Treasury Department Sanctions Iranian Foundation

The organization issued a multi-million bounty on Salman Rushdie’s life. The Department of the Treasury has sanctioned a so-called charitable foundation based in Iran. The 15 Khordad Foundation,…

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Senators Work on Social Media Regulation Proposal

Senator Graham says an appeal process for removed content to be included. Senator Lindsay Graham of South Carolina said he is working on a measure with Senators Elizabeth…

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Journalism Act Being Drafted in Congress

Bipartisan congressional bill seeks to open journalistic negotiations with tech companies. U.S. federal legislators announced the Journalism Competition and Preservation Act this week, a bill drafted to allow…

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Penguin House Antitrust Trial Begins in Federal Court

Justice Department moves to prevent the $2.2 billion merger. The trial between Penguin Random House and the Justice Department began on Monday in the District of Columbia U.S.…

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President Biden to Visit Saudi Arabia This Month

He will stop in Israel first. President Biden will travel to Saudi Arabia later in July to participate in the summit of Gulf nations. World leaders, journalists, and…

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Secretary Blinken Remarks on World Press Freedom Day

Marks first in-person event at Foreign Press Center since 2020.  Department of State Secretary Antony Blinken delivered remarks to the press at the Foreign Press Center on Tuesday,…

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