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GOP voters back reinstating net neutrality when given case for and against, poll finds
The findings show a contrast between Republican voters and their representatives in Congress.
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Now the government is funding gun violence research, but it's years behind
It has $75 million to study the long-neglected topic.
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Our battle with China over the future of the Internet is just beginning
The U.S. and allies have banned Huawei from 5G networks. Now comes the 6G fight.
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Mental health advocates push back against GOP focus after shooting
In today’s edition … Poll Watch: Support for stricter gun laws has wavered for three decades … The Post's Annie Linskey and Josh Dawsey on the rematch between Brian Kemp and Stacey Abrams … momentum for police reform fades on the 2nd anniversary of George Floyd's death … but first …
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Takeaways from Tuesday’s primary contests
Trump’s ‘vendetta tour’ went from bad to worse and the fate of moderate Dems’ ‘unbreakable nine.’
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Republicans seized on a study as proof of Google’s bias. Its authors say it's being misrepresented.
A study on email spam filters does not prove intentional bias, researchers said.
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Doctors have joined the chorus for more gun restrictions
Since 2018, they've taken a more visible role in calling for stricter gun laws.
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Virtual learning compromised kids’ privacy and security
Learning apps collected personal information from millions of kids.
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Anger but little hope for action after latest school shooting
In today’s edition … The latest on Tuesday's primaries … President Biden to issue a new policing order on the anniversary of George Floyd’s death … but first
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Ambiguity or clarity? Taiwan comment dominates Biden’s Asia trip
On Tuesday, Biden said his remarks were not meant to signal a policy change, but they have caused quite a stir in Asia.
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