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Ivanka Trump on Using Private Email: It’s No Big Deal When I Do It
The first daughter said there's "no equivalency" between Hillary's email scandal and her own in a new interview.
Delingpole: The National Climate Assessment Is a National Joke
The National Climate Assessment has been out nearly a week and the verdict is in: everyone, but everyone – apart from the Obama holdovers who wrote it and the gullible reporters at CNN, the New York
CNN's Tapper: Trump's Tweets Are 'Insanity'
Wednesday on CNN’s “The Lead,” host Jake Tapper said President Donald Trump’s tweets were “insanity.” Tapper said, “So I just want to take one second, because the president is clearly on a spree, both
Washington Post puts story on Kavanaugh coaching girls basketball in ‘public safety’ section
The Washington Post was roundly criticized Wednesday for classifying news about Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s return to coaching girls basketball as a “public safety”…
Playboy Sued by Blind Man Who Says Website Isn't Accessible for Visually Impaired
Donald Nixon says he "cannot fully and equally use or enjoy the facilities, products, and services" provided by the website.
Jorge Ramos: Migrants Becoming More ‘Intelligent,’ Exploiting Porous Border to Enter U.S. Illegally
Univision anchor Jorge Ramos on Wednesday evening said that the caravan migrants seeking asylum are becoming more “intelligent” and sneaking into the United States illegally because they have
CNN Contributor Marc Lamont Hill Calls for Destruction of Israel, Endorses Palestinian Violence
CNN Contributor Marc Lamont Hill told the United Nations on Wednesday that Israel should be replaced by a Palestinian state, and defended the Palestinian use of violence against Israel.
Dershowitz: Firing Mueller 'Would Not Be an Impeachable Offense'
Wednesday on Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz dismissed the notion that should President Donald Trump fire Department of Justice special counsel
Plex teams with TIDAL to bring a discounted streaming music subscription to its media app
Media center app Plex today announced a partnership with streaming music service TIDAL, offering discounted access to TIDAL’s 60 million tracks and 244,000+ music videos for Plex Pass subscribers. The
Plex and Tidal announce new partnership to bring high quality music streaming to your media server
Plex has announced a new collaboration with Tidal, uniquely known for their high-resolution audio file streaming in a market full of compressed, low bitrate songs. The partnership will bring Tidal’s
Facebook drops news organizations from its political ad archives
Facebook is no longer archiving ads from news organizations that report on political issues alongside those that endorse specific candidates or issues.
How to get a piece of the growing esports pie (VB Live)
The traditional sports broadcast model is tried and true, but new approaches to engaging audiences and driving revenue are gaining traction.
Netflix and Apple are upending Hollywood hierarchy with studio deals
Rebecca Keegan, Hollywood Reporter: In a Viacom earnings call on Nov. 16, Paramount Pictures CEO Jim Gianopulos described a new, multipicture deal his studio had set — not with a producer or star,
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∞ This is craftsmanship
[VIDEO] This is just beautiful work, a two year project by metalsmith Seth Gould, a complex box forged and filed from scratch.Just watch. All the way to the end. (video embedded in main Loop post).
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Les Moonves Accused of Sexually Assaulting Actress Bobbie Phillips, Launching Cover-Up Scheme
Former CBS chairman and CEO Les Moonves allegedly sexually assaulted actress Bobbie Phillip and help hatched a plan to cover-up the 20-plus-year-old incident, according to a report released Wenseday.
Adobe’s Smart Tags for video can classify objects, scenes, attributes, and actions
Smart Tag for video, a new feature in Adobe Experience Manager, can automatically classify actions in videos less than 60 seconds in length.
YouTube rolls out Stories to creators with over 10K subscribers
A year ago, YouTube launched its own take on Stories, with the addition of a new short-form video format called Reels. The feature, which was rebranded as “YouTube Stories” at last year’s VidCon, was
Nielsen: Americans are streaming 8 billion hours of content per month on connected TVs
With the rise of streaming services and the trend toward cord cutting, the way U.S. consumers are watching video is also changing. Today, more than two-thirds of U.S. homes have devices that are able
Hulu with Live TV adds Discovery Networks programming to its core and add-on packages
In September, Hulu and Discovery announced a partnership for live and on-demand programming that would see Discovery’s content coming to Hulu’s streaming service. Today, as promised, those channels
‘The View’ co-host loses it when confronted with Obama history on gassing migrants: ‘I don’t care!’
A co-host on “The View” became visibly angry Thursday during a discussion after two of her fellow co-hosts pointed out that former President Barack Obama…