President Joe Biden’s team told selected reporters Friday they would not try to rush more refugees into American communities in 2021.
In his final letter to shareholders as Amazon CEO, Jeff Bezos stated that the e-commerce giant must “do a better job for our employees,” following recent reports of poor working conditions at the company.
In a recent article, the Wall Street Journal outlines how tech giant Amazon uses its immense monopoly power to convince vendors in one market to interact with Amazon services in others.
Tech giant Google could be facing major fines after the Australian Federal Court found that the Masters of the Universe misled Australian smartphone and tablet users about its location data collection.
Patrisse Cullors, a co-founder of Black Lives Matter, told interviewer Marc Lamont Hill on Thursday that there is no contradiction between her radical left-wing politics and owning four homes because she is providing for her extended family.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) said Thursday she disagrees with the group of New York Democrats who sent a letter to House leadership saying they may “vote to oppose” any tax legislation without a full repeal of State and Local Tax (SALT) Cap limitations.
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg repeatedly touted the “equity” aspects of President Joe Biden’s “infrastructure” proposal during a Thursday speech to the National Action Network.
Patrick Pizella and Alfredo Ortiz write in The Hill about the promise for workers’ rights of implied by the decision by Amazon workers in Alabama not to join the Retail Workers and Department Store Union, despite the clear wishes of progressives:
A group of House Republicans is urging the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee to include border wall construction at the United States-Mexico border in any infrastructure package.
President Joe Biden’s half-open, half-closed border is creating chaos south of the border — and is pulverizing his support among Latino and independents voters north of the border.
James O’Keefe, the founder of the investigative journalism organization Project Veritas, has been permanently blacklisted by Twitter, just as his organization releases bombshell undercover footage showing senior CNN employees admitting to using “propaganda.” @Project_Veritas, the organization’s official account, has also been suspended.
President Joe Biden’s White House continued using largely debunked reports of Russia paying bounties to the Taliban on Thursday to defend new sanctions on Russia.
In a recent report, the Washington Post outlines how the FBI turned to a small Australian firm for help after Apple refused to unlock the San Bernardino terrorist’s iPhone.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is reportedly under pressure from an international coalition of 35 children’s and consumer groups to drop plans for a version of Instagram aimed towards children under 13.
Democrats received 53 percent of 2020’s political fundraising, much of which was donated from “woke” corporations that oppose election integrity efforts in many states.
Facebook-owned social media platform Instagram has apologized after a “mistake” in its algorithm suggested diet content to users with eating disorders.
French economist Jacques Sapir has said that immigration is becoming increasingly costly to the French government’s budget, despite some positive effects on economic growth.
A group of House and Senate Democrats is urging President Joe Biden to include amnesty for millions of illegal aliens in an infrastructure package as nearly 17 million Americans remain jobless.
Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (R-WV) has countered President Joe Biden’s infrastructure proposal, on which Biden said he is ready to negotiate.
Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL), running for the United States Senate, says “Joe Biden’s America” includes stimulus checks for illegal aliens as American veterans struggle to get their benefits.
President Joe Biden’s deputies have awarded contracts worth up to $1.6 billion dollars to help foreign children and teenagers settle in the United States.
The Rebel News, a leading source of conservative news and commentary in Canada, was suspended for one week on Google-owned YouTube, its primary platform, over a three-month-old video about social media censorship of President Donald Trump.
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said in an interview published Wednesday that “a lot” of President Joe Biden’s “infrastructure” spending plan “revolves around our energy infrastructure and our vehicle electrification future.”
Facebook is calling for more regulation of the tech industry, including a vague call for “more transparent” content moderation and accountability for hosting illegal content, but makes scant mention of regulation to prevent censorship and political interference by the Silicon Valley giants themselves.
According to a recent report from Bloomberg, the market price of non-fungible tokens (NFTs), which rose to popularity in recent months, is now crashing. The market for NFTs is reportedly down almost 70 percent from its February peak.
According to a recent report, major companies such as Exxon and Comcast are using Facebook’s targeted ads to serve drastically different messages to users based on their political leanings. Energy giant ExxonMobil for example ran 18 ads aimed at leftists promoting environmental causes and 15 ads aimed at conservatives decrying environmental regulation.
Google is continuing to face strong criticism from the AI research community following the firing of two of the company’s top AI ethics researchers.