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Report: Our Garbage President Is Facebook's Biggest Political Ad Buyer Report: Our Garbage President Is Facebook's Biggest Political Ad Buyer

Donald Trump may be Twitter’s most infamous shitposter, but he’s also leading the charge flooding Facebook with political ads. According to a new analysis, he’s the number one spender on the site, flanked by Planned Parenthood and Texas Democrat Rep. Beto O’Rourke.

Trump Is Still Rambling About a Dumb Theory That the DNC Is Hiding an Incriminating Server Trump Is Still Rambling About a Dumb Theory That the DNC Is Hiding an Incriminating Server

On Monday, flanked by his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin at a press conference in Helsinki, Donald Trump refused to concur with the conclusions of US intelligence agencies that Russia was behind intrusions into computer systems belonging to the Democratic National Committee, Democratic Congressional Campaign…

Trump 'Hadn't Thought' About Asking Putin to Extradite Alleged Russian Hackers Until He Was Asked About It Trump 'Hadn't Thought' About Asking Putin to Extradite Alleged Russian Hackers Until He Was Asked About It

President Donald Trump said he “hadn’t thought” to ask Russian President Vladimir Putin to extradite the 12 Russian military officers indicted by special counsel Robert Mueller for interfering in the 2016 U.S. presidential election by hacking the Democratic National Committee and stealing documents and emails that…

Guccifer 2.0 and DCLeaks Booted From Twitter Following Mueller Indictments Guccifer 2.0 and DCLeaks Booted From Twitter Following Mueller Indictments

On Saturday, Twitter gave the boot to two accounts—Guccifer 2.0 and DCLeaks—that were connected to the 2016 hack of the Democratic National Committee and subsequent leak of stolen documents from the breach.

Corporations Are Lobbying to Keep Making Robocalls Corporations Are Lobbying to Keep Making Robocalls

The robocall problem is as bad as it has ever been, but if big corporations have their way, it just might get worse. The Washington Post reported this week that top businesses from the financial services and retail industry, among others, are lobbying the Trump administration to make it easier to send calls and texts…

The Price of Viagra Is Only Getting Even Stiffer The Price of Viagra Is Only Getting Even Stiffer

So much for President Donald Trump’s guarantee of “massive” drops in drug prices in the near future. On Monday, the pharmaceutical giant Pfizer announced a slew of price increases for many of its best-selling brand name drugs, including Viagra, the Financial Times first reported. Amazingly enough, it’s the second time…

Lawsuit: Detained Immigrant Children in Texas Forced to Take Antipsychotic Drugs Lawsuit: Detained Immigrant Children in Texas Forced to Take Antipsychotic Drugs

A series of heartbreaking investigative stories published Wednesday by Reveal and The Texas Tribune highlight the disturbing conditions many undocumented children have been allegedly forced to endure in privately run shelters set up to house them as they await proceedings to determine whether they can stay in the…

ZTE's Future Is Back in Limbo After Senate Votes to Reinstate Ban ZTE's Future Is Back in Limbo After Senate Votes to Reinstate Ban

Despite President Donald Trump and Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross’ best efforts to save ZTE from a seven-year ban on using American goods, the Senate on Monday passed the National Defense Authorization Act, which includes a provision to reinstate the ban on the Chinese phone manufacturer.

Trump Promises to Create Military Space Force Trump Promises to Create Military Space Force

Earlier today, President Donald Trump said he’ll be directing the Pentagon to create the US Space Force, which would become the sixth independent branch of the US military. The move is meant to help the US keep pace with its rivals, but experts question the need for an entirely new military wing.

Trump Is Actually Going Through With Tariffs On Chinese Tech Trump Is Actually Going Through With Tariffs On Chinese Tech

Hot off a contemptuous meeting at the G7 Summit after which Trump seemed intent on starting a trade war with Canada—and following whatever the hell just happened in Singapore—Trump turned his sights back to China on Friday by announcing $50 billion in tariffs on Chinese “high-tech” goods.

