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Netflix permanently pulls iTunes billing for new users
In an attempt to free itself from Apple's 15 percent cut, Netflix no longer offers new customers on iOS the option to pay for the sevice through iTunes.
‘Bird Box’ breaks a Netflix record with 45M+ people watching in its first week
Sandra Bullock’s star power can still sell a movie, apparently. Though reviews for the Netflix horror film “Bird Box” have been lukewarm — the movie has a respectable, but not outstanding, score of 65
Sharpton: 'Donald Trump Is Not as Smart as We Give Him Credit For'
Friday on MSNBC’s “Deadline,” network host Al Sharpton implied President Donald Trump was not intelligent. During a discussion on the government shutdown over border wall funding, Sharpton said, “You
Federalist Writer Bre Payton Passes Away at 26 After Hospitalization
Bre Payton, a conservative writer for The Federalist, tragically passed away at 26 Friday after being hospitalized with H1N1 flu and suspected meningitis.
April Ryan: Trump Is Pulling Down the Economy with Shutdown
Thursday on CNN’s “The Situation Room,” American Urban Radio Network’s White House correspondent April Ryan accused President Donald Trump of “pulling down the economy.” Ryan charged Trump was to
The Crisis on the Border You Didn’t Learn About in School
Antonio Rodriguez was burned at the stake. Jesus Bazan was shot in the back. Macedonia Herrera was executed on a hill overlooking his home. Between 1910 and 1920, historian Monica Muñoz Martinez
Trump and Social Media Could Be An Even More Dangerous Combination in 2019
A country riven by ethnic tension. Spontaneous organizing fueled by viral memes. Hateful fake-news posts about “terrorism” from marginalized groups inciting violence and riots. It’s a story we’ve seen
Daily Mail Retracts Climate Scare Article for Data ‘Errors’
Britain’s second largest daily newspaper has retracted a December article asserting that global warming is worse than commonly thought.
Will the Trump presidency survive 2019?
The big year-ahead question looming in Washington right now is a simple but brutal one: Will Donald Trump’s presidency survive 2019? Doubts about whether Trump…
Crawling from the wreckage
Things are tough all over — but especially in the digital media business of 2018. Probably the most high-profile flameout this year was at Mic, which laid off most of its staff ahead of an acquisition
Google Blocks Gateway Pundit from News Search Results
Google has rejected an application from conservative website The Gateway Pundit to appear in Google News search results.
Local Media Ignore Immigration Status of Convicted Killer
At least five Oregon media outlets reported on the sentencing hearing on December 12 of a man convicted of stabbing his girlfriend to death. Not one of the articles found on a search mentioned the
Cyber-attack disrupts printing of major US newspapers
Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, Wall Street Journal and New York Times among titles affected by virus that hit shared systemsA cyber-attack has caused printing and delivery disruptions to major US
We Hear You: Checking the Rise of Identity Politics
Editor’s note: Thinking about the ties that bind us is a good way to ring out the year, so such thoughts lead off this week’s... Read More The post We Hear You: Checking the Rise of Identity Politics
7 ways to avoid VR motion sickness
These seven tactics can help you from getting motion sick while using virtual realities headsets such as the Oculus Rift or PSVR.
Suspected Malware Attack Disrupts Some Major Newspapers Nationwide. The FBI Has Been Alerted
The computer virus was launched against Tribune Publishing
Cyberattack on Tribune Publishing Halts Printing of Newspapers in L.A.
A cyberattack at a Los Angeles newspaper printing plant halted the delivery of a number of popular newspapers, Saturday, including the Los Angeles Times, and west coast editions of the Wall Street
Cyberattack cripples publication of several top US newspapers
Major U.S. newspapers failed to meet publication schedules over the weekend following a cyberattack on the servers at the Los Angeles Times’ printing plant, crippling operations at the facility that
‘They are not saying that’: MSNBC host shuts down Matt Gaetz for claiming ‘Democrats say walls are racist’
MSNBC host Richard Lui cut off Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) on Sunday after the Florida Republican repeatedly insisted that Democrats have claimed that border walls are “racist.” During an interview on
Exclusive — Candace Owens Announces First Blexit Rally: 'We'll See You in Los Angeles'
Conservative firebrand Candace Owens announced that the first #Blexit rally will take place in Los Angeles, California.