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Bombshell New Report: GOP Lawmakers Helped Plan 1/6

The Facebook Papers reveal a company that's been tracking the real-world dangers of its platforms — and choosing to ignore them time and time again. A new 1/6 report begs the question: Was the call always coming from inside the House? Donald Trump’s media company could make him the richest he’s ever been. Plus, two questions for you. 1) What happens when Hollywood refuses to ban real guns on set? 2) What happens when a city refuses to remove a Confederate monument?

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    When It Rains, It Pours for Facebook

    The Facebook Papers reveal a company that has been meticulously tracking the real-world dangers exacerbated by its platforms — and choosing to ignore them time and time again.

    When It Rains, It Pours for Facebook

    When It Rains, It Pours for Facebook

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    The Facebook Papers reveal a company that has been meticulously tracking the real-world dangers exacerbated by its platforms — and choosing to ignore …

    Bombshell Report: Lawmakers Helped Plan 1/6

    Was the call always coming from inside the House? January 6th organizers say they participated in dozens of planning meetings with sitting members of Congress and former White House staff.

    Meme Stock Mania Could Make Trump Richer Than Ever

    All jokes and defecating pigs aside, Donald Trump’s new media company could make him the richest he’s ever been — by a lot.

    Should Hollywood Ban Guns on Set?

    Since 1990, accidental film set shootings have killed more than 43 people and left at least 150 with life-altering injuries. After Halyna Hutchins’ tragic death, Hollywood is refocusing its attention on the role of guns on set — and whether they should be used at all.

    Meet Tennessee's New Civil War Monument

    What happens when a city refuses to remove a Confederate monument? Well, if you’re Franklin, Tennessee, you erect a life-size bronze statue of a Black Union soldier in the same public square.

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