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Trump’s own Justice Dept publicly debunks his conspiracy theory about leaked DNC emails

President Donald Trump’s Justice Department has refused his demand to prosecute political enemies in a case involving Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL), the former chair of the Democratic National

Female NYT reporter reassigned to new bureau after admitting to affair with former Senate staffer

New York Times reporter Ali Watkins will be relocated from the outlet’s Washington, D.C., bureau to its New York City bureau after admitting to having…

Ben Shapiro responds to media mogul who tweeted despicable Holocaust-related comments about Shapiro

Conservative firebrand Ben Shapiro appeared Monday on “The Ingraham Angle,” where he responded to Joshua Topolsky’s — co-founder of Vox Media’s The Verge — Holocaust-related Twitter rant.…

A Record $2.5 Trillion in Mergers Were Announced in the First Half of 2018

The value of acquisitions struck during the first six months increased 61 percent over 2017, putting deal-making on pace for its biggest year on record.

The CDC Just Retracted Its Farmer Suicide Data. That Could Be Terrible News for Farmers.

A widely cited study on high suicide rates among agricultural workers may be inaccurate, according to a retraction issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention last week. The report had
Another View: How Should Antitrust Regulators Check Silicon Valley’s Ambitions?

Another View: How Should Antitrust Regulators Check Silicon Valley’s Ambitions?

The ruling in favor of AT&T’s bid to acquire Time Warner may have done consumers a favor.

A Record $2.5 Trillion in Mergers Were Announced in the First Half of 2018

The value of acquisitions struck during the first six months increased 61 percent over 2017, putting deal-making on pace for its biggest year on record.

Wikipedia goes dark in Spanish, Italian ahead of key EU vote on copyright

Wikipedia’s Italian and Spanish language versions have temporarily shut off access to their respective versions of the free online encyclopedia in Europe to protest against controversial components of
Google doesn’t dispute claims that third-party developers may read your Gmail messages

Google doesn’t dispute claims that third-party developers may read your Gmail messages

ANALYSIS: Another week, another data privacy brouhaha. A Wall Street Journal report on Monday reveals that third-party developers have been reading Gmail users’ emails. According to the WSJ, a number
Fireworks by Grucci explains how it designs, plans, and orchestrates a fireworks show

Fireworks by Grucci explains how it designs, plans, and orchestrates a fireworks show

Fireworks by Grucci, a record-setting fireworks display shop in New York, explains the fundamentals of fireworks design.
Streaming TV’s skinny bundles are getting pricier

Streaming TV’s skinny bundles are getting pricier

US customers will have to dig a little deeper into their pockets for their streaming TV bundles. AT&T’s DirecTV Now, Dish Network’s SlingTV, and Sony’s…

“Justice,” “Anthony Scarapoochie,” and More—Your Best Ideas for Naming Elizabeth Warren’s Puppy

After Sen. Elizabeth Warren announced she got a new puppy, we asked you to suggest some creative dog names for her. And wow, did you respond. We also heard from Donald Trump Jr., who tried to troll us

What Patriotism Looks Like: A 6-Year-Old Raised $13,000 For Migrant Kids

Hundreds of thousands of Americans took to the streets last weekend to demand the Trump administration reunite kids and parents who were separated at the border. A 6-year-old boy in Atlanta also had
Varadkar comments on Trump and media 'taken out of context'

Varadkar comments on Trump and media 'taken out of context'

Irish minister says taoiseach sees media as cornerstone of local democracyAn Irish minister has claimed controversial comments by the taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, expressing sympathy with Donald Trump’s
Privacy policies of tech giants 'still not GDPR-compliant'

Privacy policies of tech giants 'still not GDPR-compliant'

Consumer group says policies of Facebook, Amazon and Google are vague and unclearPrivacy policies from companies including Facebook, Google and Amazon don’t fully meet the requirements of GDPR,
Fever gets $20M to delight more hipsters with A/B tested Madhatter’s G&T parties

Fever gets $20M to delight more hipsters with A/B tested Madhatter’s G&T parties

London-based Fever, an urban events discovery app-cum-entertainment events business with an online media arm that it uses as marketing megaphone and data-gathering lens on its community of users, has
EU Parliament set to vote on copyright bill that’s causing a massive freak-out across the web

EU Parliament set to vote on copyright bill that’s causing a massive freak-out across the web

Members of the European Parliament are preparing to vote on a set of copyright rules that supporters are hailing as a new dawn for beleaguered creatives and critics are warning will spell doom for the
European Parliament votes 318-278 against controversial copyright reforms, but the saga isn’t over

European Parliament votes 318-278 against controversial copyright reforms, but the saga isn’t over

The European Parliament has voted against a controversial set of copyright rules known as the Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market. The vote follows weeks of intensifying protests, with
Tinder’s looping profile videos launch globally

Tinder’s looping profile videos launch globally

Tinder is today rolling out a new feature that enables users to add a two-second looping video to their profiles. The dating app first announced the feature back in April, though it was initially
The moment a river cuts a new channel to the ocean

The moment a river cuts a new channel to the ocean

[VIDEO] Watch as the Black Rock River in South Africa slowly trickles its way into the Indian Ocean. Once the divide is breached, the trickle turns into a flow, then a torrent.Part 1 embedded in the