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The former model says Bill Cosby drugged her then assaulted her in a hotel room in Lake Tahoe, but his defense team suggests she is making it up.
The scandal over how Facebook let a consulting firm gain access to user information is ushering in a new era for privacy experts, whose warnings about online privacy have long gone unheeded.
In two days on Capitol Hill, the Facebook chief promised numerous lawmakers that he would get back to them with answers to their questions. We counted up that workload.
The newspaper took the unusual step of using its pages to publicly excoriate its out-of-town owner on Sunday. The civic group wants to return the paper to local ownership.
The company best known for its television networks launches ESPN+, which it hopes can capture the next generation of sports fans.
A federal inquiry is examining the relationship between a tabloid company, President Trump and his lawyer Michael D. Cohen, whose office was raided by the F.B.I.
Using a tool that Facebook offers its users, our columnist found out more than he wanted to know about the social network, the ad industry and himself.
The disclosure to People magazine marks one of the first instances in which a celebrity of Ms. Carey’s stature has acknowledged mental health issues.
Jonah Bromwich, a breaking news reporter at The Times, uses an arsenal of social media tools to catch the latest tweets, posts and comments and to discern their patterns.
The European Commission searched the London offices of Fox Networks Group as part of an antitrust investigation into the distribution of sports programming.
We fact checked what Facebook’s chief executive is telling lawmakers in congressional hearings about the social network’s responsibilities to users and more.
The social network revealed that the harvesting of people’s Facebook data was not limited to public profile information.
In a new study, researchers single out a blog run by a Canadian zoologist as a primary source of dubious information about the status of polar bears.
In an aggressive attack on the credibility of Andrea Constand, Mr. Cosby’s lead lawyer portrayed her as a willful, greedy woman seeking a payday.
More than 20 organizations are joining forces to file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission.
A rumor that Anna Wintour was leaving Vogue spread like wildfire. Condé Nast says it’s not true. But what would that look like and why all the chatter?
John Krasinski’s “A Quiet Place” collected $50 million over the weekend, twice the amount expected. “Ready Player One” was second and “Blockers” third.
Facing the loss of more than two dozen newsroom jobs, the beleaguered newspaper is printing an editorial blasting Alden Global Capital: “We call for action.”
The president found friendly airwaves on WABC-AM’s “Bernie & Sid in the Morning,” where he said he would shun the gala for the second straight year.
More than a month after the network pulled a charged episode of his show, the producer is looking to leave for Netflix, people familiar with negotiations said.