Opinion

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Supreme Court Denies Request to Stop Boy Scouts’ Bankruptcy Settlement

Alleged sex-abuse victims said it would be unfair to allow the bankruptcy settlement to move forward.

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WikiLeaks Founder Assange Faces Last Legal Roll of the Dice in Britain to Avoid US Extradition

LONDON—Julian Assange’s lawyers opened a final UK legal challenge Tuesday to stop the WikiLeaks founder from being sent to the United States to face spying charges, arguing that American authorities are seeking to punish him for exposing serious criminal acts by the U.S. government. Lawyer Edward Fitzgerald said Mr. Assange may “suffer a flagrant denial […]

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FBI Director Wray Sounds Alarm Over CCP’s Cyber Threat to Critical US Infrastructure

China’s hacking program is more significant than that of every other major nation combined, the FBI director said.

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Cyberattacks on Hospitals Are Likely to Increase, Putting Lives at Risk, Experts Warn

WASHINGTON—Cybersecurity experts are warning that hospitals around the country are at risk for attacks like the one that is crippling operations at a premier Midwestern children’s hospital, and that the U.S. government is doing too little prevent such breaches. Hospitals in recent years have shifted their use of online technology to support everything from telehealth […]

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Meta CEO Zuckerberg Apologizes to Parents at Intense Senate Hearing

Parents told lawmakers that their children had been exploited, bullied, or molested online while using one of Mr. Zuckerberg’s many platforms.

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Supreme Court Sets Date for COVID Social Media Censorship Case

Murthy v. Missouri is just one of many social media cases the Court is considering this term.

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Alaska Airlines Has Begun Flying Boeing Max 9 Jetliners Again and United Flies Plane on Saturday

Alaska Airlines has begun flying Boeing 737 Max 9 jetliners again since they were grounded after a panel blew out of the side of one of the airline’s planes. The airline said in a statement that it has completed its final inspection of their group of the aircraft. They said they resumed flying the Max […]

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More Than 200 Luxury Electric Vehicles Recalled Due to Fire Risk

A manufacturing issue could increase the risk of fire, leading to potential death or injury

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US Supreme Court Refuses Challenge to Washington State Tax as Repeal Referendum Gathers Steam

7 percent tax on capital gains above $250,000 could be erased by voters in November

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Elon Musk: DEI Discriminatory and Fundamentally Anti-Semitic

‘We just have to get rid of the rule that you that if you’re weaker, you’re automatically good. That obviously makes no sense’

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Ex-IRS Consultant Took Job With Intention of Stealing Trump’s Tax Returns: DOJ

Littlejohn weaponized his access to IRS database for personal and political agenda, prosecutors say

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Lawsuit Alleges Social Media Giant Meta Put Growth Ahead of Young Users Safety

Newly released sections of a lawsuit against Meta allege the company did not prioritize the safety of its younger users, an allegation the company denies.

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COVID-19 May Have Come From Chinese Laboratory, Dr. Fauci’s Former Boss Says

Dr. Francis Collins testified behind closed doors to a congressional panel.

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A Supreme Court Win Is on the Cards for Jan. 6 Defendants, Lawyers Predict

Hundreds of cases, including Trump’s, will be affected if the top court strikes down the government’s use of an ‘obstructing an official proceeding’ charge.

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1 in 5 Healthcare Providers Failed to Meet CDC Vaccine Storage Standards: Study

Inadequate storage could have resulted in many vaccine recipients receiving inert COVID-19 shots.