The Facebook oversight board, commonly known as the “Facebook supreme court,” which was established by the social network as a quasi-independent body to hear appeals on Facebook’s decision to censor or ban content, has now been empowered to demand more censorship from Mark Zuckerberg’s platform.
“Young Turks” host Ana Kasparian blasted Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg Monday after he admitted to fudging job increases he claimed would come from President Joe Biden’s “infrastructure” proposal.
The high demand for microchips spurred by the coronavirus is affecting the manufacturing supply chain, including automobile production.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) slammed the Democrats on the Senate floor Tuesday for an “Orwellian campaign” that seeks to relabel many progressive policies as “infrastructure.”
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger is calling for the United States to spend billions of dollars over the next few years on a “moonshot” project aimed at boosting America’s role in chipmaking.
Ford, General Motors, and 30 other Michigan companies are denouncing voting bills introduced by the Michigan state Senate.
Recent reports claim that the user data of 1.3 million Clubhouse app users have been posted to hacker forums, but Clubhouse CEO Paul Davidson alleges that the app was not hacked and this information is publicly available.
Tech giant Apple is reportedly building a new Apple TV device with a built-in camera and speaker that will face the user.
Microsoft has announced that it will buy Nuance Communications in a deal worth $19 billion including debt. Nuance’s AI speech recognition technology is expected to be used to boost the software giant’s healthcare cloud products.
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. consumer prices increased a sharp 0.6% in March, the biggest uptick since 2012, while inflation over the past year jumped 2.6%. The big gains had been anticipated and are largely expected to be a temporary blip rather than a reawakening of long dormant inflation.
President Joe Biden’s pro-migration border rules are separating many more migrant children from their parents than were separated by President Donald Trump’s anti-migration policy, according to media reports and statements from migration advocates.
The pub industry has seen a rapid decline over the past year of lockdowns, with some 2,500 pubs shutting down for good in 2020.
California’s ArcLight and Pacific Theaters to close for good.
President Joe Biden failed to offer any short-term solutions to the semiconductor shortage in the United States, choosing instead to promote his multi-trillion-dollar spending plan on Monday. Biden joined a White House video conference meeting Monday afternoon with his advisers
A survey released Monday of CEO members of the Business Roundtable found 98 percent said proposed tax hikes would have a “significant adverse effect” on their ability to compete.
The $15,600 funds could be given to some 290,000 illegal aliens totaling $2.1 billion in taxpayer-funded benefits due to job loss during the Chinese coronavirus pandemic. The fund is a part of a $212 billion deal agreed upon Tuesday by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D).
Chinese regulators hit e-commerce giant Alibaba with a staggering $2.78 billion fine for alleged antitrust violations Saturday, seizing about four percent of the company’s annual revenue with the largest corporate penalty the Chinese government has ever assessed.
Egypt is refusing to release the container ship Ever Given, which blocked billions of dollars in trade from passing through the Suez Canal from March 23-29, until the ship’s owners and insurers compensate the Egyptian government for losses incurred from the incident.
An interesting trend is emerging in American politics whereby Democrats are emerging as the party of financial corruption as Republicans find fundraising success sans corporate dollars. The tectonic political shift could prove significant in the long-run leading into the 2022 congressional midterm elections, and beyond.
The Republican Study Committee has posted talking points for GOP legislators to help them focus public opposition against the mass migration caused by pro-migration zealots in President Joe Biden’s administration.
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) introduced the “No Bailouts for Illegal Aliens Act” Monday which will make states sending money to illegal aliens ineligible for federal funds.
The Senate Republican Conference released a memorandum outlining President Joe Biden’s partisan “infrastructure” wish list that will destroy the job market.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) defended President Biden’s $2 billion American Jobs Plan on Monday, seemingly defending the price tag by concluding the “most expensive maintenance is no maintenance.”
Fashion and music mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs faced accusations of hypocrisy from fans after he sounded off on corporate America for not making more substantial investments in the black community.
Officials erected a chain-link fence around a restaurant in Burbank, California, on Saturday because it has repeatedly refused to stop serving customers during the coronavirus pandemic.
Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) has revealed legislation that would strengthen United States antitrust laws, in what the populist senator calls a return to the Republican party’s history of trust-busting.
A plurality of Americans believe raising the minimum wage would help the economy, but less than one-third believe it should be raised to $15 or more — the figure Democrats consistently push — a Rasmussen Reports survey released Monday showed.