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Facebook criticised after women complain of inaction over abuse
Amnesty says social media firm must do more to support users who report harassmentHuman rights campaigners have called for action after a survey revealed that more than half of the reports that women
AT&T Assembles a Media Team, Joining a Battle With Giants
John Stankey, an AT&T veteran who was put in charge of WarnerMedia, is the executive behind the moves announced Monday, which show that the company is serious about tearing up old ways and putting
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Nolte: Watch Chuck Todd Spread 4 Pieces of Fake News in 54 Seconds
To distract from truths Todd and his ilk find inconvenient, Chuck Todd's willing to sell out whatever residual credibility he might have left with a 54-second fake news word salad.
Donald Trump Jr. Calls Out Microsoft Partner NewsGuard's 'Inherent Bias'
Donald Trump Jr. called out news "trustworthiness" browser plug-in NewsGuard over its "inherent bias," Friday, after Media Matters was given a green rating by the Microsoft partner, despite the
Netflix defends its impact on the movie business ahead of Oscars debate
Netflix did pretty well at this year’s Academy Awards, but it’s also facing pushback from some big names in the movie business. “Roma” took home more high-profile Oscars (Best Director, Best Foreign
Sonic has two eyes, and I must scream
We now have our first look at the way Sonic the Hedgehog is going to look in the movie, and it's a reminder that Hollywood doesn't care about games.Read More
Nick Sandmann's Lawyers: Washington Post's Correction After 41 Days 'Too Little and Too Late'
Attorneys for Nick Sandmann, the high school student at the center of a viral encounter between Covington Catholic High School students and a Native American activist, eviscerated the Washington Post
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Just Had the Perfect Response to People Who Think She’s a “Pretty Idiot”
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) doesn’t mince words. In an interview published Sunday in The New Yorker, the 29-year-old congresswoman took aim at her critics, whose attacks, she says, are
How Covington’s Nick Sandmann Could Win His Defamation Claim Against Washington Post
Nicholas Sandmann is one of the Covington Catholic High School students caught in a media firestorm while attending the March for Life last month in... Read More The post How Covington’s Nick Sandmann
Bill Maher Slobbers over Beto O'Rourke: 'Dems Could Do a Lot Worse'
Bill Maher heaped praise on possible 2020 hopeful Beto O'Rourke in a social media post over the weekend, saying that his "crowd went nuts" for the Texas Democrat.
Former White House Lawyer Ty Cobb: Robert Mueller 'American Hero,' No 'Witch Hunt'
Former White House lawyer Ty Cobb defended Special Counsel Robert Mueller in an interview with ABC News published Tuesday morning, calling Mueller an "American hero" and saying his investigation was
Kylie Jenner's makeup makes her the world's youngest billionaire
Youngest of the Kardashian-Jenner reality TV family tops Mark Zuckerberg by two yearsKylie Jenner, the youngest member of the Kardashian-Jenner American reality TV family, has become the world’s
You can now ask Alexa to control your Roku devices
Roku this morning announced its devices will now be compatible with Amazon’s Alexa. Through a new Roku skill for Alexa, Roku owners will be able to control their devices in order to do things like
How evangelical websites shape the views of millions of Brazilians
The new Brazilian government of Jair Bolsonaro has shocked the liberal world with its right-wing views and efforts to block a progressive agenda for minorities and human rights. In January, Brazil’s
SoundCloud finally introduces discounted student pricing
SoundCloud wants to make its streaming music service more affordable to a key demographic: younger users who generally spend more time listening to music, compared with their older counterparts. This
CNN's Avlon Wonders if Trump Is Playing 'Partisan Politics' in Response to Alabama Tornadoes
During Tuesday’s “New Day” on CNN, network political analyst John Avlon compared President Donald Trump’s response to the deadly wildfires in California killing around 100 people in 2018 and Hurricane
‘New York Post’ Publishes Report Exposing Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s 9-Figure Social Security Number
Barstool Sports founder reportedly blames company ‘idiots’ for copyright controversy
In a recent Twitter thread, comedian Miel Bredouw recounted some shady behavior by Barstool Sports’ legal team. In fact, even Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy isn’t trying to defend it, and
Nolte: Far-Left CNN, HuffPost Already Rigging the Primary Against Joe Biden
Joining CNN in the war to discourage this 77-year-old white male from jumping into the primary is HuffPost, which is not as rabidly far-left as CNN, but in the same ballpark.
Amy Webb’s ‘The Big Nine’ predicts the impact of AI and tech giants over the next 50 years
Futurist Amy Webb lays out potential future scenarios involving tech giants at the forefront of AI development in "The Big Nine."Read More