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The News Laundering Machine
Just as dirty money can be laundered to appear legitimate, so too can dishonest propaganda messages be laundered to become news. It is the job of the media not to do that. We’re having some issues
Google Play now upgrades your SD and HD movies to 4K for free
Google Play Movies & TV will now automatically upgrade your purchased standard definition (SD) or high definition (HD) movies to 4K, for free.
Japanese journalist says he is safe and well after Syria release
Jumpei Yasuda speaks from Turkey after 40-month hostage ordealA Japanese freelance journalist who went missing three years ago in Syria has said he is safe and well in Turkey after being released by
Poll Crash: Democrat Keith Ellison down 43-36 in Minnesota
Support for Keith Ellison in Minnesota's attorney general's race has nosedived according to the latest poll.
TC Sessions: AR/VR surveys an industry in transition
Industry vets and students alike crammed into UCLA's historic Royce Hall last week for TC Sessions AR/VR, our one day event on the fast-moving (and hype-plagued) industry and the people in it. Disney,
The Guardian view on the death of a critic: Riyadh must pay a price | Editorial
The Turkish president proved expert at maximising suspense in the case of murdered Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. With weeks of an investigation leaking dramatic, unexpected twists to go, the
Apple’s morning show drama adds Steve Carell to the cast
Apple’s still-untitled morning show drama already has some serious star power, with Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon as its leads. Now it’s adding Steve Carell to the cast. This will be Carell’s
Facebook’s biggest political advertiser is…Facebook
Since May, Facebook has spent more than $12 million on political ads promoting its own policy changes on Facebook and Instagram.
‘Eff your sponsors’: Boycott of Megyn Kelly advertisers takes shape on Twitter after she defends blackface
NBC’s host Megyn Kelly may soon be facing a boycott after she defended “blackface” Halloween costumes on Tuesday. During her Tuesday Today Show program, Kelly asked a panel of white guests to explain
Here’s How to Make Your “Old White Republican Senator on the Judiciary Committee” Name
Have you ever wondered what your name would be if you were white, old, and among the many men on the GOP’s Senate Judiciary Committee? Using a simple formula, you can now create your new identity so
CNN's Jim Acosta: Trump Is a 'Deceptive, Dishonest Person,' His Rallies Make Me 'Depressed'
CNN White House reporter Jim Acosta said that covering President Donald Trump's rallies makes him "depressed" during a panel at an event in New York Monday.
Nate Silver: Republicans Have Slim Chance of Keeping House; 1 in 5, at Best
Data analysis pioneer and political prognosticator Nate Silver predicts that Republicans only have a slim chance of maintaining their majority in the House of Representatives when the votes are
CNN's Jim Acosta 'Asks' Trump: 'What You Really Mean Is That You're a White Nationalist'
President Donald Trump defined nationalism for CNN reporter Jim Acosta in the White House Tuesday, saying that he's "so proud of our country."
NBC’s Megyn Kelly apologizes after backlash over her blackface comments
NBC host Megyn Kelly is not a fan of politically correct culture, but she still felt the need to apologize for comments she made on…
Jorge Ramos Defends Migrant Caravan on Fox News: 'There's No Invasion Here'
Fox News on Monday hyped an interview with open borders advocate and Univision anchor Jorge Ramos, in which he lectured concerned Americans about a 7,000-strong migrant caravan headed to the United
‘Fox & Friends’ co-host has an odd explanation for how he accidentally donated to Trump
Brian Kilmeade, a co-host on “Fox & Friends,” recently found out he accidentally donated $600 to President Donald Trump’s campaign — and he has a…
Geoffrey Rush doesn't want to act again, his wife tells libel trial
Jane Menelaus says her husband has ‘retreated from the world’ since allegations about inappropriate behaviour Geoffrey Rush cried when he saw the Sydney Daily Telegraph’s “King Leer” front-page
Ecuador says Assange must sort out own issues with Britain
Foreign minister says officials will no longer intervene with UK authorities on fugitive’s behalfEcuador does not plan to intervene with the British government on behalf of WikiLeaks founder Julian
Facebook takes down Indian political ads because they don’t list who paid for them
Roiled by scandals over the past two years, social media giant Facebook is trying hard to be transparent about how it runs political advertisements. But,…
Georgia election fight shows that black voter suppression, a southern tradition, still flourishes
Georgia’s Republican Secretary of State Brian Kemp has been sued for suppressing minority votes after an Associated Press investigation revealed a month before November’s midterm election that his