Russia’s communication watchdog said on Monday it was opening administrative proceedings against Twitter and Facebook for failing to explain how they plan to comply with local data laws, the Interfax news agency reported.
Facebook Inc’s WhatsApp messenger service is globally limiting the number of times a user can forward a message to five, in a bid to fight “misinformation and rumors”, company executives said on Monday.
Cliff Sims, a former communications staff member, portrays a West Wing full of back-stabbing and duplicity under President Trump in “Team of Vipers.”
For people who have done business with the president, the protracted fight over the government shutdown reflects a time-tested playbook.
From the posting of the dossier to the publication of a story now in dispute, BuzzFeed News is learning about the perils of the chase.
A cultural reckoning remains distant as both sides quarrel in courts, college campuses and town squares over Confederate symbols in public spaces.
Hurricane Maria led to a host of new plans to fix island barrios plagued by chronic flooding. A look at the Vietnam neighborhood shows why they may never be achieved.
When Richard Gergel was assigned to the same courtroom as J. Waties Waring, he vowed to ensure that, as Martin Luther King Jr. said, Waring would “long be remembered.”
“The Late Show” lets art respond to the art teacher at a school that bans LGBTQ students and teachers.
The University of Oklahoma is in the midst of a scandal after a video on social media shows a student in blackface and possibly using a racial slur.