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Twitter addresses ‘learn to code’ comments levied at laid-off journalists

Twitter is taking action against targeted harassment campaigns against journalists.

On by Ellen Ioanes

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The rise of crowdsourced journalism in the age of President Trump

It turns out some of Trump’s political donations have come from people who don’t exist.

On by David Gilmour

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Huff Post asks author of book about unpaid labor to perform unpaid labor

Oh, the irony!

On by Lyz Lenz

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The case for unions

Huffington Post employees are pushing to unionize—and so should everyone else.

On by Matthew Rozsa

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LGBT people of color aren’t too happy with Caitlyn Jenner’s ‘Vanity Fair’ cover

Caitlyn Jenner has everyone talking. But some people are pointing out that not every trans person is rich, white, and Republican.

On by Mary Emily O’Hara

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How the Verizon-AOL deal is changing your news in the worst way

That sound your hearing isn’t just ’90s dialup. It’s censorship.

On by Gillian Branstetter

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Yo, the death of the app, and the future of smartphones

While you were busy writing it off, Yo changed everything you thought about smartphones.

On by Janel Torkington

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The Huffington Post to ‘join the party’ with satirical news show

‘Humor can’t say everything, but it can say some things better.’

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The Huffington Post’s ‘good news’ experiment is bad news for Facebook

What’s the matter with happiness?

On by Rachel Kramer Bussel

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The trouble with Reddit dropping the banhammer on news sites

Reddit’s heartwarming-news hub, r/UpliftingNews, announced a ban on the Huffington Post.

On by Fernando Alfonso III

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You’ll never believe what Facebook is doing to clickbait

Facebook just quietly changed the Internet forever.

On by S.E. Smith

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Wesley Lowery calls out Joe Scarborough over Ferguson accusations

“I have little patience for talking heads. This is too important.”

On by Michelle Jaworski

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This supercut of Samuel L. Jackson uttering his favorite swear is cuss-tastic

What would Snakes on a Plane or Pulp Fiction be without the actor’s signature swear? 

On by Greg Seals

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Are children the future of Facebook?

Letting kids join Facebook isn’t the real issue here.

On by [email protected]

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Here is your inevitable selfie from the Murrysville school stabbing

Nate Scimio may be a hero for more than this mirror shot.

On by Miles Klee

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