A group of conservative leaders has called on the Silicon Valley Masters of the Universe to cut ties with the SPLC.
Students at George Mason University say that Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, who is a visiting professor this summer at George Mason’s law school, poses a threat to their “mental health.”
Christian students at Taylor University in Indiana are up in arms over Mike Pence’s scheduled commencement address that will take place in May.
The popular genealogy company was loudly criticized for an ad that many saw as romanticizing the horror of slavery.
NEW YORK (AP) — Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande and Leonardo DiCaprio have joined rapper-comedian Lil Dicky on a new song and video aimed at bringing awareness to climate change and Earth Day, which is Monday.
Pop star Justin Bieber joined a blacklist campaign against Fox News host Laura Ingraham, calling her jokes about slain rapper Nipsey Hussle “absolutely disgusting.”
A Swedish journalist who writes for the newspaper Expressen was caught celebrating the tragic fire that engulfed the iconic Notre Dame cathedral in Paris earlier this week.
Social media giant Facebook reportedly “unintentionally” uploaded the email contacts of 1.5 million new users on the site since May 2016.
One case of measles has struck Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, California, adding to the overall increase of measles outbreaks being reported since the beginning of 2019. So far, there have been more reports of measles in the first three months of 2019 than in all of 2018, despite the disease having been officially eradicated in the United States in 2000.
Conservative journalist Laura Loomer has reportedly filed a lawsuit against Twitter and CAIR over her 2018 blacklisting from the social network.
A former student at The College of Saint Rose in Albany, New York, destroyed nearly $60,000 worth of computers with a USB device that instantly kills computers.
E-commerce giant Amazon reportedly plans to close its domestic marketplace to Chinese consumers by mid-July due to Chinese companies dominating the market. Jeff Bezos’ company will continue to sell goods from other countries in China.
Qualcomm Inc., the U.S. company that makes the chips used in many popular smartphone models, has decided to terminate a joint venture with the government of China’s Guizhou province. The company established by this venture in 2016, Huaxintong Semiconductor Technologies (HXT), will reportedly cease operations by April 30.
Surviving in the sun can be a real struggle for football fans in Florida. However, that struggle has not gone unnoticed by the upper management of the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Morrie Tobin, a California financier, provided federal prosecutors with the tip that launched the college admissions scam investigation.
Social media giant Facebook is reportedly developing its own voice assistant to compete with Amazon’s Alexa, Apple’s Siri, and Google Assistant.
Pop megastar Beyoncé is planning to release the audio from her feminist, Pro-Black Lives Matter film Lemonade on all streaming services this month.
Google employees target colleague over post discussing hostile working conditions.
Middlebury College canceled a lecture this week by Polish philosopher and politician Ryszard Legutko after students criticized his beliefs on feminism and homosexuality.
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai recommended on Wednesday that China Mobile should not be allowed to operate in the United States because the Chinese telecom giant poses “substantial and serious national security and law enforcement risks.”
Special counsel Robert Mueller’s report states WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange preferred a Republican win over Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election, calling the former Secretary of State a “sociopath” who would start more wars.
A conservative student from Park City High School in Utah is speaking out after a fellow student released bear spray inside the school’s lecture hall ahead of a Turning Point USA event. The incident resulted in nearly twenty students and staff members being treated by medical professionals, and one person hospitalized.
President Donald Trump shared a “Game of Thrones” meme on Thursday, sending a message to Democrats continuing to obsess about the report issued by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey discussed his lifestyle habits in a recent podcast interview, in which the billionaire divulged subjecting himself to starting every morning with an ice bath, eating one meal per day, and fasting on weekends.
Wired Magazine recently published a report detailing more a year of internal turmoil at Facebook, much of which started with condemnation by George Soros, who used Breitbart News’ term for Silicon Valley’s big tech giants, the “Masters of the Universe,” as he announced, “their days are numbered.”
Microsoft has reportedly refused to provide California law enforcement with access to its facial recognition technology for use in police body cameras and cars.
Social media website Twitter has reportedly severed ties with the left-wing Southern Poverty Law Center which previously operated as one of the site’s “safety partners.”