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Washington Post Correction: Nathan Phillips 'Was Never Deployed to Vietnam'

Washington Post Correction: Nathan Phillips 'Was Never Deployed to Vietnam'

The Washington Post has walked back claims about the military record of Nathan Phillips, the Native American activist at the center of a national controversy captured on video at Friday's Woman's
Phone hacking was widespread at the Sun, high court told

Phone hacking was widespread at the Sun, high court told

Court also hears Elton John close to settling phone-hacking claim with paper’s publisher The high court has been told that phone hacking was widespread at the Sun, despite strong denials from Rupert

Netflix joins the Motion Picture Association of America

Hollywood’s highest-profile lobbying group, the Motion Picture Association of America, has announced the addition of a new member: Netflix. The trade group’s membership includes the major Hollywood
Attorney Threatens to Sue NYT's Maggie Haberman for Libel Against Covington Students

Attorney Threatens to Sue NYT's Maggie Haberman for Libel Against Covington Students

The Covington High School students have earned the support of an attorney who has threatened to sue New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman for the "obvious libel" of her accusations against them.
Google and Facebook spend more than ever on U.S. lobbying efforts

Google and Facebook spend more than ever on U.S. lobbying efforts

Google disclosed in a quarterly filing that it spent a company-record $21.2m on lobbying the U.S. government in 2018, topping its previous high of $18.22.
Celebrity social media influencers pledge to change way they post

Celebrity social media influencers pledge to change way they post

Clampdown on stars being paid for endorsing products without disclosing firm rewards themMore than a dozen celebrities, including Alexa Chung and Ellie Goulding, have pledged to change the way they
Journalist Fired After Wishing for Covington Kids, Parents to be Killed

Journalist Fired After Wishing for Covington Kids, Parents to be Killed

A journalist was fired after his employer found he had tweeted out his wish that the Covington Catholic kids and their parents be killed.
Nathan Phillips Tried to Disrupt Catholic Mass by Chanting, Beating Drum

Nathan Phillips Tried to Disrupt Catholic Mass by Chanting, Beating Drum

A group of Native American activists, led by native elder Nathan Phillips, allegedly tried to enter a Catholic church in Washington, DC, on Saturday while chanting and banging on their drums.

The Small Church in Massachusetts Where Gay and Trans Immigrants Feel at Home

For a decade, a dedicated team of volunteers at Rev. Judith Hanlon’s Hadwen Park Congregational Church has helped more than 150 gay and transgender immigrants make a life for themselves in America.

Steemit, crypto’s answer to Reddit, gets a new boss to rebuild after widespread layoffs

Steemit, an early blockchain startup that’s developing an alternative to Reddit, has a new chief less than two months after laying off most of its staff as part of cost-cutting measures. Celebrated as
Martin Lewis drops lawsuit as Facebook backs scam ads scheme

Martin Lewis drops lawsuit as Facebook backs scam ads scheme

Consumer finance journalist drops action as firm agrees to give £3m to anti-scam projectThe consumer finance journalist Martin Lewis is dropping his over its repeated failure to prevent scam adverts

YouTube TV is officially becoming available nationwide

Just ahead of this year’s Super Bowl, Google’s live TV streaming service YouTube TV is rolling out nationwide, the company announced this morning. The service has been steadily expanding since its
YouTube TV opens to the whole U.S. ahead of Super Bowl LIII

YouTube TV opens to the whole U.S. ahead of Super Bowl LIII

Google is expanding its premium YouTube TV streaming service to 98% of U.S. households, with the rest of the country to follow shortly after.

∞ The secret history of iPhone

[VIDEO] Rene Ritchie: On January 9, 2007, Steve Jobs put sneaker to stage for what was the most incredible keynote presentation of his life. Great turn of phrase, Rene. This video is a terrific look
Julian Assange launches legal challenge against Trump administration

Julian Assange launches legal challenge against Trump administration

WikiLeaks founder’s lawyers file urgent application in attempt to prevent extradition to USFollow the latest US politics newsJulian Assange, the fugitive WikiLeaks founder whose diplomatic sanctuary
'Vogue', 'GQ' and Other Condé Nast Titles Will Be Paywalled by 2020

'Vogue', 'GQ' and Other Condé Nast Titles Will Be Paywalled by 2020

The world of media has been deeply in flux in the past few years, with a rash of publications ceasing print operations and many others shutting down entirely. While there are a number of factors that
Hulu is getting cheaper, if you can put up with the ads

Hulu is getting cheaper, if you can put up with the ads

As Netflix raises rates in the US, its smaller rival, Hulu, is slashing the price of its most popular plan. The streaming-video service is lowering…
Hulu drops the price for its streaming service to $6 per month, but raises prices for Live TV

Hulu drops the price for its streaming service to $6 per month, but raises prices for Live TV

While Netflix is raising prices, Hulu is lowering its own. In a move to better compete with streaming rivals — and pick up new customers who think Netflix just got too expensive — Hulu this morning
NBC's Guthrie to Covington's Sandmann: 'Do You Think If You Weren’t Wearing That Hat This Might Not Have Happened?'

NBC's Guthrie to Covington's Sandmann: 'Do You Think If You Weren’t Wearing That Hat This Might Not Have Happened?'

Wednesday on NBC’s “Today,” show co-host Savannah Guthrie suggested Covington Catholic High School’s Nick Sandmann, one of the youths videoed in an what had been described as a confrontation with
Jim Carrey Compares Covington High Students to 'Baby Snakes'

Jim Carrey Compares Covington High Students to 'Baby Snakes'

Actor Jim Carrey worked up another politically charged picture depicting Covington Catholic High School students as hateful "Baby Snakes" mocking a Native American activist.