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Watch: Jim Acosta Gloats Over No Deal Between Trump, Kim Jong-Un -- 'Much More Difficult Than Reality TV'
Thursday, CNN reporter Jim Acosta reacted from Hanoi, Vietnam, to President Donald Trump failing to reach an agreement with North Korea’s Kim Jong-un regarding denuclearization, saying trying to reach
CNN's Alisyn Camerota Urges Rashida Tlaib to Walk Back Apology, Declare Mark Meadows Racist
CNN's New Day co-anchor Alisyn Camerota attempted Thursday morning to encourage Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MN) to undo her apology to Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) the day before, when she suggested he was a
Report: Disney in talks with AT&T to buy WarnerMedia’s 10% Hulu stake
Disney is in discussions to buy AT&T’s 10 percent stake in Hulu, which it comes into by way of its WarnerMedia acquisition, according to a report from Variety this morning. The news is not
James O'Keefe: 'I Just Wish' Facebook Would 'Admit' They Censor Conservatives
James O'Keefe invited insiders within Facebook, Google, and Twitter to become whistle-blowers and expose politically motivated censorship.
ABC's Hostin: 'Shocking' Rep. Meadows Used Black Woman as a 'Prop,' 'Racial Trope'
Thursday on ABC's "The View," co-host and network legal analyst Sunny Hostin said it was "shocking" Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) brought Donald Trump's African-American staffer Lynne Patton to the House
Oprah to Address World Summit on 'How Women Can Save the Planet'
Hollywood actor-super-produce Oprah Winfrey is set to address the 'Women in the World Summit' in April and tackle the topic of how women can "confront authoritarian regimes."
Report: Facebook, Google to Face Huge UK Fines for Not Removing 'Harmful Content'
Tech giants including Facebook and Google could face huge fines in the U.K. for not removing "toxic"or "harmful" content from their platforms.
Nolte: CNN's Acosta Caught Lying During Tantrum at Hanoi Press Conference
CNN brought Acosta on air to recap the event. Naturally, the crybully opened by making everything all about himself and immediately started lying.
This is what the world thinks of the sudden end of the Trump-Kim summit
If coming back from the Hanoi summit empty-handed wasn’t deflating enough for President Donald Trump, his failure to nail a deal or make real progress on denuclearization is being spun as a victory
Lara Logan: 'Too Much Politics' Infiltrating Journalism -- 'What Happened to Reporting the Facts?'
Former CBS correspondent Lara Logan discussed her remarks on a podcast about the state of journalism in the United States in which she blasted the left-leaning media. Logan on “Fox & Friends”
CNBC's John Harwood Cites False Data Comparing GDP Under Obama and Trump
An article posted on CNBC Thursday morning, then linked on the Drudge Report, employed a false economic growth number to criticize the Trump administration by comparing it to Obama's administration.
CEO Richard Plepler is leaving HBO
Richard Plepler, who’s been at HBO since 1992 and served as CEO since 2013, is leaving the network. In a staff memo, Plepler didn’t offer specific reasons for his departure but said, “Hard as it is to
MSNBC’s Wiley: ‘As a Black Woman,’ Watching Patton ‘Paraded Out’ ‘Most Offensive Thing I Have Ever Seen’
MSNBC contributor Maya Wiley said on Wednesday that seeing Housing and Urban Department (HUD) official Lynne Patton, a former Trump organization employee, being “paraded out” by Rep. Mark Meadows
Memes Are Our Generation's Protest Art
Internet jokes have turned into serious commentary, and can provide comfort and joy to people fed up with the way the country is going.
Beyond foldable phones: How flexible displays are shaping technology
Digital displays are evolving into something very different, and the evolution of flexible screens could have interesting ramifications for technology.Read More
Naughty America launches AR virtual strippers on iOS and mixed reality gear
Naughty America launched its naughty holograms for viewing on augmented reality platforms as well as iOS.Read More
What the Dodo’s animal videos tell us about the different corners of the internet
Snakes are for Snapchat. Cuddly kittens are for Facebook. The Dodo's founder breaks down how it approaches each social platform.
‘Momo’ videos on YouTube cannot be monetized… but that’s not a new policy
Be warned, YouTube creators: Making videos about the latest viral hoax, the “Momo challenge,” will not make you money. Over the past couple of days, the Momo challenge has gone viral once again,
LA Times Columnist: Remove John Wayne's Name from Airport over 48-Year-Old Comments About White Supremacy
A column published in the Los Angeles Times this week argues that John Wayne Airport in Orange County, California, should be renamed due to racist comments that the iconic actor made in an interview
Nolte: Jonah Goldberg and Steve Hayes to Launch 'Trump-Skeptical' Site
National Review must be thrilled to unload Goldberg, a talented writer who has not had anything new to say for three years.