The intersection of the internet and the state.
Police in the U.S. have killed 275 people in the first three months of 2017
The Killed By Police database mines news sites for reports of police killings.
Trump gloating about Colin Kaepernick not getting a job is nothing short of economic terrorism
There's a long history of blacks peacefully protesting—then whites doubling down on oppression.
This parkour drone film looks just like a classic video game
Temple Run fans need to check this out.
Report: RNC used former Russian spy to dig up Clinton dirt
RNC intended to prove conflicts of interest between the Clinton Foundation and her work while secretary of state.
Oklahoma lawmaker thinks rape can ‘bring beauty from ashes’
'Rape and incest could be part of God's will.'
Trump had the time of his life in a parked truck, and #TrumpTruck was born
Just like his healthcare act, #TrumpTruck is in park.
Shooting of former Russian lawmaker marks second Putin-critic death this week
Russia denies it had any connection to the deaths.
Pregnant women could lose coverage if ‘essential benefits’ are removed under Obamacare replacement
The House needs far-right votes to pass the bill—and cutting pregnancy coverage may help.
Ryan and Trump delay healthcare bill vote in face of likely defeat
This is a setback Donald Trump's signature initiative.
The Senate just voted to roll back your internet privacy
Republicans voted to nix rules that prevent ISPs from selling information about their customers' browsing habits.
House Freedom Caucus will support Obamacare replacement if ‘Essential Benefits’ are gone
The 'Essential Health Benefits' are exactly what they sound like, and some Republicans want them gone.
Middle Eastern airline fights electronics ban by subtweeting Trump
Don't know what to do on a 12-hour flight with a laptop? 'Pretend tray table is a keyboard.'
Nunes apologizes for leak as questions over Congress’s impartiality grow
Nunes somewhat apologized on Thursday after rushing to President Trump, whom he's investigating, with details of the investigation.
White man who stabbed black man to death specifically came to New York to kill black men
The suspect chose NYC 'to make a statement.'
Sen. Chuck Schumer says filibuster likely over Neil Gorsuch’s nomination
He doesn't think Gorsuch will be an independent or neutral judge.
Soon, you’ll be able to share your location with friends through Google Maps
You can share your location for 15 minutes to three days with your contacts.
Evidence suggests Trump associates may have colluded with Russians, officials say
The FBI investigation is ongoing.
Energy Sec. Perry denounces alma mater’s election of first gay student body president in op-ed
The energy secretary thinks the student government judicial court unfairly disqualified the highest vote-getter.