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The NRA Welcomed Maria Butina—Even As She Worked to Arm Anti-American Thugs Abroad
The American public has continued to know little about Maria Butina, who pleaded guilty in December to participating in a foreign conspiracy against the United States. Not much has emerged about the
Nolte: Ex-New York Times Editor Jill Abramson Hit with Plagiarism Allegations
Abramson is not denying Moynihan's screenshot comparisons are real, which means something went horribly wrong.
Nolte: Elizabeth Warren Is Still Lying About Her Indian Heritage
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and the establishment media are hoping to gaslight the American people into believing she has put her Cherokee scandal behind her with an "apology."
Jill Abramson accused of plagiarism in new book Merchants of Truth
Ex-New York Times editor disputed allegations after Vice reporter listed passages that resemble material from other publicationsThe former New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson is facing
Subscription platform Substack adds podcast support
Substack started out by providing individual writers and publishers with a set of tools enabling them to charge a subscription fee for their newsletters. Now it’s giving them the ability to do the
MSNBC host destroys Fox News’ double standard on Trump’s laziness by showing its coverage of Obama
Since Axios first revealed that President Donald Trump spends 60 percent of his entire schedule on “executive time” slacking off, Fox News has been working overtime to defend him against criticisms
Subscription startup Scroll acquires news aggregator Nuzzel
Tony Haile, who previously led analytics company Chartbeat, is trying to rethink the business model for news at his new startup, Scroll. Now he’s adding aggregation and curation to the mix with the
News aggregator Nuzzel sold to subscription service Scroll
News aggregator service Nuzzle has been acquired by Scroll, a company working on launching an ad-free subscription service.
Facebook logged a user into someone else’s account with a recycled phone number
Telecom providers recycle millions of phone numbers every year, which creates an added security risk for users who rely on their phone for login purposes.
Businesses can now respond to Instagram messages from Facebook, starting in the U.S. and Brazil
It's a small but important change as Facebook is trying to make it easier for businesses to toggle between the company's various apps.
Alarmists: Climate Change Caused British Chips to ‘Shrink by an Inch’
The UK’s Independent newspaper blamed “climate change” for lower potato yields in 2018 resulting in pommes frites one inch shorter on average as compared to prior years.
Fairfax Accuser Felt 'Powerless'' After Washington Post Refused to Publish #MeToo Claim
Had the Washington Post simply offered Dr. Tyson the same respect and editorial standard it offered Kavanaugh's far less credible accusers, this issue could have been resolved outside of this highly
NewsGuard Labels Breitbart *Merchandise* as Fake News
NewsGuard, the browser plugin that recently partnered with Microsoft and purports to indicate if news sources are trustworthy or not, is telling Internet users today that the new #NeverSocialist USA
Netflix launches ‘smart downloads’ feature on iOS to automate offline viewing
Netflix today is launching a new feature on iOS devices that will help make it easier to watch its shows when you’re offline. The “smart downloads” feature, as it’s called, will automatically delete a
T-Mobile plans to offer à la carte media subscriptions, but no TV ‘skinny bundle’
T-Mobile doesn’t want to compete with other carriers or teleco’s by developing its own “skinny bundle” of streaming TV channels, the company said today on its earnings call with investors, noting the
Instagram bans 'graphic' self-harm images after Molly Russell's death
Social media site announces action following criticism from British teenager’s fatherInstagram has announced that it will ban all graphic self-harm images as part of a series of changes made in
Nolte: NYT, WaPo Throw People of Color Under Bus to Protect Democrats
Even if it means downplaying the systematic rape of migrant women and spiking a sexual assault allegation and burying racial-identity theft and dismissing the racist act of blackface as "dark makeup,"
IAC-owned publishing company Dotdash grew revenue by 44 percent last year
Holding company IAC just released its fourth quarter earnings report, which includes positive numbers for Dotdash, the rebranded company formerly known as About.com — revenue increased 32 percent in
Jeff Bezos accuses National Enquirer owner of 'extortion and blackmail'
Amazon chief alleges tabloid threatened to publish nude images of himNew twist to tale of Trump, Russia and the mediaDavid Pecker: Trump’s friend and fixer Jeff Bezos has accused the publisher of the
NewsGuard Defends New York Times Stealth Edit of Blackface Story: ‘Not All Changes Necessarily Corrections’
NewsGuard, the establishment-backed "fact checker" that according to one report is approximately twice as likely to rate a conservative news site as "untrustworthy" compared to a non-conservative news