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

Uber Thins Out the Competition by Buying Delivery Service Postmates

Ridesharing giant Uber is reportedly set to purchase the fourth-largest food delivery service, Postmates, for $2.65 billion in stock.

Schools face tough road to fall opening

Just weeks before fall classes are scheduled to begin, school districts across the country are racing to implement new measures meant to prot

Atlantic Coast Pipeline cancelation an economic bust for West Virginia, Virginia, and North Carolina

Energy companies have canceled the multibillion dollar Atlantic Coast Pipeline plan.

Atlanta Mayor Orders Protesters to ‘Clear Out’ After 8-Year-Old Girl Fatally Shot

The mayor of Atlanta is forcing protesters to “clear out” after a violent night that included a dozen shootings citywide and the death of an

Trump weighs executive orders on China, manufacturing, immigration, aide says

U.S. President Donald Trump is considering several executive orders targeting China, manufacturing and immigration.

Statue of Frederick Douglass Torn Down in Rochester

A statue of abolitionist legend Frederick Douglass was torn down overnight over the Fourth of July holiday in Rochester, New York.

Can the 'Spirit of 1776' heal our nation in 2020?

The document that we celebrate on July 4 established liberty, equality, consent of the governed, and independence from tyranny as foundationa

WHO Quietly Changes COVID Timeline following Republican Questioning

The World Health Organization quietly changed its timeline of the coronavirus pandemic’s first days.

California Bans Singing in Church

The State of California has banned singing in any indoor religious services.

CEO’s of Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Google to Testify at House Antitrust Probe

The CEOs of major tech giants including Amazon, Apple, Google, and Facebook have reportedly agreed to testify before the House Judiciary Comm

Sen. Cruz Among 141 Political Leaders Pledging To Keep US A Dominant Natural Gas Producer

Sen. Ted Cruz is among 141 political leaders in a pledge to keep the United States’s energy industry dominant.

Are we being set up for another stunning Trump win?

With five months until the election, things couldn’t look any worse for the president of the United States.

Private Payrolls Estimated To Rise by 2.37 Million in June, May Revised Up By 5.2 Million

U.S. private payrolls increased by 2.369 million in June, the ADP National Employment Report showed on Wednesday.

Stocks open up on ADP jobs report

Stock markets rose on Wednesday after ADP reported an increase in jobs for June.

Fauci says whether schools reopen in fall depends on location, 'dynamics' of virus outbreak

Dr. Anthony Fauci told Congress that students returning to school still depends on several factors, particularly how the coronavirus pandemic

China approves Hong Kong national security law

China's legislature on Monday passed a controversial national security law critics say further strips Hong Kong of its autonomy from Beijing.