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The president, social media users and even employees are accusing tech companies of political bias. How will the companies respond?
Rich McHugh said an order to pull the plug on an investigation of Harvey Weinstein had come from “the very highest levels of NBC.”
President Trump’s charges that Google shows anti-conservative search bias is wrong. But Google may well be biased against minorities and others who lack real-world power.
If he wants to return to doing stand-up in clubs, he probably will be given the go-ahead, according to insiders and producers on the comedy scene.
When a celebrity offends, the act refracts across the culture. Now, we are grasping to figure out what punishment could address that public wound.
Technology has changed the way that movies are made, but not how our chief film critic likes to review them — and he has a low-tech writing method.
The president says the network was “caught in a major lie” and refused to admit the mistake. CNN stands by its story.
Not every shot on your smartphone will be Instagram worthy, but you can often salvage middling snaps with just a few taps. Here are six easy steps.
Responding to criticism that it has favored white male reviewers, the review-aggregation service is trying to make its Tomatometer more diverse.
The president hinted that he would take action against the search giant in his latest attack on a technology company.
In a rare sign of internal dissent, more than 100 employees have formed a group to agitate for better representation of conservative views.
A fatal shooting in Florida on Sunday thrust e-sports, a young and growing industry, into the national spotlight.
Buried within a teaser reel is a pretty significant moment for two beloved “Thrones” characters.
The album is the singer’s third to reach the top of the Billboard 200, bumping Travis Scott to No. 2.
Just before the shots were heard on the live stream, a red laser dot appeared on the chest of one of the players. The police urged residents to stay “many blocks away” from the scene.
Companies like Planters and SunnyD are reintroducing products to younger consumers. Some critics are skeptical, but others say it’s the only way for brands to stay relevant.
A weekly newspaper publisher in Northern California is selling stock to its readers, who hope to save their paper and, some of them believe, democracy.
The company’s driverless-car unit, Waymo, has registered a Shanghai subsidiary — the latest sign of the breadth of its interest in the country. Yet hurdles are plentiful.
Microsoft busted Kremlin-linked hackers who broadened their targets in the United States. And Facebook, YouTube and others found new influence campaigns originating from Russia and Iran.
He has tried everything to book the esteemed L.B.J. biographer. But he keeps saying no. “I’ll stop at nothing,” the late-night host vows.