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Katrina Trinko Named Editor-in-Chief of The Daily Signal
Katrina Trinko, managing editor of The Daily Signal since the 2014 debut of The Heritage Foundation’s multimedia news organization, has been named editor-in-chief. Rob Bluey,... Read More The post
Delhi Crime: Netflix drama takes on gang rape that shocked India
Series focuses on aftermath of crime that pushed government into changing sexual assault lawsTwo Delhi police officers drive along a dark highway to the home of an accused rapist, reflecting on the
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Publishing Giant Axel Springer Sets Its Sights on eBay Classifieds
Industry observers believe Axel Springer may team up with a financial investor to fund a $10 billion purchase
After Christchurch, Facebook concedes AI alone can’t stop violent livestreams
In the aftermath of the New Zealand terrorist attack, Facebook has conceded the limits of AI in detecting violent videos in real time.
Why 6G research is starting before we have 5G
While the world waits for the rollout of 5G wireless networks, researchers are already laying the groundwork for 6G, which could enable 1 Tbps speeds.
Pinterest hires Walmart CTO Jeremy King as head of engineering
Pinterest has hired Walmart CTO Jeremy King as head of engineering. The announcement comes 24 hours after news emerged that King was leaving Walmart.
Trump Slammed After Escalating Attacks on McCain: He’s “Beefing With a Dead Man—and Losing”
President Donald Trump has drawn rare, bipartisan condemnation this week after he revived his attacks against the late Sen. John McCain—first over the weekend on Twitter, then on Tuesday when he told
CNN Contributor Rebukes Network for Charlottesville Hoax
CNN, whose motto is "Facts First," has thus far, refused to correct or retract its repeatedly false reporting about what Trump said in Charlottesville.
MoviePass co-founder’s new startup PreShow gives you free movie tickets for watching ads
As founding CEO of MoviePass, Stacy Spikes has already changed the way we think about paying for movie tickets. Now he’s pursuing a new approach — providing a free ticket to people who watch 15 to 20
Veteran tech journalist Dan Frommer launches his own subscription publication, The New Consumer
Dan Frommer has worked at some of the best-known publications in tech and business journalism — he was editor in chief of Recode, an editor at Business Insider and he’s even done some writing and
Facebook exposed 200 million to 600 million user passwords to employees
Facebook has resolved a glitch that exposed passwords of millions of users stored in readable format within its internal systems to its employees.
NYU Journalism School Hires Fact Checker Talia Lavin, Who Falsely Claimed Disabled Vet Had 'Nazi' Tattoo
New York University's journalism school hired Talia Lavin this week, a former New Yorker factor checker who once falsely claimed that a disabled vet ICE agent had a Nazi tattoo.
MoviePass parent’s CEO says its rebooted subscription service is already (sort of) profitable
Two days after MoviePass announced the return of the company’s unlimited ticket plan, Ted Farnsworth, CEO of its parent company Helios and Matheson Analytics, sat down with TechCrunch to offer insight
German journalist who gave birth as hostage in Syria speaks of ordeal
Janina Findeisen was seven months pregnant when she travelled to the war zoneA German woman who was abducted in Syria and held captive for nearly a year has revealed how her kidnappers were prepared
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Apple updates Final Cut Pro and iMovie to reformat videos for 64-bit macOS
Four of Apple's best Mac video editing tools have been updated to help users transition videos into formats compatible with future 64-bit macOS releases.
Comcast Unveils $5-a-Month Streaming Service Xfinity Flex
Comcast announced a $5-a-month streaming video service Thursday called Xfinity Flex, an offering that aggregates on-demand video from your subscriptions like Netflix Amazon Prime Video and HBO, as
Saudi Women on Trial After Contact with Foreign Media
Beirut -- Saudi women held in detention for nearly a year have been charged following contact with foreign media and activists, Human Rights Watch said Thursday, after they went on trial for
Brzezinski: Republicans Are Telling Me They Will Support Buttigieg
During Thursday’s MSNBC broadcast of “Morning Joe,” co-host Mika Brzezinski discussed 2020 Democrat presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg’s chances. Brzezinski said after having Buttigieg on the show,
Van Jones: Joe Biden Trying to Put on ‘Diversity Jacket’ with Abrams as Running Mate
Appearing Thursday afternoon on CNN, network contributor Van Jones said a decision by former Vice President Joe Biden to name failed gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams as his 2020 running mate
Fox viewers think Trump’s the best president, and that’s far from their worst misconception
If there was any doubt about the dangerously divisive impact of Fox News on U.S. democracy, a new poll by a team of progressive researchers underscores the delusional effects the cable network’s