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Social media platforms have issued bans and takedowns as they face mounting pressure. But how much has really changed?
The site also took down the left-wing subreddit r/ChapoTrapHouse. "All communities on Reddit must abide by our content policy in good faith," Reddit's CEO said.
The coronavirus pandemic is fuelling racism that often unfolds right in front of bystanders.
The chilling missives used several of President Donald Trump’s catchphrases to attack the press.
In the fight against other forms of revenge porn, legislation has been slow, but strides have been made.
Starting the first of April, the government says it will give the asylum seekers the choice between prison and “voluntary” deportation.
U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel will hear a case on Friday that could determine whether Trump can waive environmental laws for his wall.
A new report from the Anti-Defamation League found a 258 percent increase in white supremacist propaganda on college campuses between 2016 and 2017.
Jr. brought a slingshot. Reid brought an arsenal
The sitcom's endlessly quotable catchphrases give us a language to talk about our political reality. We’re literally in hell, but at least we can say it with a smile.