Just consider the policies that the Founding Fathers embraced.
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The social media site slapped a warning on a column in which I criticized the CDC for exaggerating the evidence supporting mask mandates.
People can never be made incorruptible. We can, however, design governmental systems filled with checks and balances that limit the temptations.
Global hunger declined for decades before pandemic policies and Russia’s invasion broke the world.
Section 230 helped the internet flourish. Now its scope is under scrutiny.
Like California’s ruinous A.B. 5, the proposal would greatly harm freelance employment.
The "interactive artist" inspired by Jack Kirby and Barry Goldwater challenges social media and intellectual conformity.
"This is a fundamental statement of morality, of what's right and wrong," Democratic Gov. Josh Shapiro said Thursday. "And I believe Pennsylvania must be on the right side of this issue."
Brokers will have to report every trade and the trader’s personal information.
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Companies who embrace political agendas to please some of their employees or customers risk alienating others.
Jacob Grier and Brett Adams help aspiring home bartenders build a bar via a carefully sequenced collection of about two dozen bottles.
In an open letter, they condemned the paper's coverage of trans issues. But their note is more about what questions journalists are not allowed to ask.
Most independent contractors don’t want the PRO Act anyway.
"Today's decision is a victory for the First Amendment that should be celebrated by everyone who hopes to see the internet continue as a place where even difficult and contentious issues can be debated and discussed freely," said one attorney.
When COVID-19 and the U.S. government stopped kids from seeing each other, social media was their lifeline.
Chair Lina Khan has flouted the rule of law and due process, Commissioner Christine Wilson wrote.
The president reaped political benefits with his pre-election proclamation but has yet to follow through.
Americans are increasingly buying electric cars. Electrochemists and their innovations will drive down the cost of powering them.