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Sicilian journalist cleared of harassing top government official
Patrizia Monterosso accuses Accursio Sabella of causing anxiety attacks with reportingA Sicilian journalist has said he was just doing his job after magistrates dismissed harassment and stalking
IMAX VR’s death is a warning
But how can other location-based VR businesses even hope to succeed if a giant like IMAX can fail?
Pinkerton: Digital Natives in Politics--Wannabes Are Seeking the Warmth of a Billion Suns
In Part One of this series, we observed that politicians such as Beto O’Rourke have proven that they are “digital natives.” That is, they’ve grown up with social media, and their “fluency” is already
Swedish Journalist Gets to Keep Job After People Smuggling Conviction
Swedish journalist Fredrik Önnevall, an employee of public broadcaster SVT, has been convicted of human trafficking after bringing a migrant to Sweden but will still get to keep his job.
Gaming media and brand report: League of Legends doubles views in November
The 2018 World Championships led to League of Legends’ big increase in overall social video views, to a combined 252 million views in November.
Pollak: In Praise of the Principled Resignation
The principled resignation, a staple of British politics, has been dormant in the U.S. for far too long. Its return heralds a restoration of character and credibility in American democracy.
A Message to Our Readers as 2018 Winds Down
While others in the media “pivot to video” in a quest for advertising revenue, we decided to pivot to video to say thanks—to our readers, for having our backs during another year full of challenges
Original Content podcast: Netflix’s ‘Roma’ might be the best movie of the year
A number of critics have declared that “Roma” is the best movie of the year. Naturally, we had to weigh in on the latest episode of the Original Content podcast. Director Alfonso Cuarón’s recent (and
Reuters journalists jailed in Myanmar to lodge appeal
Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo, who reported on Rohingya crisis, have spent more than a year in prison Two Reuters journalists jailed while reporting on the Rohingya crisis in Myanmar are set to appeal the
Charlie Hebdo Journalist: 'Islam Must Submit to Criticism'
Charlie Hebdo journalist Zineb El Rhazoui has received rape and death threats for saying "Islam must submit to criticism".
U.S. Ambassador Accuses Fake News Scandal German Magazine of 'Anti-American' Bias
Germany's leading news magazine, which was forced to apologise to readers on Wednesday after revelations of "invented stories", has been accused of having a major anti-American bias by President
Scarborough: 'This Is a Rogue President'
Monday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” co-host Joe Scarborough agreed with The Washington Post’s assertion that President Donald is acting as a “rogue president.” Scarborough agreed that Trump is “rogue,”
Susan Rice: Trump Is More Dangerous to America Than 'Any Foreign Adversary'
Former National Security Advisor Susan Rice published an op-ed Sunday in the New York Times in which she declares that President Donald Trump "does more to undermine American national security than
Facebook's Top Five Fails of 2018
2018 was not an easy year for Facebook due to a number of data hacks and company scandals. As the year draws to an end, Breitbart News would like to highlight some of the company's biggest mistakes.
Trump Fact-Checks Media: Brett McGurk Responsible for Pallets of Cash to Iran
President Donald Trump reacted Monday to critics who had rallied around former U.S. envoy Brett McGurk, noting that he was the Obama administration official responsible for sending pallets of cash to
Gen. Wesley Clark: Allies Wonder Whether Trump 'Blackmailed' to Leave Syria
Wesley Clark claims Middle Eastern allies suspect Turkey may have blackmailed President Trump into withdrawing U.S. troops from Syria.
Women's March Organizer: 'White Jews, as White People, Uphold White Supremacy'
Tamika Mallory, co-president of the Women's March, told the New York Times that "white Jews ... uphold white supremacy." She also told a fellow left-wing activist "that Jews [need] to confront their
These Photos Capture How Americans Celebrated the Holidays 80 Years Ago
Some of the most legendary images of America during the 1930s and 1940s were taken by photographers working for the Farm Security Agency-Office of War Information. The New Deal agency employed
Quillette Op-Ed: Tech Companies Fear 'Humor,' the 'Most Powerful Weapon Against Authoritarianism'
Quillette casts PewDiePie's battles with censorship as illustrative of an internet dominated by a cartel of politically aligned capitalists.
Nicaraguan Police Storm TV Station, Accuse Owners of 'Instigating Hate'
Authorities in Nicaragua stormed a television station and shut down its operations on Friday, accusing it of "instigating hatred and violence."