Clearly, what is needed here is more digital gatekeeping.
Supporters of WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange have spontaneously created several petitions on Change.org requesting that President-elect Donald Trump pardon the freedom of information activist. Supporters say Assange and WikiLeaks proved instrumental to Trump's victory, exposing the corruption of the Clinton campaign.
The plan (below) outlines three main areas of focus: cleaning up Washington, including by imposing term limits on Congress; protecting American workers; and restoring rule of law. He also laid out his plan for working with Congress to introduce 10 pieces of legislation that would repeal Obamacare, fund the construction of a wall at the Southern border (with a provision that Mexico would reimburse the U.S.), encourage infrastructure investment, rebuild military bases, promote school choice and more.
The reputation of CNN’s election coverage continues to crumble in the wake of revelations that one of its reporters staged an interview with an ‘angry Hillary Clinton supporter’ who is actually a former employee of the network.
In an email to his staff, Matt Maloney, the CEO of the popular food delivery service GrubHub, appeared to ask Trump supporters on his staff to resign immediately, because “We do not tolerate hateful attitudes on our team.”
The White House opened the door on Wednesday to a pardon for Hillary Clinton for crimes she may have committed in connection with her secret server. Press Secretary Josh Earnest deflected a question about President-elect Donald Trump’s intent to appoint a special prosecutor to review Clinton’s emails by saying that the White House doesn’t announce pardons before they’re doled out.
The U.S. Army has released footage showing soldiers zapping a drone using an anti-drone weapon during training.
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Major media pollsters and pundit forecasters wrongly called the presidential election for Hillary Clinton, had her winning states that Donald Trump actually captured and wrongly predicted Democratic victories in the Senate.
ABC News analyst Nate Silver, 38, the national polling guru who runs the website FiveThirtyEight.com and who confidently predicted a Clinton victory, said, “It’s the most shocking political development of my lifetime.”
Speaking to US media group National Public Radio on Thursday – just after Mr Trump’s seismic victory in the US general election – Bouthaina Shaaban said any collaboration on Syria’s almost six-year-long civil war will depend on “whether Mr Trump’s policies meet expectations.”
“I think the American people have sent a great, a very important message to the world,” she added.
No experience necessary. You simply need to care about defeating Trump
and electing Hillary Clinton for President and Katie McGinty for
"Tell me I'm sleeping and this is a terrible nightmare!" a shocked Daria Kaleniuk, executive director of the Kyiv-based NGO Anticorruption Action Center, wrote on Facebook on November 9.
Donna Brazile, the interim chair of the Democratic National Committee, is not only refusing to apologize for giving debate questions to candidate Hillary Clinton. She’s also saying she would do it again if given the opportunity.
According to a report from the German television channel NDR, Web of Trust, one of the top privacy and security extensions out there, collects and sells a bunch of data about your browsing habits and doesn’t anonymize it properly.
An iconic physics experiment used to demonstrate the strange properties of the quantum world is now even stranger than we thought, and not only could it force us to rethink some fundamental aspects of quantum mechanics - it could be the key to finally unifying the two biggest theories of modern physics.
SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket relies on a combination of liquid oxygen and rocket-grade kerosene propellant, which has less mass than conventional rocket fuel. This lets them pack more fuel into their rockets, and to be able to place larger payloads into orbit. However, this method requires that the rocket be immediately fueled before launch so that the fuel does not have time to warm up and expand.
The U2 frontman has become the magazine’s first 'Man of the Year’ for his humanitarian work including the Poverty Is Sexist campaign which aims to relieve the poverty which discriminates against women on a global scale.
Yes, those are actual words from Lena Dunham. No, feminists – you know, those people who supposedly fight for female and male rights – aren’t freaking out about it. Why? Because Lena Dunham has taken advantage of the well-known ethical loophole that grants liberals the right to say psychopathic things about straight white men.
It’s been a difficult week for parents Temia Hairston and Michael Grace Sr. Their son, Michael Grace Jr., was shot and killed during an attempted robbery early Sunday morning.
Finnish businesses have expedited their investment plans in Russia as a result of the economic sanctions imposed by the European Union and the subsequent attempts of Russia to adapt to them with a so-called import substitution programme, reports Talouselämä.
A brief scare Saturday night disrupted Trump's rally in Reno, Nevada, when Secret Service agents suddenly hustled the Republican nominee off the stage. The agency later said that someone near the stage had shouted "Gun!" but that a subsequent apprehension of a man and search revealed no weapon. Trump returned a few minutes later to resume his remarks and declared "We will never be stopped."
astronomers have shown that it's since been stripped and left nearly naked, hurtling through the Universe at 2,000 kilometres a second
Researchers have identified mutations in Ebola virus that emerged during the 2013-2016
Ebola virus epidemic in West Africa that increased the ability of the virus to infect human cells
U.S. military hackers have penetrated Russia's electric grid, telecommunications networks and the Kremlin's command systems, making them vulnerable to attack by secret American cyber weapons should the U.S. deem it necessary, according to a senior intelligence official and top-secret documents reviewed by NBC News.
Hollande was already hovering around 11 percent approval before a bombshell book was published titled “A President Shouldn’t Say That.” The book quoted Hollande disparaging France’s judicial system as “a cowardly institution” and insulting the national soccer team. His comments may be the nail in the coffin of his decision to run for reelection, as former French President Nicholas Sarkozy mounts his own bid for the presidency.
"Like with a cloth or something?"