As election results came in last Tuesday night, ProPublica started seeing a big increase in donations. In the first days after Donald Trump was elected, ProPublica’s donations were “running at about 10 times the rate that we’re used to,” said president Richard Tofel. Last Thursday, ProPublica sent out a request for donations. Then, on Sunday...
In August, for about two weeks, there was a storyline that Donald Trump was going to “soften” his stance on immigration. A long, long runway was set up by many in the media, gobbling up the thought that Trump was going to become a bit more normal. Show More Summary
Entering the gates of hell, where there's no wifi and no shows—aka, Grandma's. For Comcast's Xfinity brand, 72andSunny tore a page out of Jimmy Kimmel's mean tweets playbook. "Hooking Up Grandma's House," which launches today, kicksShow More Summary
Another blazing bit of U.S. politics framing from Germany's leading news magazine.
I have never seen an election that has upset more people that I know. Mainly because most of them are convinced that President-elect Donald Trump is a screwball. A nut. Peggy Noonan, the terrific writer, columnist, journalist and political historian,...
I woke up this morning and started reading my Facebook news feed. It was filled with emotional outcries and bewilderment that Donald Trump is our next President. Many of you are shocked at how this could have happened. So I'm gonna take a second to explain it to you. Show More Summary
British mall owner Intu pulls some serious strings to deliver seasonal cheer in one of the most striking and delightful holiday ads of the year so far. Created by London-based agency Now, a 45-second spot shows a flighty group of "customers" flocking into the aisles. Show More Summary
Lead-up to Saturday's UFC 205 title bout at Madison Square Garden has officially begun.
This afternoon, Instagram is sending many of its 100 million U.S. users a reminder to go vote. The mobile app announced today that it built the feature over the weekend, and it's reaching people who allow push notifications on theirShow More Summary
In the final throes of the 2016 campaign, YouTube influencers are changing the way politicos now approach last-minute messaging. In the hopes of coming across as more relatable for younger audiences, Congressional Leadership Fund, aShow More Summary
Johnnie Walker, the whisky brand that famously traversed the world, makes stops in American cities like Los Angeles, Santa Fe, New Orleans and Washington, D.C., in its latest campaign from Anomaly, timed to Election Day. Themed "Keep...Show More Summary
Why do young people, including girls and women, turn radical and what role does the Internet play in their radicalization? Lebanese sociologist Mona Fayyad said students of violence mechanisms should consider ties between the environment...Show More Summary
Within the last few years, we've seen the TV and advertising industries devolve into a state of bedlam. The ensuing conundrum of how you reach consumers when none of them is even remotely interested in watching your commercials has certainly made a few ad executives reevaluate their career choices. Show More Summary
U.K. pop star drops new album and his clothes.
We are sharing a video that features words of encouragement from Ira Glass.
I have fought the urge to let this one go, but with the presidential race as tight as it is, I thought the public deserved to hear the perspective of someone who has actually met Donald Trump, as most of us will never get that particular pleasure. Show More Summary
They live in California, Nevada, and Ohio. They are mothers, doctors, waitresses, business owners, married, single, straight, gay, trans--but they all wanted to say the same thing. The song, "You Make Me Feel Like (A Natural Woman)"Show More Summary
Contrary to the famous poem inscribed on the Statue of Liberty that calls out to the world, “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,” and setting aside the spirit and ideas of the great Founding Fathers on religious pluralism, the United States has a history of hostility towards immigrant groups. Show More Summary
For three years, The Cannabist, a promising digital project from the struggling Denver Post, has been covering the marijuana industry in Colorado, where marijuana for recreational use has been legal since 2012. In August the site attracted 885,000 unique visitors, making up more than 13 percent of the Post’s digital traffic. The development of the...
People tend to think the world of data capture—as it pertains to their online activity—is limited to web clicks. It is not at all, and Ubisoft wants you to understand that as the gaming company promotes its new hacker-themed video game called Watch Dogs 2, which is due out Nov. Show More Summary