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

Orange County Votes to Reopen Schools; Democrats Criticize; Schools Uncertain

Controversy is raging in Orange County, California, after the county’s school board voted overwhelmingly this week to reopen schools.

Judge waives requirement for in-person visit to get abortion pill during pandemic

A federal judge on Monday waived the requirement for an in-person visit to a hospital, clinic or medical office to get an abortion pill durin

Judge approves petition to recall Seattle mayor

A King County Superior Court judge has approved a petition for an election to recall Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan.

Feds spent $1 trillion last month

The federal government shattered the record for the highest monthly spending ever.

Washington Redskins retire team name, logo; no replacement announced

The Washington Redskins had been the organization's moniker since 1933.

Pricey private schools to teach Black Lives Matter classes

Elite private schools are being pressured by Black Lives Matter supporters to include materials on "institutional racism" in curriculum and s

Trump commutes former political adviser Roger Stone's 40-month prison sentence

President Trump on Friday commuted the prison sentence of former political adviser Roger Stone, days before he was to report to a federal pri

What’s In Biden’s Big Economic Plan? Where He May Find Conservative Support (And Where He Definitely Won’t)

Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden unveiled a major plank of his economic agenda Thursday, detailing his plan to revive Am

NBC News sets goal of a workforce that is half minority

NBC Universal’s News Group’s chairman has set a bold goal of having a workforce at NBC News, MSNBC and CNBC that is 50 percent minority.

AOC, Julián Castro Lead Calls to Boycott Goya Foods after CEO Praises Trump

The CEO of Goya Foods, which says it’s the country’s largest Hispanic-owned food company, has landed in hot water with Democrats after praisi

Jim Jordan Sends Letter To Parler CEO Asking Them To Discuss Social Media Alternatives In Congress

Ohio Representative Jim Jordan, the top-ranking GOP member of the House Judiciary Committee, sent letters to the CEOs of Twitter and Parler,

Colorado City to Mandate Face Masks, Violators Face up to a Year in Jail

The city of Englewood, Colo., has issued an emergency order requiring residents to wear a face mask in public, a mandate that grants violator

Jobless claims fall, even as states reimpose restrictions

Initial jobless claims continued to fall last week, even as a slew of states hard-hit with COVID-19 reintroduced restrictions.

Facebook civil rights audit finds 'serious setbacks'

Facebook has made decisions in the last year that signal a "significant setback for civil rights," according to an independent audit of the p

Whitmer Says She Won’t Be ‘Bullied’ into Reopening Michigan Too Soon, Could Reimpose Restrictions

Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer said she could reimpose social-distancing restrictions if cases of the coronavirus continue to rise in the

US Officially Withdraws From World Health Organization

The United States is officially withdrawing from the World Health Organization (WHO) amid lingering doubts about how the United Nations agenc