Twitter announced that it launched a new “crisis information policy.” The platform said the policy prevented the recommendation or amplification of “viral, false content that can further harm already vulnerable groups.” “People turn to Twitter during crisis times to share news, find support, and stay connected,” Twitter said. “Today, we’re launching a crisis misinformation policy
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Perhaps not as much a surprise as many would think, but yeah, the government favored liberal areas over conservative ones in the 2020 census and it gave the left a few House seats it should never have had. The Census Bureau reported that its Post-Enumeration Survey, which uses sampling to check the accuracy of the 2020 census, found
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One doesn’t know whether to see this as hilariously ironic or simply evidence of a massive lack of self-awareness. Here is the recent headline in The New York Times after the shooting in Buffalo, the story written by Nicholas Confessore and Karen Yourish. A Fringe Conspiracy Theory, Fostered Online, Is Refashioned by the G.O.P.Replacement theory,
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Twenty senators sent a letter this week to Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo seeking her support for the Biden administration’s immediate issuing of permits required to use offshore federal oil and gas leases.  The letter signed by Republican senators, including Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., identified the National Marine Fisheries Service’s delay in granting permits necessary to increase gas
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Tesla’s Model 3 at the Tesla store in Washington, D.C. Salwan Georges | The Washington Post | Getty Images Automakers from Tesla to Rivian to Cadillac are hiking prices on their electric vehicles amid changing market conditions and rising commodity costs, specifically for key materials needed for EV batteries. Battery prices have been declining for
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J.M. Smucker has issued a nationwide recall on almost 50 different lots/products over concerns of salmonella contamination. Salmonella can cause serious illness and even death in the very young, old, or those with compromised immune systems. Otherwise healthy people may experience nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and fever. Smucker says that the recalled products have been distributed
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President Joe Biden expressed an interest in meeting with Kim Jong Un should the North Korean leader have sincere diplomatic intentions. Biden made this statement after meeting with the recently elected South Korean President Yoon Suk-Yeol. Biden said that South Korean and U.S. officials would soon begin holding discussions to expand joint military exercises as
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A 15-year-old girl went missing in the middle of a Dallas Mavericks basketball game on April 8. The teenager was found 11 days later at an Oklahoma City hotel after nude photos of the girl were discovered online in advertisements for sex. The attorney for the family of the girl is now demanding answers about
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If an administration deliberately wished to cause havoc on the border, to ensure fuel was nearly unaffordable, to create a crime wave, to spark 1970s hyperinflation, and to rekindle racial tensions, what would it have done differently than what President Joe Biden has done? So is Biden malicious, incompetent, or a wannabe left-wing ideologue? When
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Once again, the nation is waiting on Pennsylvania to count the votes in a close election. Roughly 1,100 votes separate GOP senate candidates Mehmet Oz and Dave McCormick, with fewer than 10,000 mail-in votes remaining as of Friday. Like 2020, Pennsylvania’s notoriously slow counters are leaving two candidates and millions of voters in limbo. One major
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On Saturday, President Joe Biden signed legislation that would authorize giving Ukraine an additional $40 billion in financial support as Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine drags on. This new legislation previously passed Congress with overwhelming bipartisan support, CNBC reported, and deepens the U.S.’s commitment to Ukraine at a time of uncertainty as the
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What are the chances that the Supreme Court will spur tremendous reform to change how our nation’s administrative state—rather than Congress—engages in lawmaking? On this Saturday edition of “The Daily Signal Podcast,” former Justice Department official John Yoo joins the show to discusses the prospects. Yoo, a law professor at University of California, Berkeley, was
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