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Tech companies continue efforts to banish extremist accounts
Tech companies' efforts to banish extremist groups and individuals are continuing as a social network popular with extremists disappeared from Google's Android app store. Gab had already been unavailable in Apple's store, though it remains accessible on the web. The banishments come in the wake of
The Latest: Sculpture put in removed statue's spot toppled
A sculpture made by a Baltimore artist that was placed on the platform of a statue of Confederate leaders that had removed earlier in the week has been toppled
Apple CEO makes $2 million pledge to fight hate
Apple is donating $2 million to two human rights groups as part of CEO Tim Cook's pledge to help lead the fight against the hate that fueled the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia
What major tech companies are doing on hate groups
Major companies such as Google, Facebook and PayPal are banishing a growing cadre of extremist groups and individuals in the wake of the deadly clash at a white-nationalist rally last weekend in Virginia. Civil rights advocates welcomed the moves, but say more needs to be done — and more should
Business leaders break from Trump after Charlottesville
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, JPMorgan Chase & Co. CEO Jamie Dimon and other chief executives have taken action against hate groups and neo-Nazis, with many also directly condemning President Trump's comments.
Snap-happy lawmakers celebrate National Selfie Day
Snap-happy lawmakers took to Twitter Wednesday to celebrate National Selfie Day. Ivanka Trump , in particular, made a cameo in a couple of selfies, including one taken by Rep. Diane Black, R-Tenn., who admitted that she got a primer in selfie-taking from her grandchildren. "My Grandkids taught me
The Note: Trump builds case against himself with tweets
WHAT TO KNOW TODAY Team Trump vs. President Trump : A top member of President Trump’s legal team insisted that despite Trump’s tweet, the president is "not under investigation" for obstruction of justice, only to acknowledge no one on the Trump side knows for certain what special counsel Bob
TSA is testing a system that would make it possible to board a plane with just the touch of a finger
Fingerprints rather than boarding passes could eventually be used as a means of identification at the airport.
March 7, 1997: Tim Allen on his childhood, staying grounded
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Former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo compares meeting with Trump to waterboarding
Former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo apparently isn't a fan of President Trump -- nor his meetings. In fact, Costolo equates attending one of the president's meetings to physical torture. In response to a tweet Friday night about an unconfirmed upcoming White House meeting with tech leaders -- similar