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Facebook Loses Bid to End Antitrust Suits Over Data, Google Pact

Meta Platforms Inc.'s Facebook must face antitrust litigation over its alleged advertising pact with Alphabet Inc.'s Google and its alleged strategy of building a social media empire by deceiving users about its data privacy practices, a federal judge in San Jose, Calif., ruled.

Labor Agencies Face Enforcement Push Without Extra Funding

The collapse of talks on Democrats’ tax and social spending legislation has put labor-focused agencies in a difficult position—they face increased enforcement demands under the Biden agenda but can’t bank on an infusion of extra cash to support those efforts.

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How Many Votes? A Guide to Getting It Done in Congress

From the filibuster to the nuclear option, our comprehensive guide to how many votes are needed for almost any scenario in Congress.

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