DOJ Blows Its Chance to Stop Disastrous Merger of AT&T and Time Warner DOJ Blows Its Chance to Stop Disastrous Merger of AT&T and Time Warner

On Tuesday, a federal judge ruled that AT&T has the all clear to merge with Time Warner, paving the way for a media-gobbling merger frenzy. It didn’t have to be this way, but bizarre circumstances and inadequate arguments from the Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division have, yet again, given corporations more…

Senators Have a New Plan to Wreck ZTE, Despite Trump's Deal Senators Have a New Plan to Wreck ZTE, Despite Trump's Deal

The saga of ZTE is a never-ending roller coaster. After violating sanctions in Iran, ZTE was banned from buying parts and components from all American companies. And then suddenly it wasn’t, after President Trump and the Department of Commerce inked a deal that gave ZTE another lease on life. But now, it seems the ban…

Oopsie! A Democrat Accidentally Voted to Give Trump More Nuclear Weapons Oopsie! A Democrat Accidentally Voted to Give Trump More Nuclear Weapons

Joe Kennedy, the Democratic congressmen representing Massachusetts’s 4th congressional district, is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and a pretty reliable vote against just about anything President Trump wants. So it was more than a little weird to see him cast his lot Republicans and vote against an…

EPA Cleanup Task Force Run by Chemical Industry Lawyer Because Foxes Guard the Henhouse Now EPA Cleanup Task Force Run by Chemical Industry Lawyer Because Foxes Guard the Henhouse Now

The Trump administration has appointed yet another industry insider as a leading regulator, this time tapping the former lawyer for a plastics and chemicals company to lead the Environmental Protection Agency’s task force specializing in contaminated site cleanups.

Trump Announces Plan to Save ZTE After His Administration Basically Killed It Trump Announces Plan to Save ZTE After His Administration Basically Killed It

President Donald Trump announced Friday a deal to save Chinese phone manufacturer ZTE despite opposition from lawmakers in both parties, marking the latest in a bizarre and basically incoherent stretch of policymaking from the current administration.

Top Tech Companies Head to White House to Talk AI, Fending off the Apocalypse Top Tech Companies Head to White House to Talk AI, Fending off the Apocalypse

It’s almost been a year since the White House held its last big tech summit. On Thursday, it will reportedly host representatives from 38 of the biggest companies in the US to discuss the future of artificial intelligence and how the government can help us avoid disaster.

Record-Breaking Laser Experiment Could Teach Us About the Cores of Super-Earths Record-Breaking Laser Experiment Could Teach Us About the Cores of Super-Earths

An enormous laser targeted for shutdown by proposed federal budget cuts has just done some record-breaking science in order to understand the centers of faraway exoplanets that scientists call “super-Earths.”

Federal Science Research Is Getting a Lot More Money Federal Science Research Is Getting a Lot More Money

As this year has dragged on, science fans have probably thought, dang, this federal government hates funding research and scientists. We also thought that. But despite the White House’s initial proposal, science agencies will be getting a somewhat surprising funding boost across the board for research.

Trump’s Tariffs Could Make Some Gadgets a Lot More Expensive Trump’s Tariffs Could Make Some Gadgets a Lot More Expensive

When President Trump announced tariffs on imported steel and aluminum (which he later softened), he sent huge segments of the US economy—including the auto, aviation, and construction industries—into a panic. However, it seems those fines were only the start of a new trade agenda that may impose $60 billion of annual…

One Detail From the Infinity Gauntlet Comic That Probably Won't Make It Into Avengers: Infinity War One Detail From the Infinity Gauntlet Comic That Probably Won't Make It Into Avengers: Infinity War

The most recent trailer for Avengers: Infinity War revealed more of Thanos’ plan, and its own connections to the events of one of the comics that inspired the film in the first place, The Infinity Gauntlet. There’s one brief moment in the 1991 comic, however, that likely wouldn’t go down well with a certain President…

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