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The Awl is shutting down

The Awl is shutting down

The Awl, the hard-to-classify site that published compelling personal essays, media commentary and much more, announced today that it will be shutting down at the end of January, along with its sister
Fox News reportedly had the story about Trump’s lawyer paying off an adult film star and killed it

Fox News reportedly had the story about Trump’s lawyer paying off an adult film star and killed it

Fox News is at it again. Or, rather, a CNN report Tuesday reveals once again that Fox News has been at it for a long time. During the 2016 presidential campaign, the network reportedly had its hands
YouTube tightens the rules around creator monetization and partnerships

YouTube tightens the rules around creator monetization and partnerships

In an effort to regain advertisers’ trust, Google is announcing what it says are “tough but necessary” changes to YouTube monetization.
The Media Never Questioned Reagan's Sanity Like It's Questioning Trump's

The Media Never Questioned Reagan's Sanity Like It's Questioning Trump's

Donald Trump has said the latest attacks on his competence were out of the "Reagan playbook," but that's not the case.
21 U.S. states sue to keep net neutrality

21 U.S. states sue to keep net neutrality

(Reuters) — A group of 21 U.S. state attorneys general filed suit to challenge the Federal Communications Commission’s decision to do away with net neutrality on Tuesday while Democrats said they

Trump Is Not the First President to Bash the Media—But He Might Be the Worst

Despite a scheduling delay and potential ethics violations, President Donald Trump has still been promising to announce his much-anticipated “Fake News Awards” on Wednesday afternoon. No one outside
The other Ivanka: woman Trump tweeted in error takes aim at his presidency

The other Ivanka: woman Trump tweeted in error takes aim at his presidency

Ivanka Majic – @Ivanka – writes blogpost year after president’s mistake thrusted UK resident into spotlightA woman from Brighton has marked the first anniversary of her being mistaken by Donald Trump
#FBPE: what is the pro-EU hashtag spreading across social media?

#FBPE: what is the pro-EU hashtag spreading across social media?

If you’ve been wondering what it means, here’s the answer – and the complex tale of how some have tried to hijack itIf you have been on social media over the last few weeks, you may have seen people

∞ Apple and the The Office: Office actors surface in new FileMaker ad

[VIDEO] One of the rumors linked to Apple's burgeoning video efforts was a possible reboot of The Office.Not clear if this is the extent of Apple's plans for The Office, but check out this FileMaker
Eric Trump dismisses his dad’s racist comments, says he only cares about money

Eric Trump dismisses his dad’s racist comments, says he only cares about money

During an interview on his father’s favorite TV show on Wednesday, Eric Trump dismissed racist comments his dad recently made about African countries, and claimed the only color President Trump cares

Ann Curry details climate of ‘verbal, sexual’ harassment at NBC in the wake of Matt Lauer firing

Former NBC “Today” co-anchor Ann Curry revealed that she was not surprised by allegations against former “Today” co-anchor Matt Lauer, who was fired in November for inappropriate sexual behavior…
Apple HomePod supplier reportedly ships first units, software integration blamed for delay

Apple HomePod supplier reportedly ships first units, software integration blamed for delay

After Apple’s HomePod missed its December 2017 ship date due to an eleventh-hour delay, the smart speaker is now beginning to ship from one of its two assemblers, the Taipei Times reports. The initial
Arkadium brings its interactive content to the Associated Press

Arkadium brings its interactive content to the Associated Press

The Associated Press is partnering with Arkadium to use InHabit, an interactive content tool launched last year. Arkadium’s goal for InHabit is to automatically add interactive polls, quizzes and
Is Dennis Kucinich Serious?

Is Dennis Kucinich Serious?

In some ways, Dennis Kucinich is made for this moment in Democratic politics. Like Senator Bernie Sanders, the quirky former Ohio congressman embodied progressive populism long before its current

The View rips Trump’s clueless DHS Secretary: ‘Does she know that people in China are Asian?’

On Wednesday, “The View” panel laughed at Department of Homeland Security Sec. Kirstjen Nielsen’s halting, flat-footed performance before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday. When Sen. Patrick
Comcast previews tech for on-demand viewing of Winter Olympics

Comcast previews tech for on-demand viewing of Winter Olympics

Comcast Cable is gearing up to push viewers to its wide variety of on-demand and live programming for the upcoming Winter Olympics. It’s going to be a combination of traditional and digital TV.
Google promises to fix Home-induced Wi-Fi woes on January 18

Google promises to fix Home-induced Wi-Fi woes on January 18

Google announced today that it would start rolling out a fix tomorrow for an issue Android users have encountered with devices like the Home smart speaker clogging up a network. It’s supposed to fix a
Republican senator Jeff Flake: Trump's attacks on media reminiscent of Stalin

Republican senator Jeff Flake: Trump's attacks on media reminiscent of Stalin

In speech to Senate, Flake said president’s use of terms ‘fake news’ and ‘enemy of the people’ should be source of shame for Republicans Donald Trump’s use of the terms “fake news” and “enemy of the

GOP senator: Congressional dysfunction is ‘why the aliens won’t talk to us’

Louisiana Sen. John Kennedy said on Wednesday that Congressional dysfunction is so bad at this point that it’s keeping extra-terrestrials from contacting us. “We’ve got to stop looking like the Jerry
Twitch brings in a team of executives to oversee deployment of new features

Twitch brings in a team of executives to oversee deployment of new features

Twitch is getting a new chief operating officer and some new vice presidents to help it continue to develop and launch community products on a steady schedule. The company, which now calls itself a