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Twitter’s decision to permanently ban Donald Trump is a victory for racial-justice advocates who have long condemned his continued abuse of the platform.
“Which side of history do Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube wish to be on? Their choice is long overdue.”
WASHINGTON – On Monday, Congress passed a $900-billion stimulus package that sets aside $7 billion for broadband.
The brief opposes the Trump FCC's unjustified attempt to reinstate its repeal of vital broadcast-ownership limits.
From urging platforms to ban white supremacists to telling advertisers to #DropFox, Free Press Action has been working on a bunch of crucial campaigns this summer.
The FBI is using undercover agents to track Black activists. And the Bureau is prioritizing these investigations over ones involving white supremacists.
We’re thrilled to announce that the first articles were published for Stories of Atlantic City, a collaborative-journalism project.
Before the final gavel dropped on the vote in the House, skeptics rang out in a chorus of “What about McConnell?!” To them, we say: Challenge accepted.
There’s good reason to believe that the Biden administration will take the catastrophe that is utility shutoffs seriously.
Dozens of plans to help save journalism have emerged since the pandemic decimated media outlets globally.
After years of resisting suspension demands, the company said that the move was "due to the risk of further incitement of violence."
For four years, Twitter allowed Donald Trump to spread conspiracies and provoke other nations.