Veeru Devgan / Ajay Devgn / Monday

#Bollywood 's veteran action director Veeru Devgan, father of actor Ajay Devgn, died here on Monday, family sources said. He was 85.

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President Biden promised a US response to DarkSide yesterday and right now something very bad appears to be happening to DarkSide, which hacked the Colonial Pipeline.

Dr. Anthony Fauci joins me live today 6PM ET in the @CNNSitRoom  to answer questions about the new @CDCgov  guidelines on dropping masks for Americans who are fully vaccinated. Let me know your questions.

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Leonard Leo operated the dark-money court capture operation from his @FedSoc  perch. It was a $250 million dark-money operation.

A week after the UK reported some of the lowest infection rates since the summer of last year, the rapid spread of a family of variants first discovered in India is threatening the country's recovery. How much should we worry about it?

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Intel471 reports that dark web posts claim DarkSide has promised to compensate outstanding financial obligations to its criminal associates by May 23.

Great news that Cheney is no longer in GOP leadership. Next up? Frank Luntz’s roomie...

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The dark-money court capture operation has swiveled to become a dark-money voter suppression operation as forces behind it try to reshape the electorate to one that will elect Republicans. Whom they control with dark money.

Heritage Minister@s_guilbeault  very focused on saying Bill C-10 about a few large US companies. Government officials typically reluctant to admit that US is the target given trade agreement risks. Comments today could pose future risk in a trade challenge.

A Freshman Republican said January 6 could have been just a typical tourist day.   On a typical day, a hundred policemen aren’t beaten by people breaching the Capitol. People don’t put excrement on walls, urinate on floors or break glass. It was an insurrection. Never forget it.

Down the hall (literally) was the Judicial Crisis Network, which took anonymous $15-17 million donations to fund campaign ads for the Supreme Court nominees the FedSoc-hosted operation selected.

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