The intersection of the internet and the state.
Why Hillary Clinton is getting blamed for a recent spate of unconnected deaths
The number never stops growing.
People are not falling for these ICE ‘propaganda’ photos
People are comparing photos ICE tweeted to Nazi propaganda.
Alex Jones places $1 million bounty on culprit who planted child porn on his InfoWars server
'I don’t have a lot of money, but I’ll sell my house.'
Meet the home brewer turning beer into a case for net neutrality
Mike Ohleger has named his beers after computers, like 'Y2K Imperial Red Ale' and 'Dial Up Pale Ale.'
Alt-right message board 8chan was served a search warrant
The warrant is in connection to the Poway synagogue shooting.
Prominent phone-hacking firm says it can unlock any iPhone for law enforcement
The company says it can also hack into leading Android models.
Hundreds of police officers belong to extremist Facebook groups, investigation finds (updated)
More than 50 U.S. police departments are now investigating.
Police try to solve domestic violence by giving victims blunt kitchen knives
There are so many problems with this.
Privacy activist Ola Bini detained for 2 months in Ecuador without charges
There has been no explanation.
Trump thinks Melania is the next Jackie O—and people can’t stand it
The *actual* similarities are maybe not something he should bring up.
Spirituality guru Marianne Williamson officially qualifies for Democratic debates
After reading Williamson's best-selling book, Oprah Winfrey claimed to have experienced 157 miracles as a direct result.
Anthony Scaramucci won’t be next press secretary, Trump says
One potential replacement was scratched off the list of contenders.
FEC chairwoman shades Trump with note about foreign election interference
Even she was surprised she had to say something.
Of all the 2020 candidates, Eric Swalwell tweets the most about Trump
He's the king of throwing shade.
Trump announces Sarah Sanders will leave the White House at the end of June
She'll leave at the end of the month.