt lawmakers in the 2022 midterms.

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The lobbying growth demonstrates the strained relationship between Chinese tech companies and the Biden administration

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But its new law easing "prior authorization" requirements doesn't please insurers.

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The president is doing the right thing by getting tough with Russia and hiring top-shelf cyber leaders, according to 86 percent of experts in our poll.

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Several progressive, pro-Israel Jewish groups are announcing their support of Ben & Jerry's ice cream after the Vermont-based company announced last week it would discontinue sales of its ice cream in “occupied Palestinian Territory.”

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Some Democratic lawmakers say they’re pleased with Biden’s successes, even if they’re anxious to get more done.

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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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