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Musk Makes Child Sexual Exploitation a Front and Center Issue for Twitter

New Twitter owner Elon Musk says child sexual exploitation content is the first problem the social media platform will tackle under his authority.

G20 Leaders Sign Agreement to Use Vax Passports to ‘Facilitate’ International Travel

The passports are expected to be issued through the World Health Organization (WHO).

Lawsuit Filed Against Massachusetts for Installing COVID ‘Spyware’ on a Million Devices

The state Department of Public Health reportedly worked with Google to install the program.

Judge Overturns Georgia’s Heartbeat Abortion Ban

A state Superior Court judge in Georgia overturned a law on Tuesday that banned abortions after six weeks of pregnancy and once a baby's heartbeat is detected.

California Amends State Constitution to Enshrine ‘Right to Abortion’

Reports streaming in that the proposition passed by a wide margin.

Biden Vows to Codify Roe v. Wade If Dems Prevail in Congress this November

Joe Biden on Thursday tweeted how his party would soon respond to the recent overturning of the 1973 Supreme Court decision that gave women...

Emails Show Colorado District Lying About ‘Furries’ In Schools To Smear Parents, GOP Gubernatorial Candidate

A Colorado school district in the wealthy western suburbs of Denver gave a blanket statement to the local press dismissing parental concerns about an issue that’s galvanized the state’s contest for governor. 

Nancy Pelosi’s Husband Attacked in San Francisco Home

Nancy Pelosi's husband Paul Pelosi was 'violently assaulted' by a suspect who broke into the couple's San Francisco home.

Justice Keagan Blocks Jan. 6 Committee Subpoena

Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan temporarily stopped the committee's subpoena

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