The intersection of the internet and the state.
Michael Avenatti accuses Jacob Wohl of being behind domestic violence arrest
Avenatti is looping the noted troll into his arrest narrative.
Japan’s cybersecurity chief doesn’t use computers—which at least means he’s never been hacked?
Ah, another government at its most competent.
Ted Cruz backtracks on claims O’Rourke campaign funded caravan
He said there was 'no point in revisiting the campaign itself.'
‘Pod Save America’ ditches Republican contributor after learning of his ties to shady firm
After a Twitter dustup, the podcast makes a move.
Facebook reportedly hired PR firm to write critical articles about Apple, Google
A new report reveals Facebook's internal struggles.
Michael Avenatti reportedly arrested for domestic violence (updated)
Police said a domestic violence report was filed Tuesday.
Trump conspiracy theorists are blaming antifa for the California wildfires
He posed the question on Twitter.
Trump claims people switch clothes to commit voter fraud—and Twitter is roasting him
There's no evidence to support Trump's claim.
Google apologizes for donating to candidate who joked about hangings
The tech giant said would not have contributed to her campaign had it known about the remarks.
This Trump-themed, Lego-like toy wants kids to help ‘build the wall’
The new toys come courtesy of a company called KeepAndBear.
Fox News’ attempt to bash socialism backfires spectacularly
Sometimes socialist policies sound good.
Man doesn’t like being criticized for anti-abortion views, declares himself a woman
That's not how any of that works.
Mitch McConnell’s call for bipartisanship gets ratioed off the internet
Everyone quickly pointed out the irony.