The New York Times: Feds planning to crack down on unruly airplane passengers.
As travel in the United States nears prepandemic levels, the federal government has ramped up prosecution of crimes on flights, especially by passengers refusing to abide by Covid protocols. In some cases, passengers have assaulted or threatened flight attendants.
New York Post: U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene wants Kyle Rittenhouse to receive the Congressional Gold Medal.
Alternet: Five U.S. Supreme Court rulings that could be in danger if the court overturns Roe v. Wade.
WBAY: Attorneys general from several states, including Wisconsin, investigating whether Facebook and Instagram are violating consumer protection laws.
If that’s where kids already are, Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul believes there’s a responsibility to make sure what youth are reading and watching online doesn’t cause harm.
“It’s critical that any company, but certainly one of the largest companies in the world like Facebook, is taking steps to make sure that kids and young adults are safe and that the products that it’s putting out there aren’t causing harm,” says Kaul. “And if they are putting that out there and misrepresenting people, we’re committed to making sure that they’re held accountable.”
Forbes: Trump-era "Remain in Mexico" policy may resume next week.
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