Month: May 2021

Marie Yovanovitch testifies as part of the impeachment inquiry into then-president Donald Trump in Washington, D.C., November 15, 2019. (Jonathan Ernst/ Reuters) Manhattan federal prosecutors sought evidence relating to former ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch, as well as communications between Rudy Giuliani and a number of Ukrainian officials, in a raid on Giuliani’s apartment on
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The publisher of the Eternal World Television Network tore into President Joe Biden Friday over the new president’s “complete opposition to fundamental Church teaching.”  Michael P. Warsaw warned that “there is an additional hazard associated with Joe Biden’s propensity for promoting radical agendas from behind a benign mask of genial faith.”  “One major reason Biden
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A third-party fact-checker on Instagram labeled a quote from Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) on racism in America as “missing context.” The post that was flagged came from Turning Point USA’s account. The fact-checker Science Feedback bizarrely warned users to “encourage the general public to wear face masks to reduce the COVID-19 transmission.” It added how “the same
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Employees of Basecamp, a popular software company, quit en masse on Friday after a ban on “societal and political” discussions. The exodus came after a heated debate at the company about their inclusive policies. The original disagreement arose over a list of Basecamp customers with “funny names.” Some employees complained that the names were either
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Former President Donald Trump mocked the popular social media platform Twitter Friday after the company’s stock plummeted by more than 15% on Thursday. Trump, who was famously permanently suspended from Twitter after the U.S. Capitol rioting, released a statement blaming the collapse of their stock on their shutting down some accounts. “Twitter stock ‘plunged’ as
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