‘You posted that knowing it’ll go viral and that I’m going to get shamed’: Woman calls out creator for setting her up in staged content
'I had no idea I was being set up like that... I took it because she told me to take it.'
On Sep 18, 2022 by Gisselle Hernandez
‘She was trying to put herself in your shoes’: TikToker says her therapist slept with her boyfriend after telling her about their problems
'The way my jaw dropped.'
On May 23, 2022 by Kathleen Wong
Ivanka Trump’s Goya bean photo sparks a meme frenzy
Soon, Ivanka was holding a variety of things in the photo, none of which were beans.
On Jul 15, 2020 by Nahila Bonfiglio
Google appoints transphobic official to its AI ethics board
She has worked for multiple anti-LGBTQ ‘family values’ organizations.
On Mar 28, 2019 by Alex Dalbey
Trump’s Mar-a-Lago visitor logs will be made public in September
Several groups sued for the records earlier this year.
On Jul 17, 2017 by Andrew Wyrich
Justice Department corporate ethics watchdog quits over Trump’s conduct
Hui Chen had been an outspoken critic of the Trump administration prior to her resignation.
On Jul 3, 2017 by David Gilmour
Steve Bannon, Kellyanne Conway, ex-lobbyists among 16 Trump staffers granted ethics waivers
Is this what Trump meant by 'draining the swamp?'
On Jun 1, 2017 by Andrew Wyrich
Did Kellyanne Conway just violate federal law on Fox News?
There is clearly a law against this.
On Feb 9, 2017 by David Covucci
Is the Office of Government Ethics praising Trump—or mocking him?
Strange tweets are afoot at the OGE.
On Nov 30, 2016 by Andrew Couts
Toddler has the most savage solution to the infamous trolley problem
Well, that's one way you could do things...
On Sep 1, 2016 by Jay Hathaway
Researchers struggle with the ethical dilemma of using hacked data
Is it wrong to use stolen information if it serves the public good?
On Apr 21, 2016 by Dell Cameron
Why it’s hard to clone extinct animals
Not only is it hard, but it's also ethically dubious.
On Mar 17, 2016 by Cynthia McKelvey
Petition calls on newspaper to apologize for naming possible sexual assault victim
The 'St. Louis Post-Dispatch' is in the hot seat.
On Dec 11, 2015 by Marisa Kabas
A drunk man’s assault on a robot raises unusual legal issues
When he kicked a robotic store clerk last month, Kiichi Ishikawa opened up an academic can of worms.
On Oct 6, 2015 by Dylan Love