‘Building smells so bad it makes people sick’: Trump criticized for visiting non-union auto plant during strike—that employees trash on career sites
Some outlets have portrayed Trump's address as being made to striking UAW workers, but it isn't.
On Sep 27, 2023 by Marlon Ettinger
‘Absolutely terrible’: Biden under fire for alleged ‘no comment’ response to rising death toll in Hawaii
Reports of lip reading are spreading doubt that he ever said 'no comment.'
On Aug 14, 2023 by Katherine Huggins
‘His job is… beach’: Biden’s shirtless vacation pictures spark comparisons to Ken in ‘Barbie’
Biden was also seen sporting shoes on the sand.
On Jul 31, 2023 by Katherine Huggins
TikTokers don’t blame Biden, Congress, or China for a potential ban—they’re mad at Mark Zuckerberg
Users on the app speculated that Meta's lobbying efforts contributed to a proposed TikTok ban.
On Mar 16, 2023 by Jacob Seitz
The RESTRICT Act isn’t about banning TikTok—it’s designed to force a sale
The U.S. doesn't want to ban TikTok, it wants to own it.
On Mar 10, 2023 by Jacob Seitz
Gigi Sohn withdraws FCC nomination, calls attacks ‘absurd caricature of blatant lies’
The longtime broadband advocate said she faced 'unrelenting, dishonest, and cruel attacks' during her nomination process.
On Mar 7, 2023 by Jacob Seitz
The far-right’s biggest issue with Zelenskyy’s D.C. trip? His lack of a suit
Far-right Republicans are suddenly fashion experts.
On Dec 22, 2022 by Jacob Seitz
AOC, Squad hit with backlash for voting to prevent railworkers from striking
The popular progressives voted to avert a nationwide rail strike.
On Dec 1, 2022 by Jacob Seitz
It’s been a year since Gigi Sohn was nominated to the FCC—and internet rights groups are pissed
it's the longest a nomination has stalled.
On Oct 26, 2022 by Jacob Seitz
‘We all really said let me look at these stupid a** loans for the first time’: Student loan sites crash after Biden’s announcement
Nelnet and the Department of Education websites were both flooded with users attempting to check their loan status
On Aug 24, 2022 by Jacob Seitz
Democrats are promising a new effort to restore net neutrality—it’s doomed to fail
For internet freedom, the road back is longer than ever.
On Jul 19, 2022 by Jacob Seitz
How a bot analysis of Joe Biden’s Twitter followers became fuel for Elon Musk
'So the stories are all just using the free tool run (analyzing 2,000 random accounts from the first 100K in Twitter's API) from Newsweek's reporter'
On May 19, 2022 by Jacob Seitz
Nina Jankowicz, DHS disinformation head, resigns
She's been a frequent right-wing target.
On May 18, 2022 by Jacob Seitz
Digital groups rally as Apple pushes back against App Store legislation
Digital rights groups launch an educational campaign to push for antitrust reform, according to a press release.
On Apr 14, 2022 by Jacob Seitz