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Eric Trump warns Democrats will investigate ‘Fox & Friends’ if they win in November
He said Democrats 'will come after everybody relentlessly.'
Officer who said he was ‘trigger-happy’ in viral video has been fired
He also said he gets 'paid a ton of money in overtime if I have to shoot somebody.'
Republican congressman turns latest immigrant caravan into conspiracy theory
This theory makes no sense.
Obama’s bold stance on Pokémon is breaking people’s hearts
Many people weren't happy with the revelation.
Twitter says Louis Farrakhan’s controversial tweet doesn’t violate policies
Detroit speech draws ire from pundits across the aisle.
Footage disputes Chicago cop’s defense for shooting Black, autistic teen
The officer previously said the 18-year-old had a gun.
Facebook ads use communist, Nazi imagery to attack Democrat House candidate
The person behind the campaign remains anonymous.
Apple just made all your data available to download
Apple is making your data available if you live in the U.S.
What are NPCs, the popular new far-right meme?
The polarizing meme appeared on Twitter just weeks before the midterms.
No, Ted Cruz was not utilizing Cambridge Analytica last night to push tweets
It's not shady, even if it seems that way.
Ted Cruz’s lengthy pause at the Texas debate is quickly mocked
The question was really low-hanging fruit.
Report: Twitter suspends 1,500 accounts as part of election date hoax
The accounts were spreading misinformation about the election.
Why the Election Day bomber wanted America to adopt sortition
It's an interesting form of government.
Trump compares blaming Saudi Arabia for missing journalist to Kavanaugh accusations
He tweeted about a conversation with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
Democratic senator apologizes for ad that misidentified, outed sexual assault victims
Her opponent called it 'revictimization of victims.'