Facebook's ad-targeting engine allows marketers to target people by a number of political triggers. They could be used by governments, political parties, or others looking to sway opinions or stir up divisions. Business Insider has not...Show More Summary
Democrats are still in denial about money's insidious influence on our politics. The largest corporations and richest people in America – who donated billions of dollars to Republican candidates the House and Senate in the 2106 election – appear on the way to getting what they paid for: a giant tax cut. Show More Summary
Former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill once famously said: “Russia is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma.” Even though Russia has undergone extraordinary political and cultural transformations and successfully embraced...Show More Summary
Caturday is for celebrating this polite little kitty who raises a dainty paw and knocks on their front door to ask to be let back inside: [via LaughingSquid]
BuzzFeed News: “To truly understand how Facebook is responding to its role in the election and the ensuing morass, numerous sources inside and close to the company pointed to its unemotional engineering-driven culture, which they argue is largely guided by [...]
Two months ago, intelligence insiders feared CIA Director Mike Pompeo couldn't "resist the urge to be political." They were right to be concerned.
In “Beyond the Messy Truth,” new on the nonfiction best-seller list, the CNN commentator blames an elitist system for the state of the country.
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Ed Gillespie has been in plenty of tight spots during his three decades in and around politics. A Washington insider well accustomed to the public eye, he's helped sell a military surge in Iraq to a war-weary public, stood up for a doomed U.S. Show More Summary
TUNIS (Reuters) - Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, the most prominent son of the former Libyan leader, is in good health and is following the political situation in Libya from his base inside the country, a Gaddafi family lawyer said on Tuesd...
A little orange and white cat climbed up steps next to the front door, leaned against the wall and very politely knocked. When no one responded, the well mannered feline knocked again, patiently waiting for someone to open up and let her in. via reddit A Well Mannered Pet Rat Politely Wipes His Mouth on...
Writers from across the political spectrum on the continuing rifts inside the Republican Party.
CNN reports: Top White House aides, lawmakers, donors and political consultants are privately asking whether President Donald Trump realizes that losing the House next year could put his presidency in peril. In more than a dozen interviews,...Show More Summary
Business Insider: Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg told Axios’ Mike Allen on Thursday that the company would not have removed the political ads purchased by accounts operating out of Russia if they had been posted by real people rather than fake accounts…. Laura Rosenberger, director of the Alliance … Continue reading ?
“We're going to try really, really hard to make sure the store very is much apart of this community and this area, but our constants will never change,” said co-owner Lissa Muscatine. [ more › ]
On CNN of all places, a host for their Inside Politics show has a few things to say about the relationship between Hollywood pervert Harvey Weinstein and the leaders of the
Communities like NYT Cooking can feel like a safe space in which to vent.
What Your Political Bubble Looks Like... 5:04 Whether you’re in a Red State or a Blue State, there’s no escaping being trapped inside your own bubble. Submitted by: Funny Or Die Regular Keywords: Bubble Political Bubble Red State Blue State Perspective Other Side Right Wing Left Wing Comparison Views: 14
A mix of paranoia and politics has sparked massive tension inside the U.S. government’s media arm. It’s quickly turned chaotic.
Chad Spencer Keller, author of Beyond Avery Road: Buting and the Beast, joins us tonight for Part 2 of his interview alongside Wisconsin Political Insider using the Pseudonym of "Juan Tescrue." Tonight's discussion will detail the recent...Show More Summary
How do you think of our world? How is it organized, in your mind? Geographically? Planet, continents, countries, regions, states, counties, cities, neighborhoods, streets? Politically, by a range of authority from dictatorships to democracy? By religion? By class? Do you see the world as dichotomies? City versus country, ocean versus land, young versus old, starving […]