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Report: Google Manually Manipulates Search Results to Exclude Conservative Sites
Google manually manipulates search results in an effort to exclude conservative websites, such as the American Spectator, the Conservative Tribune, and the Gateway Pundit, according to documents
A Man Suffered a Heart Attack on the Train. Another Passenger Rushed to Help Just In Time.
Welcome to Recharge, a weekly newsletter full of stories that will energize your inner hellraiser. See more editions and sign up here. Avi Hatami was on a commuter train outside New York, studying for
Vigilantes Not Welcome: A Border Town Pushes Back on Anti-Immigrant Extremists
In late August last year, 39-year-old Michael Lewis Arthur Meyer exited La Gitana bar in Arivaca, Arizona, took out his phone, and started recording a video for his Facebook page: “So down here in
House Democrats Just Passed a Bill to Revive Net Neutrality
On Wednesday morning, the House of Representatives passed a bill to restore Obama-era net neutrality protections—but the effort is likely to stop there, with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell
“Libraries Have Become De Facto Homeless Shelters”: Emilio Estevez on His New Movie, “The Public”
The last time audiences saw actor Emilio Estevez in a library was in 1985 for a dance sequence in the brat pack classic The Breakfast Club. Thirty-four years later in his new movie, The Public,
Washington Post Asks Court to Dismiss Covington Lawsuit
The Washington Post asked a federal court Tuesday to dismiss a lawsuit brought by Covington Catholic High School student Nick Sandmann in February. Several Covington... Read More The post Washington
How the Creators of the New “Native Son” Grappled With Rewriting a Literary Classic
Editor’s note: Spoilers ahead. Growing up near Chicago in the 1990s, artist and director Rashid Johnson felt a kinship with author Richard Wright. Wright had moved to the city in the late 1920s and
Devin Nunes said the quiet part out loud about his defamation lawsuit targeting journalists
Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) appeared on Fox News Wednesday and admitted to frivolously using the legal system to attack and threaten journalists. Nunes filed a $150 million lawsuit against McClatchy, one
Nolte: Disney Star Says Rehiring Pedophilia Joker James Gunn Sends ‘Strong Message to Kids’
James Gunn was fired after tweets of his resurfaced where the left-wing director made jokes about rape, child rape, AIDS, Jews, the Holocaust, and Mexicans.
Netflix partners with Sirius XM on new comedy channel, ‘Netflix Is A Joke’
For the first time, Netflix is making its content available to another subscription media service. The company announced today it will bring segments from its popular stand-up specials, plus other
Instagram Removes 'Babylon Bee' Founder's Cartoon Post for 'Hate Speech'
Instagram removed a cartoon posted by Babylon Bee founder Adam Ford for "hate speech," Wednesday.
Meghan McCain Slams Trump's Transgender Military Ban: 'Un-American and Dangerous'
The View's Meghan McCain on Wednesday blasted President Donald Trump’s transgender military ban, describing it as “an unfair, un-American, and dangerous policy.”
New York Times: 'The Border Is Broken'...And Trump Gets the Blame
The New York Times' lead story on Wednesday admitted, "The Border Is Broken" – but it then tries to blame President Donald Trump and his voters for the decisions by hundreds of thousands of foreigners
Maddow: AG Barr's Refusal to Hand Over Unredacted Mueller Report Could Force Impeachment Inquiry
Tuesday at the top of her primetime MSNBC program, host Rachel Maddow argued that legal maneuvering by Attorney General William Barr not to offer Congress an unredacted copy of the Mueller Report
Geoffrey Rush wins at least $850,000 in defamation trial against News Corp's Daily Telegraph – live
Justice Michael Wigney hands down his verdict after actor sued Sydney’s Daily Telegraph over allegations of sexual harassment. Follow all today’s developments• The background to the Geoffrey Rush case
Assange arrest: Trump claims to 'know nothing about WikiLeaks' despite past praise – live
The US president says WikiLeaks is ‘not my thing’, despite frequently applauding the organization during 2016 campaignKey dates in the WikiLeaks founder’s caseThe Guardian view on Assange and
William Barr Confirms Breitbart News, Mark Levin on Obama Administration 'Spying' on Trump Campaign
As Mark Levin and Breitbart News noted in 2017, there was clearly an attempt to conduct surveillance -- "spying" -- on the Trump campaign.
U.S. Extradites Julian Assange for 'Conspiracy with Chelsea Manning in 2010'
British police have further arrested WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange on behalf of United States authorities under an extradition request, according to the U.K's Metropolitan Police.
India’s Reliance Jio launches low-cost JioNews app with magazines and TV news channels
India's Reliance Jio has JioNews, a news service that bundles hundreds of magazines and more than 150 TV news channels. Oh, and it costs next to nothing.
Tucker Carlson on AG Barr's Claim: 'This Is All Spying -- There’s No Other Word for It'
Wednesday on Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” host Tucker Carlson dismissed the media’s rejection of Attorney General William Barr’s statement the Obama administration spied on the 2016