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NYT’s Charles Blow: Border Wall ‘Monument to White Supremacy’
New York Times columnist Charles Blow said on Sunday that a border wall on the U.S.-Mexico border would be a “monument to white supremacy."
In ‘Zucked’, early Facebook investor Roger McNamee explains why he turned against the company
Early Facebook investor Roger McNamee has a book out called 'Zucked', in which he details his two-year crusade against the dangers of social media.
Super Bowl LIII set streaming records, while TV viewership saw massive drop
Football fans didn’t tune into this year’s Super Bowl coverage on TV in as large numbers as in years past. According to Nielsen, the big game drew an average televised audience of around 98.2 million
Detailed sculpture, zoomed in, reveals a whole new world
Watch the video embedded in the tweet below. It's short. And incredible.https://twitter.com/martinm_media/status/1092334074910461954I struggle to wrap my head around the fact that the artist sees the
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∞ Provocative Pixar short
[VIDEO] Pixar shorts always deliver a message, some more subtle than others. Take a look at this latest entry (embedded in the main Loop post). What do you think?
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L.A. Times Columnist: MAGA Hats Are Like Wearing Blackface
Los Angeles Times left-wing columnist Robin Abcarian has written that wearing President Donald Trump's famous "Make America Great Again" (MAGA) campaign hats should be the moral equivalent of wearing
Cops Are Battling Journalists Over California’s New Police Transparency Law
For decades, when it came to releasing records related to police officers’ conduct, California was among the least transparent states in the country. That was supposed to change a few weeks ago. Last
Facebook Messenger finally gets an ‘unsend‘ feature
Messenger first announced it was working on an unsend feature for everyone after it was revealed that CEO Mark Zuckerberg had the ability to do so.
Gwyneth Paltrow is becoming the Oprah of wellness 2.0
Before we had Goop, we had Oprah. Decades before Gwyneth Paltrow was drawing both ire and adoration for her pivot from mainstream movie star to…
Eric Trump lies: My father is working so hard he ‘hasn’t left the White House in 5 weeks’
The news networks for days have been talking about the leaked White House schedulesthat show President Donald Trump spends most of his days watching TV and chatting on the phone with friends. Tired of
How the American Fraternity Became a Hotbed of Hypermasculinity
Despite scandal after scandal, male Greek Life isn't going anywhere.
Microsoft Partner 'NewsGuard' Removes Daily Mail from News Blacklist
NewsGuard, the browser extension that rates the “trustworthiness” of news outlets which is included by default in Microsoft's mobile Edge browser, has removed the Daily Mail from its blacklist — which
TIME’s Christine Blasey Ford Cover Recognized as 2018 Cover of the Year
TIME won the 2018 “Cover of the Year” Award from the American Society of Magazine Editors for its Oct. 15, 2018, cover, “Her Lasting Impact,” featuring Christine Blasey Ford. The cover was illustrated
Oprah interview fuels talk of Beto O’Rourke’s presidential ambitions
Beto O’Rourke, the Democratic former Texas congressman whose unsuccessful campaign to unseat Republican U.S. Senator Ted Cruz last year set fundraising records and generated buzz about a 2020
Media’s Different Handling of Kavanaugh, Virginia Lieutenant Governor Accusations
The uncorroborated sexual assault allegation against Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax, a Democrat, has drawn comparisons to the uncorroborated allegations against Supreme Court Justice Brett... Read
Twitter Takes 20 Minutes to Protect a Journalist's Feelings - but 48 Hours to Remove Death Threats Against Covington Kids
Remember the kids of Covington Catholic high school, who were bombarded with graphic threats of violence by verified left-wing accounts on Twitter for little more than wearing MAGA hats? Remember how
Donald Trump Hosts Establishment Media for Off-The-Record Lunch Before State of the Union
President Donald Trump invited top establishment media news members to lunch prior to his State of the Union address on Tuesday, the White House confirmed to Breitbart News.
Vietnamese blogger vanishes after fleeing to Thailand
Radio Free Asia editors last heard from Truong Duy Nhat on 26 January, a day after he applied for refugee status with the UN A Vietnamese blogger for Radio Free Asia has vanished after fleeing to
Cable News Is Already Casting for a Trump Replacement
If the Democrats take the president down, they may take down cable news's ratings with him. Who is going to be the next star the press fixates on?
Snap reports revenue of $390 million, up 36% as DAUs remain flat at 186 million
For the first time in two quarters, Snap is no longer losing daily active users, and it generated more revenue than Wall Street expected.