Idaho House Representative Tammy Nichols spoke to SiriusXM Breitbart News Saturday host Matthew Boyle that Idaho’s state legislators are considering defunding Boise State University after revelations that the school’s new president, Marlene Tromp, is seeking to implement a leftist agenda at the university.
Another set of Tesla-produced residential solar panels have reportedly caught fire on a home in Louisville, Colorado.
Washington (AFP) – Twitter said Friday it shut down thousands of accounts worldwide for spreading misinformation, including some artificially amplifying pro-Saudi messaging as part of a regional propaganda war.
Progressive political elites have decided that in order to save the environment, ordinary citizens must submit to radical lifestyle changes (while those same elites fly around the world on private jets and enrich themselves from trade with China, the world’s biggest polluter).
Stop Child Predators, an organization that works to protect children from sexual predators, has sent a letter to the Judiciary and Commerce Committees of both the House and the Senate asking lawmakers to investigate alleged violations of children’s privacy by the Masters of the Universe.
Twitter has announced that it has suspended another 10,000 accounts from its platform accused of sowing political discord across the globe.
A recent report from BuzzFeed News reveals that while Facebook claims that it helps individuals with opioid addictions, hashtags on the Facebook-owned Instagram platform related to addictions are filled with drug dealers offering their services.
Nevada authorities are reportedly considering taking legal action against Facebook over the “Storm Area 51” event taking place this week that was organized on the social media platform. One event producer said, “Good luck with that. Facebook—I mean you might as well go after the Queen of England.”
A Facebook employee reportedly died by suicide after leaping off the company’s headquarters building in Menlo Park, California, on Thursday.
Although protests against Chick-fil-A have popped up on campuses and in cities around the country this year, the chain has more than doubled its sales in recent years, reaching $10.5 billion in sales and adding 700 new locations.
The Trump administration is calling on the University of North Carolina (UNC) and Duke University to revise their joint Middle Eastern studies program or lose taxpayer funding. According to the Department of Education, the program offers very few, “if any,” programs focused on the historic discrimination against religious minorities in the Middle East, and lacks balance, focusing on the “positive aspects of Islam” while having an “absolute absence” of a similar focus on the positive aspects of Christianity and Judaism.
Student leaders at Canisius College in Buffalo, New York, were required to play a “social justice” themed board game during a training session.
Actor Matthew McConaughey, who was recently promoted to “professor of practice” at the University of Texas at Austin, will earn just $6,000 to teach a film course at the university this fall.
The maturity mismatch in coworking spaces could make losses in commercial realestate much worse in a downturn.
The World Health Organization (WHO) launched a mobile phone app to help contact tracers monitor cases of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), the organization announced this week.
Donald Trump met with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg at the White House. Trump revealed the meeting on Twitter and Facebook after it happened, despite it not being on his public schedule.
Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) challenged Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Thursday to address political censorship on his platforms and open up Facebook to increased competition. Zuckerberg declined.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has unveiled a sweeping climate-change plan that commits the online retailer to meet the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement ten years early.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg admitted a “clear bias” in the way his platform handled the pro-life organization Live Action, according to a report by the group’s founder and president, Lila Rose.
President Trump’s nominee for United States ambassador to the Bahamas pledged to match up to $1 million in donations to assist the Bahamas’ hurricane Dorian relief efforts.
Senator Mike Lee’s (R-UT) green card giveaway for the nation’s biggest tech corporations has been at least temporarily blocked in the U.S. Senate by Sen. David Perdue (R-GA).
Reddit users can turn on a candidate if they feel that they are inauthentic or posting canned pre-written content.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) has signed a controversial bill into law that would reclassify gig workers as employees, potentially disrupting the way numerous Silicon Valley companies including Uber and Lyft do business.
One man has been arrested after a bomb threat at Rochester Community and Technical College in Rochester, Minnesota. The threat was made on Wednesday evening at an event hosted by the pro-life organizations Students for Life of America and 40 Days of Life.
Tech giant Apple is attempting to trademark the term “slofie” to describe the slow-motion selfies that the iPhone 11 is capable of recording.
Facebook-owned social media platform Instagram recently announced that posts promoting weight loss products and cosmetic procedures will soon be hidden from users under 18.
The principal of a Chicago high school has come under fire for writing that the departure of a teacher accused of sexually assaulting a student is “bittersweet.”