DOJ Nearing Antitrust Action on Google; Trump Eyes Tech Curb
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Along with the antitrust drive, the Justice Department has asked Congress to roll back long-held legal protections for online platforms like Facebook, Google and Twitter, putting down a legislative marker in Trump’s drive against the social media giants. The proposed changes would strip some of the bedrock protections that have generally shielded the companies from legal responsibility for what people post on their platforms. [Full Story]
1 Officer Indicted in Breonna Taylor Case, but Not for Her Death; Protests Building
A Kentucky grand jury brought no charges against Louisville police for the killing of Breonna Taylor during a drug raid gone wrong, with prosecutors saying Wednesday two officers who fired their weapons at the Black woman were justified in using force to protect...... [Full Story]
Biden: Harris 'Ready' If Someone Pushes Him 'Off Roof'
Democratic nominee for president Joe Biden tried to downplay concerns [Full Story]
Thousands Expected to Honor Ginsburg at Supreme Court
Thousands of people are expected to pay their respects at the Supreme [Full Story]
The New Powerful German Hearing Aid Crushing the Market in the U.S.
SPONSOR: America's #1 provider in German tech hearing aids [Full Story]
New York's Times Square New Year's Eve Celebration to Go Virtual
New York's Times Square will bid farewell to 2020 without the usual [Full Story]
How the Democrats Would Destroy America by Winning White House, Congress
From promises to look into eliminating the Senate filibuster and [Full Story] |
Tommy Chong: Throw Away Your CBD Now
SPONSOR: They almost killed me How cancer saved Tommy Chong's life. [Full Story]
Eric Trump Ordered to Testify in New York AG's Probe of Trump Organization
President Donald Trump's son, Eric Trump, must testify to the New [Full Story]
Fauci Scolds Sen. Paul at COVID-19 Hearing
Dr. Anthony Fauci and Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., on Wednesday publicly [Full Story]
Failure to Comply – Are You Next to be Banned?
SPONSOR: Americans are being put on restriction lists, being banned [Full Story]
McCarthy Threatens Move to Oust Pelosi
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy hinted at using a procedural [Full Story]
CDC Employees Say Morale at All-Time Low
Morale at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is at an [Full Story]
Tesla Sues to Block Trump Tariffs on Imports From China
Tesla Inc. sued to block the Trump Administration from collecting [Full Story]
Pompeo Warns Local Politicians to Be Alert to Chinese 'Influence and Espionage'
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Wednesday warned U.S. politicians [Full Story]
Dems Want Feinstein Removed From Senate Judiciary Post
Some Senate Democrats are pushing for Sen. Dianne Feinstein, [Full Story]
Poll: Trump Holds Slim Lead in Georgia
President Donald Trump leads Democrat Joe Biden by a razor-thin [Full Story]
AP: Trump and Richard Nixon Were Pen Pals in the 80s
They were two men in Manhattan who craved the same thing: validation. [Full Story]
Sen. Cruz Blocks Resolution Honoring RBG
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, on Tuesday blocked a U.S. Senate resolution [Full Story]
Ozzy Osbourne's 3-Year-Old Granddaughter Positive For Coronavirus
Ozzy Osbourne's three-year-old granddaughter has tested positive for [Full Story]
CEO Confidence Increases, But Still Remains at Decade Low
After dropping for nine quarters in a row, the CEO economic [Full Story]
White Supremacists Top Terrorist Threats in US: Acting DHS Chief Wolf
President Donald Trump's nominee to lead the agency in charge of [Full Story]
Bezos' Blue Origin Hiring Developer for 'Orbital Habitat'
Blue Origin, the aerospace manufacturer owned by Jeff Bezos, is [Full Story]
Playboy Nears $425M Deal to Return to Stock Market
Playboy Enterprises is nearing a deal to go public through a merger with Mountain Crest Acquisition Corp., which would value the owner of Playboy magazine at around $425 million, including debt, people familiar with the matter said.A tie-up with Mountain Crest would result... [Full Story]
Indoor Dining Is Back in NYC. How Will It Affect Restaurants?
With cooler weather upon us, eating outdoors will not be as appealing as it was this past summer during the pandemic. Governor Andrew Cuomo recently cleared the path for New York City restaurants to allow indoor dining starting Sept. 30. Although this is welcome news for... [Full Story]
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