The intersection of the internet and the state.
Uber says new California law won’t make its drivers official employees
The ride-hailing company argues that drivers aren't a core part of its business.
Facebook backtracks on anti-abortion video fact-check
Sen. Ted Cruz and other Republicans pushed back against the fact-check.
California is taking a bold step to fight police use of facial recognition tech
The bill, which would create a moratorium, passed through the state Senate.
Bernie Sanders tells Trump admin to ban AR-15s amid vaping crackdown
Sanders was blunt in his response.
Beto O’Rourke puts credit cards at center of gun reform debate
O'Rourke's call comes just hours ahead of the next 2020 Democratic debate.
Neo-Nazis are using Telegram to incite terrorism—and it’s worse than you think
The messaging app is home to the internet’s most hardcore white supremacist communities.
People are freaking out over what a no-deal Brexit will look like
U.K.'s own assessment of a no-deal Brexit, 'Operation Yellowhammer,' was released.
Twitter account suspended over image of Captain America punching a Nazi
Twitter said the suspension was a mistake.
Boris Johnson apparently wants to build a bridge between Scotland and Northern Ireland
Shame the water's full of WW2 munitions and that no one asked for this.
Rudy Giuliani plugs clothing brand in 9/11 remembrance
The tribute was met with befuddlement on Twitter.
Trump administration working to ban flavored e-cigarettes
The ban would include mint and menthol flavored e-cigarettes.
Why no one is crediting Dan Bishop for his special election win in North Carolina
Even he doesn't credit himself.
Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar sat next to each other on their way to tomorrow’s debate
It's reminiscent of another 2020 candidate photo.
Conservatives are tagging Ilhan Omar in their 9/11 tweets
Elected officials are being peppered with anti-Muslim tweets.
California takes first step to reclassify gig economy workers
The bill has received some national political attention.