Last night was a big one for Rudy Giuliani. The former New York City mayor was thanked during Sacha Baron Cohen’s Golden Globes Award speech. Of course, Cohen was being facetious when he called Giuliani a “comedy genius.”
“Fox and Friends” host Brian Kilmeade criticized YouTube after the streaming platform announced it would remove claims disputing President-elect Joe Biden’s victory in the 2020 election.
In 2016, the influence of Big Tech was very beneficial to Republicans. Facebook’s complete refusal to remove any kind of misinformation helped propel Donald Trump to the White House.
The GOP, however, has spent much of the last 4 years slamming social media companies. Donald Trump, himself, has been especially upset about Twitter slapping fact checks on some of his most egregious tweets.
The Senate Intelligence Committee will release a new report this week that has the results of a study of the millions of social media posts provided to Congress detailing Russian efforts to help elect President Donald Trump, according to a Washington Post story Sunday.
On Thursday afternoon, President Obama sat down for live interviews with three well-known YouTube personalities. As is the case with anything this president does these days, there was immediate criticism from the right.
As human beings we all have value, and Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos did not deserve to die. At a fundamental level, #BlackLivesMatter and #NYPDLivesMatter mean the same thing.
A New York state trooper told a driver recording a traffic stop earlier this month that he'd "find a way for the DA's office to arrest you" if the driver posted the video to YouTube.
Angela Box, a third-grade teacher of mostly minority children in Houston, has resigned and will receive three months' pay after she made controversial and bigoted remarks in November about Muslims and President Obama.
A man who was arrested last year by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson uploaded video of the incident to YouTube on Friday. Per the incident report filed at the time, Wilson arrested Ferguson resident Mike Arman for failing to comply with orders.
In a video posted to his YouTube page earlier this week, a male open carry enthusiast went on a profanity-laced tirade against the gun control advocacy group Moms Demand Action regarding their efforts to convince supermarket chain Kroger to ban customers from openly carrying firearms in their stores.
Of course the Americans putting Goebbels's propaganda tactics into practice are Fox News, neo-conservatives, Republicans, and their religious right sycophants, and their big lie is that the greatest threat to this nation is every person who adheres to the Muslim faith.
Ferguson protesters were greeted with taunts and insults from St. Louis Cardinals fans while demonstrating at Busch Stadium Tuesday. In one instance, a fan gave the demonstrators a Nazi salute.
An article posted by the Huffington Post on Sunday evening reveals that Justin Cosma, a Ferguson police officer who arrested two reporters for sitting at a McDonald's in Ferguson, is currently dealing with a civil rights lawsuit due to an incident where he hog-tied a 12-year-old boy.
The 4th annual VidCon kicked off on Thursday in Anaheim, California, and speakers couldn't have been more bullish about the future of online video.
Recently, Maher asked viewers to submit videos detailing why their Representatives deserve to be featured on 'Flip a District.' One was submitted for Duncan Hunter.
Now that the charade of Phil Robertson's pretend suspension is over, homophobes nationwide can rest assured that their "right" to spread hate is preserved and the corporate sponsors of Duck Dynasty will profit handsomely.
Innocent misunderstanding or more? A young Mormon woman says she works for the County Clerk and is only registering Romney voters
In a desperate attempt to blame President Obama for the violence in the Middle East, Sarah Palin claimed that the Innocence of Muslims is a phantom video.