Pierce College has been forced to abandon its “free speech zone” policy after losing a lawsuit that was sparked after a student was told he couldn’t hand out copies of the Constitution on campus.
Oxford scholars have ridden to the rescue of the Cambridge scholar who was being hounded by academic leftists for alleged “Wrongthink”.
Kanye West reignited his feud with rap Star Drake in a series of tweets in which he claimed Drake had called trying to threaten him.
Tesla continues to lose executives at a rapid pace with the company’s head of digital product, Parag Vaish, leaving to join a startup at Google’s incubator.
Google works with establishment conservative think tanks that argue against regulating the tech giant, one of which had its pro-Google opinions published in National Review, according to a new report.
Rep. Lamar Smith (R-TX) joined Breitbart News Daily on Thursday to talk about Google CEO Sundar Pichai’s recent hearing in front of the House Judiciary Committee. Smith said that if Google continues on the same course, it will end up “skewing elections.”
A group of professors from Spain published a research paper in November that analyzes the intersection of bestiality and toxic masculinity.
The Associated Press on Thursday reported a group of hackers linked to Iran attacked U.S. officials over the past month in an apparent effort to retaliate for sanctions imposed on Iran by the United States.
Wales’ Cardiff University is reportedly helping police track online “hate speech” with a tool called HateLab.
YouTube’s 2018 “Rewind” video has become the most disliked video on the platform in history, surpassing Justin Bieber’s “Baby” music video in just one week.
The journalists who were hired as “fact-checkers” for Facebook have reportedly “lost trust” in the company, claiming the role is closer to being Facebook’s “propaganda” arm than actual fact-checkers.
A recently leaked internal document reveals how Google has created a deep divide between the treatment of its full-time employees and the temps, vendors, and contractors that make up almost 50 percent of the tech giant’s workforce.
Tech giant Apple has announced plans to build a new campus costing $1 billion in Austin, Texas, as part of its ongoing U.S. expansion. The facility will eventually employ 15,000 workers ranging from engineers to customer support representatives.
Harvard University is buying up vineyards in California’s wine country, reportedly to gain access to the water rights allotted to those properties.
An 11-year-old Delaware boy with the last name of Trump has asked his school to change his name in its records, citing bullying as the reason for his request.
Wired published an article recently giving a unique perspective into what it’s like to work under Tesla CEO Elon Musk from the point of view of a young Tesla engineer, who suffered what one Tesla manager calls an “Elon rage firing.”
U.S. Senator Bill Cassidy (R-LA) was kind of enough to remind everyone that this coming Friday will mark the first anniversary of one of the far-left CNN’s most revealing fake news moments — a fear-mongering headline that declared the “End of the Internet as We Know It” after the FCC repealed the Orwellian-named “Net Neutrality Act.”
Temple University announced this week that it will not punish Professor Marc Lamont Hill for his recent incendiary comments on Israel.
Contents: China recklessly arrests a second Canadian without justification; US blames China for Marriot data breach in plan to create massive database of American citizens; Google CEO Sundar Pichai evades questions about helping China’s military
A supposed “hi-tech robot” displayed at a youth robotics forum on Russian state television turned out to be a man in a suit, reports confirmed Wednesday.
Democrat mega-donor Tom Steyer is testing the waters for a presidential run, posting several job listings on LinkedIn looking for high-level campaign staffers in key early-voting states.
Hollywood celebrities rejoiced and mocked the news of President Donald Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen being sentenced to prison Wednesday, celebrating and wondering when other members of the administration will be jailed. “I hate to kick a man when he’s
Google CEO Sundar Pichai testified on Tuesday before the House Judiciary Committee. Despite testifying under oath, Pichai’s statements were riddled with demonstrable falsehoods. Here are some of Pichai’s biggest whoppers.
Jersey City Police are setting up fake Amazon packages and cameras in an effort to identify and catch the parcel thieves commonly referred to as “porch pirates.”
E-commerce giant Amazon has reportedly fired a number of employees accused of providing independent sellers with inside company information.
In an article, Wednesday, the Verge analyzed Google CEO Sundar Pichai’s comments about Project Dragonfly, Google’s censored Chinese search app project, during his hearing before the House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday.
The State of California may begin taxing text messages if a new proposal from state regulators is approved.