U.S. President Donald Trump will sign an executive order on social media companies on Thursday, White House officials said after Trump threatened to shut down websites he accused of stifling conservative voices. It was unclear how Trump could follow through on the threat of shutting down privately owned companies including Twitter Inc. The dispute erupted after Twitter on Tuesday for the first time tagged Trump's tweets about unsubstantiated claims of fraud in mail-in voting with a warning prompting readers to fact check the posts.
“I am sorry you got lost and I couldn't find you," wrote a friend mourning Jeremy Worthy
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Mitch McConnell is holding stimulus legislation hostage to keep businesses from paying for potentially culpable conduct during the pandemic.
A cruise ship crew member died last week of self-inflicted harm, the US Coast Guard said Wednesday as it confirmed the latest in a series of apparent suicides among such workers trapped at sea because of the coronavirus pandemic. A 32-year-old Filipino worker on a ship called Scarlet Lady, the only cruise ship owned by Virgin Voyages, died of "apparent self-harm," the Coast Guard told AFP. The Florida-based company founded by British billionaire Richard Branson expressed its condolences over the death of its employee but gave no details of what happened.
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A $416 USB drive claiming to block 'electric fog' caused by 5G turned out to be a generic $6 drive covered in a shiny sticker
The 5GBioShield is being marketed using bogus science words to claim it can defend against 5G, which is in fact not harmful to begin with.
Katherine Schwarzenegger hilariously took matters into her own hands after her brother Patrick Schwarzenegger ignored her texts, calling him out on Instagram with a sassy comment.
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Never did I think police would interrupt an Easter Sunday service and order my church to close. Nor did I think an arson would burn it to the ground.