Trump Keeps Suing Newspapers Over Opinions He Doesn't Like
This time it's about a pair of op-eds from last summer.
The New York Times
Trump's Going After the New York Times With the Lawyer Who Destroyed Gawker Media
“There is extensive evidence that 'The Times' is extremely biased against the campaign, and against Republicans in general,” the complaint argues.
Trump Is on a Pardoning Spree
Former Gov. Rod Blagojevich, junk-bond financier Michael Milken, former 49ers owner Edward DeBartolo Jr. and former NYPD Commissioner Bernard Kerik are getting off easier.
Bernie Got Robbed in Iowa, and It Could Throw Fuel on His War With the Democrats
The Iowa caucus fiasco just re-ignited the defining narrative of the Democratic Party.
And the Biggest Loser of the Iowa Caucus Is ...
Anti-Vaxxers Are Back on Instagram Thanks in Part to #MAGA
Anti-vaxx accounts are piggybacking on political hashtags like Joe Biden's #nomalarkey.
Why Brazil's Charges Against Glenn Greenwald Are an 'Absolute Red Alert'
It's a sign that democratically elected governments are growing more comfortable cracking down on journalists for publishing information originally obtained illegally, even if it's in the public interest.
The Middle East Was Already a Powder Keg of Misinformation. Trump Just Lit the Match.
Thousands of shady social media accounts have been pumping out a crossfire of propaganda and misinformation across the Middle East.
Trump’s reelection campaign
Trump Is Congratulating Himself in Facebook Ads for Killing Soleimani
"Take the Official Trump Military Survey TODAY to let me know what you think of my leadership as Commander-in-Chief." And then donate.
Trump Just Wrote 14 Tweets Full of Impeachment Feelings
Did Trump just brag on Twitter about ... his hearing?
The Christchurch Terror Attack Video Is Still Spreading on Facebook
The company took down at least 3 million more posts by the end of September.
Al Jazeera to Facebook: Get Your Shit Together on Disinformation
Al Jazeera wants Facebook to crack down on a network of Emirati-backed pages, including "QatariLeaks".