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Leftist NY Mag Reporter: Wall Support Based on 'Hateful' 'Breitbart Type Worldview'
New York Magazine's Olivia Nuzzi repeatedly denied that ideologically left-wing or partisan Democrat politics shape her journalism.
New York Times Pressures Credit Card Giants to Blacklist Gun Purchasers
The New York Times is pressuring credit card giants to monitor customers' buying habits and blacklist gun purchases.
‘We Have to Show People What’s Going On’
Justin Sullivan, a photojournalist with Getty Images, was watching a KFC restaurant burn to the ground in Paradise, California, when he decided to lay down and take a picture. Thousands of tiny embers
German Fake News Journo Accused of Embezzling Money Meant for Syrian Orphans
Former Der Spiegel star journalist Claas Relotius, who was exposed for inventing facts and interviews in his stories for years, has now been accused of embezzling money allegedly meant for Syrian
Couple released without charge over Gatwick drone 'could win substantial payout'
Libel lawyer says Paul Gait and Elaine Kirk could win £75,000 from newspapers who identified themThe couple arrested and released without charge in relation to the Gatwick drone incident could win at
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10 apps you should download now for your new iPhone or iPad
If you're looking for the 10 best apps to install on a new iOS device, start right here -- our picks will help you save money and enjoy your iPhone or iPad!
10 things to try with your new Google Home smart speaker
This is a guide to the basics: 10 top features and ways to start talking with Google Assistant and put your Google Home smart speaker to work.
Meet the video-game designer hoping to bring players to tears
Jenova Chen is an innovative video game designer who describes himself as “a digital monk.” What he means by this is that he’s trying to…
Tunisia: Protests Erupt After Journalist Sets Himself on Fire
The death of a Tunisian journalist who set himself on fire to protest economic problems in the African nation prompted a protest that led to police clashes.
Elon Musk's Five Biggest Freakouts of 2018
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has gained a reputation for often acting rashly and aggressively, here are the CEO's five biggest freakouts of 2018.
New York Times Salutes the Christmas Spirit of Hezbollah
In a bizarre article published on Christmas Eve, the New York Times saluted the murderous Iran-backed Lebanese terrorist group Hezbollah for its wonderful Christmas spirit, applauding the group for
10 things to try with your new Echo smart speaker
Amazon Echo speakers can be used in tens of thousands of ways. Here's 10 popular, new, or noteworthy ways to use the AI assistant Alexa.
These Haunting Photos Show the Pain of Native Children Ripped From Their Parents
The truth revealed itself slowly but insistently. In 2015, photographer Daniella Zalcman had traveled to Canada to document a public health crisis among the country’s Indigenous people, who had one of
Snap’s to-do list for 2019: Add more users before it runs out of money
CEO Evan Spiegel has told investors that he still thinks Snap can turn a profit in 2019. With user growth slowing, that will be a tall order.
Here's Where All the 4K Content for Your New TV Is Hiding
You’ve got your hands on a shiny new 4K television set, or a 4K computer monitor, or even a smartphone with a 4K screen... so where’s all the 4K content at? It can sometimes feel like its impossible
Internet mostly fake now
When bots finally accounted for half the traffic on the internet, Media Experts speculated that algorithms would start identifying bots as a better advertising target than humans. Max Read points out
A Haitian Asylum-Seeker Had Been Stuck in Jail for Almost Two Years. This Ohio Couple Stepped Up to Help.
After a gang beat him for criticizing a local politician, Ansly Damus fled Haiti. The former teacher came to the United States seeking asylum—but instead, immigration officials put him in a windowless
Blacklisted: 7 Notable Twitter Bans in 2018
A number of prominent conservative and libertarian accounts were banned from Twitter this year as Big Tech ramped up the blacklisting of ideological dissidents and mainstream conservatives alike.
Georgia ‘deportation bus’ candidate reports to jail after insurance fraud indictment
A Georgia state senator who advertised his campaign for governor with a so-called “deportation bus” reported to jail on Wednesday. The Atlanta Journal Constitution reported that Republican state Sen.
Fake News: NBC Spreads False Claim President Trump Did Not Visit Troops at 'Christmastime'
NBC News and a variety of other media outlets falsely reported that President Donald Trump did not visit U.S. troops in a combat zone during Christmastime.