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US Voters Support Breaking Up Big Tech: Poll

A new poll found that Americans support stricter regulations against Big Tech companies, Axios reported Friday.

GOP House Campaign Arm to Accept Crypto Donations

The National Republican Congressional Committee will become the first national party group to accept donations in cryptocurrency, Axios reported.

Rand Paul to Newsmax: No Response From NIH, HHS on COVID Information

Republican senators have not gotten a response yet to their letter to Health and Human Services and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) demanding documents concerning their handling of the coronavirus pandemic following the release of a trove of Dr. Anthony Fauci's emails, Sen. Rand Paul tells Newsmax.

Biden Plans to ‘Warn’ Putin in Talks That May Last 5 Hours

President Joe Biden plans to warn Russian President Vladimir Putin that the U.S. will respond to actions that conflict with its national interests during a meeting scheduled for 1 p.m. Wednesday in Geneva, according to White House officials.

US Catholic Bishops to Debate Giving Communion to Pro-Choice Politicians

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops this week are expected to discuss if pro-choice Catholic politicians should be able to receive Holy Communion.

Trump Touts His Record: ‘I Was Right’

President Donald Trump called out what he said were the election-year lies of Big Tech, the complicit media, and Democrats seeking to remove him from the White House with a pointed statement Saturday from his Save America PAC.

Fox News Heir Spent $20 Million Opposing Trump

James Murdoch, an heir to the Fox News fortune, spent $20 million opposing Donald Trump's 2020 reelection while funneling another $100 million through a nonprofit to support leftwing political groups, according to a new report.

Experts Say $400B in Pandemic Unemployment Funds Likely Stolen

Some experts say unemployment fraud during the coronavirus pandemic could easily reach $400 billion, with most of that money likely ending up in the hands of international crime syndicates in China, Nigeria, Russia and elsewhere, Axios reports.

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