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WATCH: Lawmaker calls ‘dangerous racist’ Trump an ‘asteroid of awfulness’

A British legislator, Emily Thornberry (L) said that President Donald Trump is a racist, a danger to the world and has shown himself to be “an asteroid of awfulness.” She was appearing on “The Andrew

Trump voters tell CNN ‘sh*thole’ remarks went too far: ‘It shows a lack of morals’

Some of President Donald Trump’s supporters feel that his comments about Haiti and nations in Africa crossed a line. CNN’s Gary Tuchman traveled to Anniston, AL in rural Calhoun County to ask voters
Channel Seven under fire over interview with far-right activist

Channel Seven under fire over interview with far-right activist

News report on a meeting to canvass action against ‘immigrant crime crisis’ failed to mention criminal history of United Patriots Front leader Blair CottrellChannel Seven has attracted criticism for

‘You have a problem’: CNN historian says Trump can only blame himself for ‘explosive’ racism debate

Presidential historian and CNN political analyst Julian Zelizer said on Sunday that President Donald Trump’s long series of racially charged statements have left him on the back foot with critics and

Arizona’s Flake doubles down: Trump’s using anti-media tactics the Soviets rejected as too extreme

Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) said on Sunday that President Donald Trump’s attacks on the media are directly comparable to the anti-media tactics of Soviet dictator Josef Stalin and were even disavowed by

‘His head exploded’: Michael Wolff laughs over Trump’s attempt to stop ‘Fire and Fury’ publication

Author Michael Wolff laughed to The Guardian about President Donald Trump’s last-ditch effort to stop the publication of his book Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, saying that Trump “shoots
Virtual Reality Was Everywhere at CES but Adoption Remains Limited

Virtual Reality Was Everywhere at CES but Adoption Remains Limited

Virtual reality continues to evolve as a media format. Vendors and developers are making new concessions based on how consumers use the technology, and the high costs associated with creating
Facebook acts to stem user exodus

Facebook acts to stem user exodus

Credits Sean Gallup/Getty Images Alt Text Facebook has over 2 billion users worldwide Changes to news feed seek to address backlash against fake news and psychological impact of social
Virgin Media users who move to no-service areas hit with exit fees

Virgin Media users who move to no-service areas hit with exit fees

The broadband service is only available to 50% of the country – yet there’s a penalty of up to £240 to end a contract earlyWhen Rick Llewellyn moved house, he duly notified his cable and broadband
Maestro glove hands-on: Facebook, HTC should take note of Contact CI’s haptics

Maestro glove hands-on: Facebook, HTC should take note of Contact CI’s haptics

Everyone does it the first time they try VR. It doesn’t matter if it’s a static 360 image, a passive 360 video, an immersive VR experience, or a fast-paced VR game, everyone reaches out with their
Rappler, a new media organization critical of the Philippines government, faces closure

Rappler, a new media organization critical of the Philippines government, faces closure

Rappler, a high-profile new media news organization in the Philippines, is facing closure after the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) revoked its registration for an alleged breach of the
Overwatch League’s opening day peaked at 425,000 concurrent Twitch viewers

Overwatch League’s opening day peaked at 425,000 concurrent Twitch viewers

The Overwatch League had its opening day on January 10, hosting the new esports endeavor’s first three matches. At its peak, the Twitch stream topped out at 425,000 concurrent viewers on Twitch,

‘Stop politicizing MLK Day’: Fox News runs article blasting racism protests as too ‘political’ for King Day

A Fox News op-ed published this week argued that Martin Luther King Jr. Day is the wrong time for NFL players to protest systemic racism by taking a knee during the national anthem. In his op-ed,
Black Lives Movement Pioneer Has a Story to Tell

Black Lives Movement Pioneer Has a Story to Tell

For most of us, the Black Lives Matter movement began in 2015, after the death of Michael Brown Jr. at the hands of a Ferguson, Missouri, police officer. But for Patrisse Khan-Cullors, one of three
We Hear You: DACA, Illegal Immigration, Sanctuary Cities, and Voter Fraud

We Hear You: DACA, Illegal Immigration, Sanctuary Cities, and Voter Fraud

Editor’s note: It’s helpful to know what’s on the minds of The Daily Signal’s audience. Here’s a sampling of recent emails to letters@dailysignal.com.—Ken McIntyre Dear... Read More The post We Hear

To truly honor Martin Luther King Jr., Apple should stop exploiting laborers

Today is Martin Luther King Jr. Day, celebrating the inspirational leader who died fighting to bring racial equality to the United States. Since 2015, Apple has commemorated this holiday by replacing
Interview with the founders of io9

Interview with the founders of io9

Annalee Newitz and Charlie Jane Anders on 10 years of io9. Annalee: We wanted to have a vision of the future for our readers that wasn’t completely silly but that wasn’t hopeless and dystopian. And
Philippines revokes licence of leading news website Rappler

Philippines revokes licence of leading news website Rappler

Ruling denounced by critics as an ‘alarming attempt to silence independent journalism’ and latest blow to free press in countryThe Philippine government has revoked the operating licence of leading
Raine Takes a Stake in ‘Planet of the Apps’ Creator

Raine Takes a Stake in ‘Planet of the Apps’ Creator

From left, Jessica Alba, Gary Vaynerchuk, will.i.am, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Zane Lowe, stars of “Planet of the Apps.”

It's the (Democracy-Poisoning) Golden Age of Free Speech

At a time when anyone can broadcast live or post their thoughts to a social network, we should be living in a utopia of public discourse. We're not.