The intersection of the internet and the state.
Ted Cruz’s latest tweet is an inspiring message of hope—from Beto O’Rourke
It's inspiring, but it isn't of Ted Cruz.
James Woods briefly suspended from Twitter for posting 4chan hoax
Woods said, 'If you want to kill my free speech, man up and slit my throat with a knife.'
Wendy’s is being sued over how it collects worker fingerprints
A pair of former Wendy's employees want to know what the company does with worker fingerprints.
Stormy Daniels’ lawyer says there is evidence of house parties where Kavanaugh targeted women for assault
Meanwhile, investigators are looking into a possible fourth woman's claims.
Schrodinger’s DAG: Has Rod Rosenstein been fired or resigned? We’ll find out Thursday
The future of Mueller's investigation is now up in the air.
‘We’re All Gonna Die’ Ep. 65: Meet the man who tricked the world into sharing fake news
Jonathan Hook of The Fake News Generator joins us.
D.C. lobbyist on leave after tweeting Kavanaugh conspiracy theory
He also apparently offered to resign as president from a conservative think tank.
Brett Kavanaugh’s absurd 35-year-old calendar defense is now a meme
People don't think the calendar is a sound defense.
What makes Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s platform so progressive?
She's won her primary, but what is her platform?
Executive order draft from Trump would crack down on tech companies
The order could target companies like Facebook and Google.
Apple’s own employees reportedly trash streaming service as ‘expensive NBC’
Apple reportedly is shying away from sex and religion.
Report claims that YouTube fosters far-right thinking
The study sheds light on reactionary influencers.
In ‘Fahrenheit 11/9,’ Michael Moore proves Trump is American as apple pie
The president is an organic part of America life—not an anomaly.
Christine Blasey Ford says Kavanaugh defender found her LinkedIn before she went public
Ed Whelan pushed, then retracted, a theory trying to discredit Ford.