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28.05.2020 Trump crafts executive order on social media, weighs commission to probe bias amid Twitter fight
President Trump is crafting an executive order on social media that could seek to curb legal protections for the industry, a broadside that comes amid his escalating fight this week with Twitter over the company's decision to fact-check his claims for the first time.
28.05.2020 ICE chief rips ‘dangerous’ move by New York to make sharing illegal immigrant driver data a felo
EXCLUSIVE: The head of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is warning that New York’s controversial Green Light Law is putting lives in danger by limiting law enforcement cooperation -- especially after the measure was amended to make sharing information with ICE a felony.
28.05.2020 US to cancel visas for thousands of Chinese grad students with ties to Chinese military schools: rep
The White House plans to cancel visas for thousands of Chinese graduate students and researchers affiliated with Chinese universities tied to the People’s Liberation Army, according to a report.
All businesses in the state of Mississippi can reopen Monday – provided they follow guidelines for combating the coronavirus, Gov. Tate Reeves said Wednesday.
28.05.2020 Kevin McCarthy slams Democrats on first day of proxy voting: 'NOT what the Founders had in mind'
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., on Wednesday decried Democrats on the first day of proxy voting in the House of Representatives.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey fired back at Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who criticized the tech giant's decision to fact-check President Trump's tweets about mail-in voting.
28.05.2020 Trump claims 'Big win' after Texas court rules lack of coronavirus immunity not valid for mail-in ba
The Texas Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that a lack of immunity to the coronavirus does not qualify as a disability under state law for requesting a mail-in ballot.