Image: SGranitz/WireImage/Getty imagesIf there's anything constructive to take from Donald Trump's continuing crusade against black athletes in the NFL protesting racial injustices in America, it's that he seems to have lost touch with reality. Less than 24 hours after his initial, poorly received remarks that took the league's protesting
Admission comes as British PM and French president propose fining firms that move too slowly to remove extremist contentFacebook has conceded that technology companies could do more to counter online extremism after Theresa May and the French president, Emmanuel Macron, Kent Walker, Googles general counsel, said the larger problem is
The Zuck wanted some suggestions from President Xi who apparently wasn't too thrilled.Image: Manu Fernandez/Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP/REX/ShutterstockFacebook founder and all-around bossman Mark Zuckerberg was apparently so eager to get Facebook accessible in China, where it has been blocked since 2009, that he tried to chat up Chinese president Xi
In southwest Ohio, people die from national rate. In the future, whether someone survives could hinge on what county they’re in.The sheriff in Butler County this summer suggesting ambulance crews shouldn’t have to save the lives of some people who have been revived before.In neighboring Hamilton County, which includes Cincinnati, officials
Washington (CNN)A bipartisan group of senators is opposing President Donald Trump's pick to head NASA, arguing he is a political appointee who doesn't have the necessary experience to run the agency."I just think it could be devastating for the space program. Obviously, being from Florida, I'm very sensitive to anything
Image: AP/REX/Shutterstock/@phatfreemigeul/twitter/mashable compositeThe value of human rights in the Philippines is now worth just $20, apparently. Philippine legislators have voted to reduce the annual budget for the country's Commission of Human Rights (CHR) to just 1,000 pesos ($20). SEE ALSO: The death of a 17-year-old boy has put a
Washington (CNN)Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon believes President Donald Trump's decision to fire former FBI Director James Comey was one of the worst mistakes in "modern political history."Bannon responded, "That would be probably -- that probably would be too bombastic even for me, but maybe modern political history."