The Department of Labor Inspector General identified problem areas that have resulted in an estimated $45.6 billion in potentially fraudulent claims since March 2020.
PayPal, Venmo have suspended the accounts of Gays Against Groomers, an organization that opposes the "indoctrination, sexualizing and medicalizing" children.
Attorneys general from Tennessee, Montana and 22 other states warned credit card companies a plan to track gun purchases could violate consumer protection laws.
House Republicans asked credit card CEOs if they are going to support a move to create individual codes identifying gun purchases, making it easier to track individual buyers.
House Democrats are demanding Twitter tell Congress how it plans to update its 2020 guidelines to better combat "misinformation" during the 2022 midterm elections.