CrossFit criticized Facebook’s arbitrary censorship practices in a Thursday statement, announcing that the company “will no longer support or use Facebook’s services until further notice.” CrossFit will also stop using Facebooks Instagram and WhatsApp platforms.
Mark Zuckerberg’s social media giant Facebook reportedly plans to release its own cryptocurrency in 2020 called “GlobalCoin.”
Portland State University has rejected a proposal that would have created a class on “Conservative Political Thought.” According to Portland State, the class “did not support the University commitment to access and inclusion.”
Anti-Trump twins Brian and Ed Krassenstein, who have made a name for themselves online by trolling President Donald Trump with a constant barrage of tweets, have been banned from Twitter over allegations of operating “multiple fake accounts.”
A recent report claims that electric car manufacturer Tesla’s new cost-cutting measures include no longer ordering toilet paper for the company’s facilities. Some employees are reportedly bringing their own toilet paper to work with them.
A former Delaware State University professor has lost a wrongful termination lawsuit in which he claimed that he was fired for being “too black.”
A former Ph.D. candidate at Purdue University claims that he was forced out of the program for his Christian faith.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro announced on Thursday his regime would invest “immediately” into Chinese telecommunications giants Huawei and ZTE to bring a 4G wireless network to the country, which is suffering chronic shortages of food, medicine, electricity, and gasoline under his rule.
Rotten Tomatoes announced this week that is taking a series of steps in what the company says will help verify that users, and not online trolls, are posting ratings and reviews of a movie they have actually seen.
The Department of Justice on Thursday filed new charges against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, stating that the longtime transparency activist put the U.S. at risk of “serious harm” by releasing secret and classified government documents, the agency announced.
He was drawing the interest of multiple college programs and his future looked promising, but a dispute over the result of a video game tragically robbed a Florida high school football player of what could have been.
Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas, who previously claimed that Tesla had vast long-term growth potential, has now described the firm as a “distressed-credit and restructuring” story in a call with investors.
In a recent CNN interview, Twitter co-founder Ev Williams defended the social network by claiming that Fox News is “more destructive” than Twitter ever could be.
E-commerce giant Amazon is reportedly developing a new voice-activated wearable device that can detect human emotions from the sound of your voice.
Amazon shareholders recently rejected a proposal which called for more diversity of thought on the company’s board and further representation of conservative viewpoints throughout Jeff Bezos’ e-commerce giant.
A professor at Antioch University in California argued this month that Game of Thrones encourages its audience to embrace white supremacy.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) announced this week that he plans to investigate Yale University for alleged discrimination against Christians.
A Yale women’s studies professor argued that a TIME magazine photo of Pete Buttigieg and his husband is marked by its “heterosexuality.”
Mark Levin described Silicon Valley’s dominant “progressive” ideology as hostile to America’s Declaration of Independence and Constitution.
Carl Benjamin, the YouTube star and UKIP candidate in the upcoming European Parliamentary Elections in Britain sat down for an exclusive interview with Breitbart News, discussing Brexit, feminism, and social media censorship.
Reps. Mark Meadows (R-NC) and Jim Jordan (R-OH) grilled a Twitter executive Wednesday over Twitter’s shadowbanning policy. Meadows said that Congress might have to use “extreme measures” to solve big tech censorship.
Carl Benjamin, the YouTube star and UKIP candidate in the upcoming European Parliamentary Elections in Britain sat down for an exclusive interview with Breitbart News.
The speaker of Parliament in Zimbabwe, Jacob Mudenda, announced on Tuesday that members were henceforth banned from tweeting when the House was in session.
The leader of a British political party and a candidate in tomorrow’s European elections are both included on Facebook’s list of potential “Hate Agents,” Breitbart News can exclusively reveal.
Following the U.S. placing Chinese tech firm Huawei on an “entity list,” Chinese consumers are considering a boycott of U.S. tech giant Apple.
Following a software update to Tesla’s autopilot system, Consumer Reports has stated that the new update could create a “potential safety risk for drivers.” Despite Musk’s promise of a fleet of Tesla robotaxis, according to Consumer Reports, autopilots “lagged far behind a human driver’s skill set.”
The residential real estate surrounding Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, California, is now so expensive that many locals have been forced to live in vans and RVs.