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CNN’s Douglas Brinkley: ‘Nobody’ Wants to See Trump at Bush 41 Funeral
CNN’s presidential historian Douglas Brinkley said on Monday evening that nobody attending President George H.W. Bush’s funeral on Wednesday wants to see President Donald Trump.
LGBTQ Writer Gets Death Threats After Accusing Ariana Grande of Wearing 'Blackface' in Music Video
LGBTQ publication INTO published a column accusing pop star Ariana Grande of wearing blackface, among other offenses, leading to death threats being made against the writer.
Chrome 71 arrives with an expanded ad blocker
Google today launched Chrome 71 with an expanded ad blocker, warnings for unclear mobile billing services, support for relative times, and more.
Report: Weekly Standard Staff 'Bracing for the Worst' After Search for Buyer Fails
The future of The Weekly Standard, a conservative opinion magazine turned Never-Trump publication, is "uncertain," a top editor told staffers.
Ana Navarro to Eric Trump: Defending Wives Is Not Your 'Alley' --- Your Father Is a Cheater
Tuesday on CNN’s “Newsroom,” political commentator Ana Navarro said it was not Eric Trump’s place to tweet about husbands being disrespectful to wives because of his father’s sexual history. While
Catholic League Decries Media Silence over Pope’s Words on Gay Priests
The Catholic League, a watchdog group, denounced the mainstream media silence over powerful statements by Pope Francis saying there is “no room” in the priesthood for homosexuality.
Barbra Streisand: Trump 'Has No Regard' for the 'Preservation' of Earth
Actress and left-wing pop icon Barbra Streisand melted down Tuesday over Republican plans for drill for oil in Alaska, accusing President Donald Trump of having "no regard" for the preservation of
It’s the End of News As We Know It (and Facebook Is Feeling Fine)
You probably saw the commercial, ubiquitous across television earlier this year: “We came here for the friends.” The narrator, sounding just a little like a younger Mark Zuckerberg, skipped us through
'Humiliation on a historic scale': what the papers say about first day of Brexit debate
Front pages paint a grim picture of Theresa May’s horror day in parliament Theresa May’s shocking day in parliament dominates the front pages, with papers leading on the prime minister suffering three
The Guardian: World News
Disgraced CBS Boss Les Moonves Destroyed Evidence in Failed Sexual Misconduct Cover-Up Scheme
Disgraced CBS chief executive Les Moonves destroyed scores of evidence and lied to investigators conducting a probe into multiple allegations against him, ranging from sexual harassment to rape.
Acast raises $35M to help podcasters make money
Podcasting has grown tremendously in recent years, and a Stockholm-based company called Acast is looking to help all those podcasters make money. Acast is announcing today that it has raised $35
'Killed for speaking the truth': nine journalists murdered in 2018
Over 30 journalists – including Jamal Khashoggi – have been murdered so far this year. With the help of colleagues and relatives, or in their own words and pictures, we pay tribute to some of them
The Guardian: World News
Threats to Journalists Worldwide Are at a 10-Year High, Report Says
The report found that 78 journalists were killed while doing their job in 2017
Acast raises $33 million to grow its podcasting platform in the U.S. and beyond
Acast has raised $33 million in a series C round of funding, and the Swedish company said it will use its new funds to double down on its global growth.
JioSaavn becomes India’s answer to Spotify and Apple Music
India finally has its answer to Spotify after Reliance Jio merged its music service with Saavn, the startup it acquired earlier this year. The deal itself isn’t new — it was announced back in March —
Thomson Reuters to Cut 3,200 Jobs by 2020
Toronto-based news and information company Thomson Reuters Corporation will reportedly cut 3,200 jobs, or a full 12 percent of its workforce, by 2020.
Oliver North: George Bush Invited Me for Christmas When I Was Politically 'Radioactive'
Retired Lt. Col. and National Rifle Association (NRA) President Oliver North recalled how former President George H. W. Bush hosted him at a Bush family Christmas at a time when he was considered
Contentful raises $33.5 million to reinvent content management systems
Contentful has raised $33.5 million in venture capital as the company expands its technology for modernizing content manage systems.
David Byrne Rode His Bike to Our Office and Talked About Everything
Since the late-1970s, when David Byrne formed the iconic (and alas, now-defunct) Talking Heads, his career has been an endless stream of fascinating side projects, starting with his super-weird,
“The United States Astonishes and Scares Me”: Members of the Migrant Caravan Share Their Stories
A group of migrants met in mid-October in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, and formed a caravan. The men, women, and children committed to help each other travel toward the United States, with dreams of a