Twitter may face a fine of up to $250 million for using phone numbers and emails from its users to target advertising.

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Beirut Explosion Death Toll Skyrockets As Thousands Injured, 300,000+ Left Homeless

At least 100 people have officially been reported to have died in the massive explosion that rocked Beirut yesterday.

Netflix shares sink as company sees growth slowing after coronavirus-driven subscriber surge

Shares in Netflix fell sharply on Friday after the streaming giant reported lower-than-expected second quarter revenue and meager expectation

Isaias clears North Carolina, moves into Virginia, Maryland as hurricane status is downgraded

The storm swept the Atlantic Coast last night, moving from North Carolina to Virginia in about seven hours. It continues to make its way Nort

Paying People Not to Work Is Not an Economic Stimulus

There are now some 5 million unfilled jobs in the United States today—near an all-time high. Paying people not to work is no way to expand ec

U.S. Orders Closure of Chinese Consulate in Houston, Residents Call Fire Department in Response to Burning of Documents

The U.S. on Tuesday ordered the Chinese Consulate in Houston to close within 72 hours, citing “massive illegal spying and influence operation

Chicago Mayor Says She Won’t Allow ‘Trump’s Troops … To Terrorize Our Residents’ As 14 People Are Shot In Amid City’s Gang Violence

Democratic Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot said Tuesday that she will not “allow Trump’s troops” into her city, as 14 more people were shot in g

GOP coronavirus package will provide new stimulus checks and $105B to open schools

Senate Republicans are crafting a new coronavirus aid package.

Biden: ‘I Wish’ Schools Taught More About ‘Islamic Faith’

2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden said Monday that he wishes schools in the U.S. taught more about the Islamic faith.

Florida Teachers Union Sues to Stop School Openings amid Virus Surge

Florida’s largest teachers union sued Governor Ron DeSantis on Monday to overturn an emergency order requiring schools to offer in-person ins

Bernie Sanders Delegates from California Reject Kamala Harris as Running Mate

A group of “progressives” representing a large proportion of delegates won by Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-CA) in California has signed a letter to

Retail and employment data suggest April was a turning point for recovery

News that 1.3 million new workers applied for unemployment benefits for the week ending July 11 was discouraging.

One month after statewide mask mandate, California's daily COVID case average has increased by 162%

The average daily number of coronavirus cases in the state has increased by over 160% after mask mandate.

Purported Internal Screenshots Reveal Twitter Has a ‘Search Blacklist’ and ‘Trends Blacklist’

Twitter has “search blacklist” and “trends blacklist” tags on accounts, according to a purported image of an internal tool used by employees

Netflix shares sink as company sees growth slowing after coronavirus-driven subscriber surge

Shares in Netflix fell sharply on Friday after the streaming giant reported lower-than-expected second quarter revenue and meager expectation

Federal Judges Block Heartbeat Bills in Tennessee and Georgia

Earlier this week, Tennessee governor Bill Lee signed a “heartbeat bill” prohibiting abortion after a fetal heartbeat can be detected, which

Retail sales increased 7.5% in June, beating economists' expectations

Retail sales increased 7.5% in June, the U.S. Census Bureau reported on Thursday.

Massive Twitter Hack Hits Obama, Biden, Bloomberg, Musk, Kanye, Gates, More

The Twitter accounts of some of the world’s most powerful people, including Joe Biden, Barack Obama, and Michael Bloomberg were compromised e

Brad Parscale Out As Trump Campaign Manager. Bill Stepien Takes Over Role

Brad Parscale has been replaced as President Donald Trump’s campaign manager by current deputy campaign manager Bill Stepien.

87 people charged with felonies for protesting Breonna Taylor death at attorney general's home

Nearly 90 protesters were reportedly arrested and charged with felonies after refusing to leave a demonstration against the death of Breonna

Tuberville Defeats Sessions in Alabama GOP Senate Primary, Will Face Incumbent Dem Doug Jones

While it appeared former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions might have had a late surge in his Republican primary runoff contest against for