The intersection of the internet and the state.
Behind Reagan Battalion: The group that took down Milo Yiannopoulos has ties to Democratic activists
The Reagan Battalion bills itself as a conservative group, but its web trail tells a different story.
H.R. McMaster replaces Michael Flynn as Trump's national security adviser
Lt. Gen McMasters is a highly decorated active duty Army officer openly critical of the military's past mistakes.
Documentary championed by Trump featured bogus interviews, Swedish police say
'We were answering completely different questions.'
Leaked draft of new executive order reveals Trump's revised travel ban
The new executive order has a few key tweaks.
Shia LaBeouf's anti-Trump art project found a new home out West
The popular art exhibit was shut down in its original location in New York City due to violence and protests


North Carolina considers hate crime bill after LGBTQ-friendly church is vandalized
The state currently has zero laws protecting queer people.
Apple speaks out against Trump’s reversal of trans bathroom protections
Apple issued a statement against the administration’s latest decision.
Steve Bannon warns Americans about the ‘globalist’ media
‘It's not only not going to get better, it's going to get worse every day in the media.’
New Arizona ‘riot’ law takes aim at First Amendment rights
Those planning protests can also be arrested preemptively.
Retired Navy Seal who led bin Laden raid calls Trump’s media attacks a ‘threat to democracy’
McRaven said Trump’s characterization of the media was 'the greatest threat to democracy in my lifetime.'
7-year-old boy grills Sen. Tom Cotton at heated town hall
They're not backing down.