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PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - Republican Secretary of State Bev Clarno alerted Twitter and Facebook to what she said were falsehoods being shared on their platforms and the social media companies say they’ll take steps to stop misinformation. The Oregonian/OregonLive reports election officials, from county clerks to the secretary of state,
When elementary and secondary schools began closing in March due to the coronavirus pandemic, most parents assumed they would reopen in a matter of weeks
"Anybody could be held liable if he threatens to harm or kill a person. What more if the one (who) is threatened is the president of the republic?" the chief of the Presidential Security Group says.
Donald Trump has had it up to HERE with all these doggone rotten social media companies enabling him to reach hundreds of millions of Americans, and you'd better believe he's going to do something about it.
Angered by Twitter's decision to place fact-check flags on two of his recent tweets, Trump signed an executive order Thursday authorizing a review of Section 230 of the U.S. Communications Decency Act.
Named the Fruit Snack Challenge, parents put a snack in front of their children and tell them they have to wait to have some while they leave the room.
The lawsuit alleges race and gender discrimination and that the hair policy infringed upon the constitutional rights of DeAndre Arnold and his cousin, Kaden Bradford.
Authorities in Georgia have arrested a 20-year-old man on terrorism-related charges for allegedly threatening future protests in the shooting death of unarmed black jogger Ahmaud Arbery, officials said. Rashawn Smith was taken into custody in Midway, Georgia, and charged with dissemination of information relating to terroristic acts, the Georgia Bureau of Information said Sunday night
U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday threatened to regulate or shut down social media companies for stifling conservative voices, a day after Twitter attached a warning to some of his tweets prompting readers to fact check the president's claims.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday threatened to shut down social media after Twitter attached a fact-checking feature to some of his tweets. What are the details? In a Wednesday morning tweet, the president insisted that social media is doing its best to try and silence conservative voices on the internet and vowed to shut the operation down if such a practice were to continue.
A high school in Florida's Key West came up with a novel way to honor its graduating seniors this year.