Friday Executive News Summary
Mask guidance modified, pipeline restored, Stefanik elected Conference chair, and more.
Top of the Fold
Colonial Pipeline says it has restored full service (The Hill), but it reportedly paid hackers $5 million ransom (National Review) | Biden refuses to say if he knew Colonial Pipeline paid hackers (Fox Business)
Government & Politics
Elise Stefanik elected to replace Liz Cheney as House GOP Conference chair (Fox News)
Government watchdog says HUD Secretary Marcia Fudge violated Hatch Act (Politico)
Following in the CIA’s woke footsteps, U.S. Army advertisement features story of soldier raised by lesbian couple (Just the News)
We’re shocked — shocked! Crime jumps big time after court-ordered policing changes (Axios)
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis to pardon anyone charged for defying COVID rules (NY Post)
Policy: End all COVID restrictions (National Review)
Policy: Lines at gas stations are a feature, not a bug, of Biden’s green future (Washington Examiner)
Satire: AOC applauds Biden’s gas lines, demands breadlines too (Genesius Times)
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