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CNN's Chris Cuomo Once Again Whitewashes Antifa: 'Not a Both Sides Situation'
CNN personality Chris Cuomo once again whitewashed Antifa on Tuesday night, asserting that when it comes to violence and intimidation of the media and politicians, "it's not a both sides situation."
Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg takes ‘full responsibility’ for anti-Semitic smears by Republican oppo firm — but won’t quit
The social media advertising company Facebook dumped news at 5 p.m. eastern on the night before Thanksgiving. Facebook was responding to the controversy over their hiring of a Republican opposition
WaPo’s Eugene Robinson on Trump Backing Saudis: He Has No 'Values and Principles'
Wednesday on MSNBC’s “Deadline,” Washington Post columnist and MSNBC analyst Eugene Robinson said President Donald Trump had no “values and principles” given his continued support for Saudi Arabia
Bill Kristol: Trump Presidency 'Is Out of Control'
Wednesday on MSNBC’s “Deadline,” Weekly Standard co-founder and political commentator Bill Kristol said the presidency of Donald Trump “is out of control” in light of his continuing support for Saudi
Hurricanes Get Nearly Three Times the News Coverage as Wildfires, Report Says
There have been 10 hurricanes this year and thousands of wildfires.
Piers Morgan and Ariana Grande Throw Down in Pre-Thanksgiving Catfight
British television host Piers Morgan and pop superstar Ariana Grande engaged in a Twitter catfight after Morgan accused female pop group Little Mix of "stripping off to sell records."
Google to vet political advertisers for European Parliament elections
Google announced a raft of initiatives designed to "support the democratic process" during the European Parliament elections in May, 2019.
Most Americans Don't Think Social Networks Are Good For the World, Survey Finds
A new survey from Axios finds that a majority of Americans don't think social networks are good for the world. An anonymous reader shares the key findings: Silicon Valley has a big and growing
CNN: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's Power Should Be 'Checked'
In a recent interview, CNN reporter Laurie Segall questioned Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg over a recent report from the New York Times which made a number of stunning claims about the social media
Justin Trudeau Gives $595 Million Tax Relief to 'Eligible' Media
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government will extend $595 million in tax relief over a five-year period to news media outlets it defines as "eligible," according to the Toronto Star.
Nolte: BuzzFeed Spread Fake News About Smokey the Bear
The far-left BuzzFeed News was forced to issue a correction after smearing Smokey the Bear for engaging in fire suppression.
Google crackdown on secret ‘dark adverts’ in EU elections
Tools launched to enforce transparency and avoid repeat of Russian misinformation campaign in Trump US electionsGoogle has launched a set of tools across Europe to help ensure political transparency
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WATCH: Macy's Thanksgiving Parade Features First Same-Sex Kiss in Parade's History
The Macy's Thanksgiving Parade broadcast two members of the same sex kissing on national television Thursday, making it the first time the parade featured a same-sex kiss in its 94-year history.
Tech Shoppers in the UK Ditch Desktop PCs and DVD Players
Brits are ditching DVD players and desktop PCs and are increasingly turning to newer technology such as smart TVs and smart watches, Ofcom research has found. From the research: Shoppers in the UK are
ESPN Loses 2 Million Subscribers This Year
According to Disney’s recently released annual report, sports network ESPN has lost 2 million domestic subscribers over the course of 2018.
Donald Trump Invites the Press for Thanksgiving Dinner at Mar-a-Lago
President Donald Trump extended an invitation to the media on Thursday, welcoming them for Thanksgiving dinner at his club at Mar-a-Lago.
Airbnb faces class-action lawsuit for delisting Israeli settlements
Lawyers launched a class action lawsuit in Israel against Airbnb for withdrawing listings of Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank.
Cyberwar, Network Propaganda review: did Russia or the right do most to help Trump?
Kathleen Hall Jamieson and Yochai Benkler, Robert Faris and Hal Roberts seek to shed light on the 2016 electionSince the Director of National Intelligence’s (DNI) interagency report of January 2017,
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A short list of the most important people shaping streaming TV
Streaming video is being overhauled as legacy media companies start to embrace it as the future of TV. There’s more TV content online now than…
The people, podcasts, and other tools to help you stay on top of streaming video
Netflix dominated the first act in streaming video. But the second act is upon us—and it’s not just Amazon and Hulu that Netflix it’s up…