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U.S. representative's bill would ban QAnon supporters, Capitol rioters from getting security clearances

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Florida U.S. Rep. Stephanie Murphy will introduce a bill to revise the federal background-check process to bar QAnon believers and those who participated in the Capitol insurrection from receiving security clearances necessary to hold government positions.

That time private US media companies stepped in to silence the falsehoods and incitements of a major public figure ... in 1938

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In speeches filled with hatred and falsehoods, a public figure attacks his enemies and calls for marches on Washington. Then, after one particularly virulent address, private media companies close down his channels of communication, prompting consternation from his supporters and calls for a code of conduct to filter out violent rhetoric. Sound familiar? Well, this was 1938.

Colorado officials criticize U.S. Space Command decision after Alabama chosen for headquarters

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Colorado lost its bid to be the permanent headquarters to U.S. Space Command on Wednesday, a move the state's leaders say is politically motivated and will cost taxpayers.