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Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Bill Shine scolded Kaitlan Collins after she asked President Trump about Michael Cohen during an Oval Office photo-op.
The social network said that advertising and user growth slowed in the second quarter, and that efforts to improve privacy would stunt profits further. Its stock price tumbled.
It distracted classrooms all spring and reached 40 million users last month, before most parents and teachers had any idea what it was. We’ll help you catch up.
21st Century Fox and Disney shareholders will meet on Friday to vote on a merger agreement. But the men who struck the deal will send lieutenants in their place.
Smartphone video, now used to document abuses across the globe, has been crucial in telling the outside world about Syria’s war, says Anne Barnard, Beirut bureau chief for The Times.
Two days after footage showed him yelling racial epithets on Mr. Cohen’s series “Who Is America?,” Mr. Spencer has decided to step down from office.
Big tech companies are asking themselves where their responsibilities start and stop. Sorting that out will be complicated and may end up increasing their power.
Facebook gained approval to open a Chinese subsidiary on July 18, according to a Chinese government filing. The social network has been blocked in China for years.
A recently discovered bill of sale from 1811 suggests the famously tart novelist may have attracted interest in high places from the start.
The former “Today” co-host, ousted over sexual misconduct accusations, is seeking payment if he is forced to allow more public access through his ranch to a nearby park.
With most people getting their news from some sort of glowing screen, the thirst for local newsprint is not what it used to be.
What happened when one feminist writer shed her makeup and minis in the name of modesty.
Drake’s “Scorpion,” had the equivalent of 260,000 sales, while Wiz Khalifa’s “Rolling Papers 2” rolled up with the equivalent of 80,000 sales.
Mr. Cohen’s Showtime series, “Who Is America,” has used deception to embarrass G.O.P. figures, similar to the way Mr. O’Keefe’s Project Veritas has targeted liberals.
The Chicago-based media company purchased the New York tabloid less than a year ago. On Monday, it announced major newsroom cutbacks.
Mr. Spencer, a state lawmaker who proposed a bill that could have banned facial veils in public, was duped into an embarrassing appearance in “Who Is America?”
Publishers like DC and Dark Horse Comics are creating their own digital platforms to connect more directly with readers and encourage fan engagement.
The Fox News anchor follows his aggressive interview of the Russian president with a vacation — to St. Petersburg.
Federal authorities believe that American Media Inc. acted more as a political supporter than as a news organization as it helped Michael D. Cohen suppress embarrassing coverage.
A measure in Parliament would fine social networks about $800,000 for posts deemed factually inaccurate. Critics say it could limit freedom of speech online.