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15 million student-loan borrowers would be completely debt-free if Biden fulfilled his campaign promise

With Biden's $10,000 forgiveness promise, fifteen million borrowers could have all of their student debt forgiven. Data gathered by Senator
New US rules on spyware exports try to limit surveillance tech like Pegasus
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New US rules on spyware exports try to limit surveillance tech like Pegasus

The Washington Post reports that the US Department of Commerce has announced a new rule to stop hacking tools being sold to Russia and China. In a
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A 10-year-old Black girl was arrested at school in Hawaii after allegedly drawing a photo of her bully, ACLU says

Google Maps: Honowai Elementary School, Waipahu (Hawaii) HawaiiNewsNow reported that a 10-year-old Black girl was taken into custody after she drew
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San Francisco shuts down In-N-Out for not enforcing jab mandate: 'We refuse to become the vaccination police'

San Francisco closed In-N-Out's fast-food restaurant temporarily due to refusal of the company to require customers to prove that they have been
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Schiff 'vehemently' disagrees with Attorney General Garland's reluctance to pursue Trump

The Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee Adam Schiff made unusually sharp comments about a member in President Biden's Cabinet. He stated
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The EPA wants to regulate hazardous 'forever chemicals,' which are found in items like pizza boxes, nonstick pans, and cleaning products

Chemicals that are insoluble and can linger in soil, water and air for an undetermined time cannot be broken down. Many household products contain
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Andrew McCabe, the former FBI official who was fired under Trump just hours before his retirement, won back his pension in a settlement with the DOJ

Andrew McCabe. Alex Wong/Getty Images Andrew McCabe, former FBI deputy director, filed a lawsuit against the Justice Department. McCabe was sued for
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Here’s Where The Biden Administration Hopes To Build Massive Offshore Wind Farms

Topline According to the Department of the Interior, the federal government will lease off-shore sites in the next four year to build massive wind
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Miami decides to fire police chief Art Acevedo and end a short but tumultuous tenure

Art Noriega, the City Manager, moved Monday night to fire Chief Police Officer Art Acevedo. This was a result of weeks of speculation after two
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Trump Records Birthday Video For Ashli Babbitt, Calls For DOJ To Reopen Investigation

Topline On Sunday, former President Donald Trump urged for Ashli Babbitt's death on January 6, 2017, calling for the Department of Justice to reopen