Republican Reps. Jim Jordan and Ken Buck on Thursday demanded answers from Twitter on what they call “systemic viewpoint-based discrimination” against conservatives, arguing that the social media giant’s conduct has become “more brazen” in recent months.
President Biden is expected to meet with a bipartisan group of House and Senate lawmakers at the White House Wednesday afternoon to discuss supply chain issues, including a shortage in semiconductor chips.
News Corp announced Wednesday that it has agreed to a multi-year partnership with Google – a move the company said would yield “substantial benefits for journalism and society.”
The Biden administration will extend the foreclosure moratorium and relief programs through June 30 amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Twitter on Wednesday said that even if former President Donald Trump is able to run for office again, he would not regain access to his account, and maintained that his suspension from the platform is “permanent.”
Google is expanding its election security efforts to include support for state-level campaigns ahead of the 2022 midterm elections, FOX Business has learned.
Facebook on Monday said it is running the "largest worldwide campaign" to combat misinformation surrounding COVID-19 vaccines.
White House National Economic Council Director Brian Deese urged Congress to “swiftly” pass President Biden’s stimulus relief package, citing the latest GDP data, which he said reflected “a significant slowing of our economic recovery.”
President Biden on Wednesday is set to “aggressive action” Wednesday to tackle climate change, and is expected to take a number of executive actions focused on jobs, “equitable” clean energy and “restoring” scientific integrity across the federal government.
Google will provide more than $150 million to promote coronavirus vaccine education and will open up Google spaces to serve as vaccination sites, the company announced Monday.