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Trump vs. the Times: Inside an Off-the-Record Meeting

Trump vs. the Times: Inside an Off-the-Record Meeting

David Remnick writes about the Oval Office meeting between President Trump and the Times publisher A. G. Sulzberger.
Jesse Watters Says We Don't Want 'Some Guy's Uncle From Zimbabwe' in America

Jesse Watters Says We Don't Want 'Some Guy's Uncle From Zimbabwe' in America

Fox News host Jesse Watters said on a panel discussion about President Trump’s proposed immigration bill that Trump merely wants the “best and the brightest” immigrants, not “some guy’s uncle from

Podcast: A High Schooler Goes to Washington

On today’s edition of The Daily Signal podcast, Rob Bluey and Ginny Montalbano interview high school student Genna Montalbano (Ginny’s younger sister) about her experience at... Read More The post
Freshworks raises $100 million, at $1.5 billion valuation, from Sequoia, Accel, and CapitalG as it plans for IPO

Freshworks raises $100 million, at $1.5 billion valuation, from Sequoia, Accel, and CapitalG as it plans for IPO

Freshworks, the company behind a range of customer support and sales software, has raised $100 million in a series G round of funding co-led by Sequoia and Accel Partners, with participation from

Tom Hardy’s ‘Venom’ has a lot to say in his new trailer

The latest trailer for Sony’s Venom delivers the most extensive look yet at the superpowered title character played by Tom Hardy. The film’s first teaser focused on Hardy and the other human cast
U.S. adults now spend nearly 6 hours per day watching video

U.S. adults now spend nearly 6 hours per day watching video

If you’ve been wondering why every major media platform has been doubling down on its video efforts in recent months, Nielsen’s new report has the answer. According to the firm’s research, U.S. adults
RR Donnelley reveals role as Apple’s photo printer, debuts Motif plug-in

RR Donnelley reveals role as Apple’s photo printer, debuts Motif plug-in

Top commercial printer RR Donnelley has revealed itself as Apple's long-time provider of photo printing services, and released an app called Motif that lets macOS Photos users continue to purchase its
China blames Apple for gambling and porn texts as trade war escalates

China blames Apple for gambling and porn texts as trade war escalates

Chinese government agencies and state-controlled media have initiated a new campaign to block "prohibited content" from Apple devices. If Apple refuses to cooperate, authorities could shut down
TV Time debuts an analytics platform for the streaming era

TV Time debuts an analytics platform for the streaming era

TV Time, the consumer app that helps bingers keep track of where they are with favorite shows and socialize with fellow viewers, is today expanding its business with the launch of an analytics

Spotify now offers motion comics starring Archie

Spotify has been experimenting with incorporating non-musical formats over the last couple of years, including videos and multimedia podcasts. Next up: Motion comics based on new Archie stories. For
New Skift Research Report Looks at the Challenges for Online Travel Media in 2018

New Skift Research Report Looks at the Challenges for Online Travel Media in 2018

The majority of first travel searches have no mention of a brand or destination, putting publishers of digital destination information in a uniquely influential position. Yet publishers are challenged
‘New York Times’ Publisher Reveals Asking Trump To Decrease Anti-Media Rhetoric Except Against Those Fuckers At ‘The Washington Post’

‘New York Times’ Publisher Reveals Asking Trump To Decrease Anti-Media Rhetoric Except Against Those Fuckers At ‘The Washington Post’

WASHINGTON—Citing the potential dangers of continued White House attacks on media outlets, New York Times publisher A.G. Sulzberger revealed Sunday that he asked President Trump to decrease his

3 Russian Journalists Killed in Central African Republic

The journalists were making a documentary about the activities of a private Russian paramilitary group with murky connections to the Kremlin.
The Federal Government Basically Admitted Trump Lied to America

The Federal Government Basically Admitted Trump Lied to America

The president told Congress he had data showing immigrants were more likely than native-born Americans to be terrorists. That wasn't true.

How Censorship by Facebook Reinforces This Writer’s Point on Liberals’ Intolerance

Less than a third of the way into his upcoming book on nationalism, Israeli philosopher and scholar Yoram Hazony warns about the growing censorship constricting... The post appeared first on The
Facebook Says It Has Identified a Political Influence Campaign Aimed at Creating Left-Wing ‘Resistance’

Facebook Says It Has Identified a Political Influence Campaign Aimed at Creating Left-Wing ‘Resistance’

Facebook announced Tuesday that it has removed 32 inauthentic Instagram and Facebook profiles and pages because the company believes they were part of a coordinated... The post appeared first on The
Russian journalists killed in Central African Republic ambush

Russian journalists killed in Central African Republic ambush

Kirill Radchenko, Alexander Rastorguyev and Orkhan Dzhemal were kidnapped by 10 men, officials sayThree Russian journalists have been killed in an ambush outside the town of Sibut in Central African

Twitter hires anti-Trump academics to study ‘healthy conversations’ on the site

Twitter, already facing accusations of anti-conservative bias, has hired some academics to study “healthy conversations” on the social media site — and most of them…
Facebook and Instagram add activity trackers to help you limit your time on social media

Facebook and Instagram add activity trackers to help you limit your time on social media

Instagram and Facebook are encouraging users to think more carefully about how much time they’re spending on their apps with the launch of new activity-tracking tools. Today, Facebook announced that
Reddit reveals hackers stole code, email addresses, and account data

Reddit reveals hackers stole code, email addresses, and account data

Popular news aggregation and discussion site Reddit was hacked in mid-June, the company disclosed today, exposing some users' current email addresses and a database containing older accounts.