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Fox & Friends weekend host says Kim Jong Un’s brutal crimes should be normalized

Fox & Friends weekend host says Kim Jong Un’s brutal crimes should be normalized

Fox & Friends weekend host Pete Hegseth claimed this week that, although North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un “has” to murder his own people, he probably doesn’t actually enjoy doing it. “He wants a

'Demean And Discredit': Trump Tells Leslie Stahl Why He Bashes Media 24/7

In a rare moment of direct honesty, Trump answered a question a reporter asked him. Of course, it was in private and off-camera, but Leslie Stahl hadn't signed any NDAs, so luckily for the rest of us,
Spotify launches ‘The Game Plan,’ a 10-part educational video series for artists

Spotify launches ‘The Game Plan,’ a 10-part educational video series for artists

On the same day that Spotify’s class-action settlement with musicians gets final approval, the company is making a big push to encourage artists to participate on its streaming service – in this case,
Firefox Focus for Android gets cookie management and autocomplete improvements

Firefox Focus for Android gets cookie management and autocomplete improvements

Mozilla updated Firefox Focus for Android today with cookie management and autocomplete improvements. You can download the latest version of the company’s privacy browser now from Google Play. Firefox
Federal judge rules Trump is violating the First Amendment by blocking Twitter users

Federal judge rules Trump is violating the First Amendment by blocking Twitter users

President Donald Trump can’t block users from seeing his tweets, a federal judge ruled today. The Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University brought forth the lawsuit on behalf of seven

Introducing The Mother Jones Podcast

Debuting today: The Mother Jones Podcast, our new weekly flagship show. In each episode, MoJo’s brilliant reporter Jamilah King will go deep on a big story you’ll definitely want to hear more about.

Sarah Silverman thinks Al Franken is innocent — and isn’t happy he ‘got bullied into resigning’

In GQ’s profile of comedian Sarah Silverman, the through line is empathy. She has tons of it: for Trump voters and misogynistic Twitter trolls, for her friends Louis C.K. and Al Franken. It seems
Nuclear Experts Fear North Korea Destroying Evidence at Test Site

Nuclear Experts Fear North Korea Destroying Evidence at Test Site

Even as journalists trudge toward North Korea’s much-touted decommissioning of the nuclear weapons test site at Punggye-ri, nuclear weapons experts are worried the regime is using the media event to

The NFL Is So Scared of Trump That It Now Will Fine Teams If Players Don’t Stand for the Anthem

At their spring meeting on Wednesday, NFL owners caved to President Donald Trump’s relentless criticism of players protesting racial inequality and police brutality during the national anthem,

Paulette Jordan Just Got One Step Closer to Becoming the Country’s First Native American Governor

Triumphant as the Democratic nominee in Idaho’s gubernatorial primary last week, Paulette Jordan now has an uphill ride in the general election: Her state hasn’t elected a Democratic governor since
How many Americans actually read Trump’s tweets?

How many Americans actually read Trump’s tweets?

For many in the media, Trump’s Twitter feed is a daily, if not hourly web search. The president has tweeted more than 3,000 times since his inauguration, while simultaneously refusing to hold a press
Irish anti-abortion campaigners dodge Google's ad ban

Irish anti-abortion campaigners dodge Google's ad ban

Campaigners use alternative platforms to promote message on news sites and gamesAnti-abortion campaigners have sidestepped Google’s ban on online adverts relating to the referendum in Ireland on
StumbleUpon is closing down after 16 years

StumbleUpon is closing down after 16 years

StumbleUpon, the social content discovery platform founded way back in 2001, is closing down. Cofounder Garrett Camp made the announcement in a blog post earlier today, stating that StumbleUpon
Alexa recorded a woman’s private conversation and sent it to a random contact

Alexa recorded a woman’s private conversation and sent it to a random contact

A woman claims that her Amazon Echo recorded her voice and sent it to a random contact without her knowledge.
VICE VP Mark Adams on creating unforgettable branded content

VICE VP Mark Adams on creating unforgettable branded content

Judging by the lines to get in, not to mention those turned away at the door, people were excited to hear Mark Adams speak. Adams, the exuberant young VP and head of innovation at VICE, nearly missed
US Department of Justice probes cryptocurrency manipulation

US Department of Justice probes cryptocurrency manipulation

It appears that the pumpers and dumpers of the cryptocurrency community are in for trouble. The US Justice Department and Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) have together launched a criminal

QOTD: Morning, Comrade – Shall We Visit the Politruk Today?

A good morning to each and every one of you. We know you’re eagerly looking forward to your Memorial Day long weekend, but there’s trouble brewing in this bucolic paradise. You see, oil and gas
Morgan Freeman accused of sexual harassment by eight women

Morgan Freeman accused of sexual harassment by eight women

A new report alleges that the actor subjected women to sexual and verbal harassment on film sets and at his production company Morgan Freeman has been accused of sexual and verbal harassment by eight
Zuckerberg set up fraudulent scheme to 'weaponise' data, court case alleges

Zuckerberg set up fraudulent scheme to 'weaponise' data, court case alleges

Facebook CEO exploited ability to access data from any user’s friend network, US case claimsMark Zuckerberg faces allegations that he developed a “malicious and fraudulent scheme” to exploit vast