Police call Florida shooter’s social media presence ‘disturbing’
The shooter apparently left disturbing content on YouTube and Instagram
Bipartisan immigration bill dies in Senate under threat of Trump veto
Trump tweets derailed a bipartisan deal to protect Dreamers and build the wall.
EPA head Scott Pruitt’s first-class travel is costing a fortune
Pruitt likes to travel in style, but he doesn't like to explain why.
Twitter deletes archived Vine accounts linked to Russian ‘troll farm’
Russian-backed Vine accounts were viewed and looped millions of times.
1 million people watched Bernie Sanders Medicare for All livestream
The event drew 1.1 million viewers.
Man who put Kansas at the center of Google Earth running for Kansas Secretary of State
He literally put Kansas on the map.
Sen. Ron Wyden joins Cory Booker’s proposal to legalize marijuana nationwide
Wyden joined Booker on Facebook Live to discuss the bill
The curious case of Trump-linked data firm Cambridge Analytica
The story around the data analytics firm gets stranger.
What the ATF does—and doesn’t—tell us about guns in America
The ATF's data gives us an incomplete picture—but there's a clear reason for that.
Use an iPhone? Here’s what this Trump-linked data firm knows about you
A firm hired by the Trump campaign knows a lot about you.