Twitter’s menswear advice-toting main character is really sorry you’re seeing his tweets
He doesn't know why he's being amplified either.
On Jan 26, 2023 by Chris Stokel-Walker
EXCLUSIVE: U.S. airline accidentally exposes ‘No Fly List’ on unsecured server
One of the most sensitive U.S. government documents was left online.
On Jan 19, 2023 by Mikael Thalen, David Covucci
Allegations of sexual misconduct against Andrew Callaghan, All Gas No Brakes creator, are disappearing from his subreddit
At least 2 posts have been removed from Channel5ive.
On Jan 11, 2023 by Claire Goforth
‘Literally walking over a dead body’: Amazon employees accuse company of mishandling holiday warehouse death
Amazon denies that workers were expected to continue their shift next to his corpse.
On Jan 4, 2023 by Claire Goforth
EXCLUSIVE: ‘I feel robbed and dejected’: Read the furious messages Swifties sent to the FTC after Ticketmaster botched Taylor Swift presale
Taylor Swift fans went right to the government to demand change.
On Dec 15, 2022 by Rebecca Caraway, Maya Wray
Epik, the far-right’s favorite hosting service, is now keeping Kiwi Farms alive
It's a match made in far-right heaven.
On Nov 29, 2022 by Steven Monacelli
WikiLeaks website is struggling to stay online—as millions of documents disappear
Of its alleged 10 million documents leaked, less than 3,000 remain accessible on WikiLeaks' website.
On Nov 22, 2022 by Mikael Thalen
EXCLUSIVE: Concentration camps for maskless kids, Nazi unions, and pervert tutors: Parents lost their mind in Glenn Youngkin’s teacher tipline
Youngkin refused to comment on the emails sent to his tipline.
On Nov 3, 2022 by Louise Macaraniag
Pelosi attacker’s online trail paints pivot from left-leaning hemp seller to far-right conspiracy theorist
David DePape posted countless conspiracy theories and antisemitic content.
On Oct 28, 2022 by Mikael Thalen
The teachers of TikTok have reached their breaking point
The teachers of TikTok are leaving their classrooms.
On Oct 28, 2022 by Annie Rauwerda
In war-torn Ukraine, a digital hunt for missing relatives
In war-torn Lyman, hope comes from Telegram groups.
On Oct 27, 2022 by Anna Conkling
One parent’s fear of ‘grooming’ led a school district to ban 24 books—without even reviewing them
A one-woman army led the charge to ban 2 dozen books.
On Oct 21, 2022 by Rebecca Caraway
‘Are you in need of volunteers?’: Records reveal how Martha’s Vineyard rallied to support migrants flown in by DeSantis
Martha's Vineyard police were inundated with emails offering help.
On Oct 19, 2022 by Maya Wray
EXCLUSIVE: Inside the right-wing press factory that pumped Florida’s ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill
The rollout appeared to be effective.
On Oct 11, 2022 by Claire Goforth