As usual, communities of color are hit hardest by the economic collapse overseen by Trump and his fellow oligarchs
Advertisers flee over the platform's tolerance of hate speech and disinformation. Is Zuckerberg about to cave?
Despite their promises to save the world, tech CEOs never seem to succeed. Why do we keep falling for it?
This potentially troubling conflict of interest was not disclosed to readers of The Hill, a new report reveals
"Although many countries have made some progress, globally the pandemic is actually speeding up"
Trump cares about kissing up to strongmen like Putin and Xi. He didn't know or didn't care about the Taliban bounty
"His prosecution will be pursued even after the end of his term in office," the largely symbolic statement says
Social media platforms are taking a stand against Trump and racism... and that's a very good thing for freedom
California describes the rule as "first-in-the-world" and says that it will begin to take effect in 2024
The LAED Act "[mis]understands how encryption works. You can't create a backdoor just for 'good guys,'" one expert tells Salon
An indefinite lockdown was always unsustainable, but Trump's lack of a plan led to our current predicament
In spite of their false claims that voting by mail invites fraud, neither put a legal address on their registration
A new study on urban foxes could shed light on how widely domesticated animals began their relationship with humans
Bavures de la police en France : la soeur d'AdamaTraoré réclame des actes judiciaires, pas "des discussions dans un salon de thé de l'Elysée".
To counter viral videos of police brutality, police around the US have started ad campaigns on social media sites
Twitter's fact-check lit a match; now, more techies are taking responsibility for enabling Trump's violent rhetoric
Dr. Lance Dodes: As Trump sinks into "paranoid rage," he will likely seek to cancel or overturn 2020 election
Times editors resort to straw-man defenses, then capitulate, after fascist-themed op-ed and internal pushback
The viral video shows two cops shoving a 75-year-old man to the ground. Blood could be seen coming out of his ear
While the retraction doesn't prove the drug's efficacy in treating COVID-19, it is likely to renew the culture war over hydroxychloroquine
“You sound like a big liar!” Giuliani retorted to the former "Celebrity Apprentice" star
If there's a tendency to dismiss demonstrations as chaotic and violent, that may be due to how they're played on TV
"That's how we're going to hit them, because it's a lot of us," Terrence Floyd says "It's a lot of us"
Working journalists have come under sustained attack from police during the last week — and it woke them up
The president's eldest son had shared the fake account's tweets and accused leftists of domestic terrorism
Facebook's workers are furious at how the platform enables Trump's misinformation and propaganda
Amid the chaos and confusion of America's days of rage, our lawless, authoritarian police show their true colors
Richard Hofstadter's famous 1964 diagnosis of America has reached its apotheosis with Donald Trump and the pandemic
An increase in group videoconferencing has given white nationalists leverage to harass and spread hate
Disaster capitalism: Though stock market tumbles have hurt them a bit, billionaires are consolidating their wealth
McEnany has been trying to undermine the process she has chosen in every Florida election she has voted in.
Right-wing conservatives canceled the Dixie Chicks, but the band is back and full of feminist fury
A computational social scientist's study shows Bernie's Twitter followers act pretty much the same as everyone else
Inflection Point talks to Isha Clarke, a 16-year-old working to get the Green New Deal passed
Our most durable ideas about robots don’t come from science, but the imagination of sci-fi pioneer Isaac Asimov
As Dolly Parton says, "They use your mind and they never give you credit." That's never been more true than now
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Greta Thunberg tells Europe that aiming for zero carbon emissions by 2050 is not enough to address climate change
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Jill Wine-Banks, the only woman on the Watergate prosecution team, says Trump is clearly worse than Nixon
Government watchdog CREW revealed that the president racks up the equivalent of two conflicts of interest per day
William Owen gave $8,500 to the Senators Classic Committee, a joint fundraising committee backing Mitch McConnell
Le Salon de l'automobile de Genève, un rendez-vous majeur du secteur, prévu du 5 au 15 mars, a été annulé après que le gouvernement suisse a interdit tous les grands événements en raison du coronavirus.
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A "typical" ride-sharing ride is "about 69 percent more polluting than the trips it replaces," researchers say
A reactionary US Army vet ran thousands of fake Twitter accounts to spread misinformation about the Bolivian coup
“To speak about Thomas Edison as if he is still alive is simply something that is scary,” attorney Maya Wiley says
MLK was "gravely disappointed" with white moderates, whom he believed were responsible for impeding civil rights
Une centaine de personnes ont été interpellées après avoir multiplié les actions contre l'industrie automobile.
Biden keeps saying he opposed the 2003 Iraq invasion. That's a lie. In fact, he was a huge enabler and cheerleader