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Twitter Won’t Censor COVID Tweets Anymore

Twitter will no longer suppress Covid-related tweets as Musk continues his "general amnesty" across the platform.

Russian Senate Approves Ban on LGBTQ ‘Propaganda’

Russia's Federation Council, the upper house of the Federal Assembly of Russia, on Wednesday unanimously approved a law banning indoctrination materials promoting non-traditional sexual relationships, pedophilia, and the dissemination of information about LGBT people in the media, the Internet, ads, literature, and movies.

Dutch Government Seizes 3,000 Farms to Comply With Nitrogen Emission Regulations

The Dutch government plans to close 3,000 private farms to comply with EU regulations on nitrogen emission.

China to Increase Nuclear Warheads to 1,500

China is expanding its nuclear force and is on pace to nearly quadruple the number of warheads it has by 2035, rapidly closing its gap with the United States, the Pentagon said in a report released Tuesday.

‘Critical Win’: Appeals Court Strikes Down San Diego Schools COVID Vaccine Mandate

In a precedent-setting decision for the State of California, a state appeals court last week ruled against the San Diego Unified School District’s (SDUSD) COVID-19 vaccine requirement for students.

Number of Americans Who Identify as ‘Liberal’ Drops

Morning Consult poll shows rise in number of moderates, slight increase in conservatism.

Google Provided Geofence Location Data to FBI for Jan 6 Investigations

5,723 individuals were connected to the US Capitol during January 6 based on location data.

Thousands of Convicted Pedophiles in California Being Released From Prison

Pedophiles are getting less than a year prison time after a range of horrific acts, including raping kids under 14.

Georgia Breaks Early Voting Record in Senate Runoff

More than a quarter million Georgians have already turned out for early voting in the Senate runoff election, setting a new record for the state.

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