Facebook VP: Comparisons to Big Tobacco 'extremely misleading'Facebook’s vice president of global affairs, Nick Clegg, said on Sunday that lawmakers’ comparisons between the social media giant and Big Tobacco are “extremely misleading.” Biden gives strongest signal he’s ready to move to end Senate filibusterAfter voting rights defeat, president expresses mounting frustration over rule that allows 41 senators to block legislation Senate Republicans Block Voting Rights Bill, Leaving Its Fate in DoubtThe third filibuster of such a measure underscored how the legislation is unlikely to move forward without a change in Senate rules. Jan. 6 panel subpoenas Jeffrey Clark, backer of Trump efforts at DOJThe House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol has subpoenaed Jeffrey Clark, a Trump ally and former Justice Department employee who urged its leaders to investigate President Trump’s election fraud claims. America needs a climate plan compromiseA compromise can meets the concerns of all negotiators and center around specific changes to three provisions. Police shooting looms over Emanuel in confirmation battleThe fatal police shooting of a Black teen in Chicago seven years ago is looming large over the city’s former mayor, Rahm Emanuel, as he looks to win confirmation as ambassador to Japan TikTok, YouTube, Snapchat executives to testify at Senate hearing on kids' safetyExecutives from YouTube, TikTok and Snapchat will be in the hot seat next week at a Senate Commerce Committee hearing about the impact of social media on children, lawmakers announced Tuesday. George Floyd’s Family Meets With Biden Amid Push for Police ReformThe family said the president vowed to pass a police reform bill and promised justice not only for Mr. Floyd but for a nation still reeling from a year of killings and protests. Biden signs bill to raise debt ceilingPresident Biden on Thursday signed a bill raising the debt ceiling, averting a default for at least another month. House lawmakers press Pentagon over Afghanistan withdrawalHouse lawmakers on Wednesday had their chance to grill the Pentagon’s top leaders on the disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan, digging down into decisions Biden administration officials made before, during and after U.S. forces evacuated the country.