ST LOUIS, MO - NOVEMBER 06: Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO) concedes defeat in her bid to keep her U.S. Senate seat during an election-night rally on November 6, 2018 in St. Louis, Missouri. McCaskill lost to Republican challenger Josh Hawley.

Failed Democrat McCaskill Blames Democrats for Senate Loss

Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO), who voted against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, is now placing partial blame for her loss on the way Democrats handled the sexual assault accusations against Kavanaugh during his confirmation process.

In the fourth installment of Project Veritas’ investigative video series into the “Deep State,” two subjects identified as Internal Revenue Service (IRS) officials appear to condone the agency's "unjust treatment" of conservative non-profit organizations and boast of its slack working environment.

Project Veritas: IRS Employee Says ‘Evidence,’ Emails Deleted in Coverup

In the fourth installment of Project Veritas’ investigative video series into the “Deep State,” two subjects identified as Internal Revenue Service (IRS) officials appear to condone the agency’s “unjust treatment” of conservative non-profit organizations — and one seems to affirm allegations that the former IRS commissioner appointed by Barack Obama deleted evidence to cover up that scandal.

Australia will hold an inquiry into the impact of platforms like Google and Facebook on the media industry

Why the Creeps at Twitter Think Google and Facebook Are Creepier

The recent exposé published by Project Veritas included Twitter engineers allegedly detailing the ways they spy on their users, but these engineers claimed they still weren’t as “creepy as Facebook or Google,” — so exactly how creepy are these other Silicon Valley tech tit