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On The Money: Senate braces for nasty debt ceiling fight | Democrats pushing for changes to bipartisan deal | Housing prices hit new high...

Republicans are digging in on the federal debt limit, warning Democrats that it will be up to them to avoid a default as President Biden pushes for trillions more in spending.

Internet service providers spent $230M on lobbying, donations

Internet service providers and their trade associations spent more than $230 million on lobbying and political donations during the 116th Congress as they influenced legislation to expand broadband access, according to a report released Monday.

Beginning of the end for DACA; federal judge says ‘Stop’

Some were surprised when U.S. District Court Judge Andrew Hanenruled that Barack Obama’s DACA program was created illegally. I don’t think Obama was. He knew he was exceeding his authority when he created it.

Trump: Tech giants ‘immune from so many different things, but they’re not immune from the lawsuit’

Former President Trump said on Sunday that tech companies that banned him from social media platforms are “not immune” from his lawsuit against them.

State of emergency declared in Tokyo ahead of Olympics

apanese Prime Minister Yoshihde Suga on Thursday officially announced a state of emergency in Tokyo just two weeks ahead of the Olympics amid an increase in COVID-19 cases in the capital city.

36 states, DC sue Google, alleging antitrust violations in app store

The attorneys general of 36 states and Washington, D.C., sued Google Wednesday, alleging the company’s control over its Android app store violates antitrust laws.

AZ newspaper sues state Senate, Cyber Ninjas for audit info

Arizona's leading newspaper is suing the state Senate and a digital contractor in a bid to obtain information about the GOP-backed audit of the 2020 election results in Maricopa County.

DeSantis to forgo Trump rally in Sarasota

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) will not be attending former President Trump’s rally in Sarasota, Fla., on Saturday amid ongoing recovery efforts following the deadly condo building collapse in Surfside, Fla.

Supreme Court leaves Arizona voting restrictions in place

The Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that a pair of Republican-backed Arizona voting restrictions do not run afoul of federal law, rejecting a Democratic challenge and dealing a blow to voting rights advocates.

CDC director: Vaccinated people ‘safe’ from delta variant, do not need to wear masks

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Rochelle Walensky said Wednesday that fully vaccinated people are "safe" from the current variants and do not need to wear masks, doubling down on CDC guidance as some others call for a return to mask wearing.

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