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Trump launches his salvo against social media — will it land?

Under the order, Trump said he is asking regulators to reinterpret a law that shields internet companies from lawsuits over content on their sites, a…

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Army builds new 18.6-mile range tank killing weapon

What if a Russian armored vehicle column were approaching for attack, maneuvering between mountains about 15km (16.84 miles) away as they came forward? At the…

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De Blasio Expects New York City To Head Back To Work Next Month

Vehicles move through a nearly empty Times Square earlier this month in New York City. On Thursday, Mayor Bill de Blasio laid out his plans…

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Trump Officials Defend Their Handling Of Worker Safety During Coronavirus

Occupational Safety and Health Administration Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary Loren Sweatt (C) and National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Director John Howard (L) talk…

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Vaping causes ‘slime cloak,’ mouth stress, researchers say

Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here. Vapers may think twice before taking another puff after…

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Trump’s ‘big action’ on social media rests on limited legal powers

These are answers to some key questions about Thursday’s announcement, based on early draft language that may change by the time Trump signs the order:…

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Florida man wanted for murder in 2003 cold case turns self in, sheriff says

A Florida man was arrested for murder after turning himself over to authorities in a case that had been cold for 17 years, investigators said Wednesday….

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What charges could Minneapolis police officers face for George Floyd death?

Fox News legal analyst Mercedes Colwin told “America’s Newsroom” on Thursday that the officers involved in the arrest of George Floyd, a Minnesota man who…

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New York City could see 400,000 workers return next month in first phase of a long recovery

People wear protective masks during the coronavirus pandemic in Times Square. | AP Photo NEW YORK — As many as 400,000 workers could head back…

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House passes bill to ease small business emergency loan rules

The legislation, sponsored by Reps. Dean Phillips (D-Minn.) and Chip Roy (R-Texas), would give businesses seeking full loan forgiveness more time to spend the money…

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