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Justice Alito’s recent speech violated the Ginsburg rule. That he did it in a way that implicates public safety during a pandemic is what’s so disturbing about it.
The malls and grocery stores of the 20th century are being converted into industrial conveyor belts of goods and services traveling from the internet to your home.
After a motorcycle accident left Jeremy Bromwell sidelined and inactive, he learned to eat more mindfully and is now healthier than ever.
The sites are key conduits for communication and information. Here’s how they plan to handle the challenges facing them before, on and after Tuesday.
Restarting federal executions will not respond to the crisis of police violence against Black people in America.
Michigan union membership is historically low and the changes may be a sign of things to come across the country.
Plugging into the art-world conversation while museums and galleries are closed.
The social media company’s head of cybersecurity policy on “perception hacks” and what it will take to have an authentic election.
Business groups in Washington are hopeful that the incoming Biden administration will prompt a round of hiring that will lead to more diversity on K Street.
This is The TechCrunch Exchange, a newsletter that goes out on Saturdays, based on the column of the same name. You can sign up for the email here. I had a neat look into the world of mental health startup fundraising planned for this week, but after being slow-motion carpet-bombed by S-1s, that is…
President Trump railed against Twitter in late night tweets on Thanksgiving, criticizing its trends algorithm and “big Conservative discrimination.”
Pizzagate-style rumors in 2016 were largely confined to far-right message boards. This year, they are reaching the mainstream with help from a website boosted by Trump.
Teens and first-time voters who jumped into political organizing this year are expanding their TikTok-focused playbook in an effort to boost the Democratic Senate candidates in Georgia’s crucial runoff elections nex
President-elect Joe Biden was the No. 1 trending person this year, according to a new report from Google Trends.
The company will classify QAnon as coordinated harmful activity in part because of a rise in harassment targeting high-profile critics of the president.
Jason Rowley Contributor Jason Rowley is a venture capital and technology reporter for Crunchbase News. More posts by this contributor Ride-hailing, bike and scooter companies probably raised less money than you thought To get big faster, younger unicorns start buying startups sooner Since the earl…
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Twitter announced today it’s planning to relaunch its verification system in 2021, and will now begin the process of soliciting public feedback on the new policy ahead of its implementation. Under the policy, Twitter will initially verify six types of accounts, including those belonging to go…
Twitter is the first social media platform to publicly disclose how it performed during the election.
Brands like Fenty, even dubbed the 'Fenty Effect,' have changed the game when it comes to inclusive offerings. But is the beauty industry doing enough?
Having a substantial part of our fellow citizens outside the digital environment is a recipe for continued racial injustice, social conflict, economic deprivation and political division.
The Netherlands’ ecosystem has been flourishing; more than $85 million was invested in regional startups in 2019 alone. The nation’s proximity to the U.K., Belgium, France and Germany makes Amsterdam a natural gateway to those markets. Long ago the savvy Dutch realized this, and built up Schi…
It seems like SoftBank and the Mubadala Corp. aren’t finished taking big swings at the commercial real estate business in the U.S. Even after the collapse of WeWork, the investors are doubling down on a similar business model as part of a syndicate investing $700 million into REEF Technology.…
Jason Green has a pretty solid reputation as venture capitalists go. The enterprise-focused firm he co-founded 17 years ago, Emergence Capital, has backed Saleforce, Box and Zoom, among many other companies, and even while every firm is now investing in software-as-a-service startups, his remains a…
The preliminary results of an investigation by Facebook shed new light on the scope of activity and content from the QAnon community on the platform.
The do-it-all phone can do more than ever.
As a result of the rising cases, Western says it will move back to Phase Three of its return-to-campus plan.
Early Black Friday 2020 sales are live. We asked retail and commerce experts about the best Black Friday sales and other holiday shopping tips.
YouTube Rewind won’t happen for the first time since it started in 2010.
President Trump's campaign is going up on the airwaves with ad buys in Wisconsin, North Carolina, Florida, Georgia and Minnesota.
Vanity Fair, Vogue, and O: The Oprah Magazine all took different approaches to addressing allegations of racism within their industry in the wake of George Floyd's death.
Sixty-three percent of those surveyed did not know 6 million Jews were murdered in the Holocaust. Over half of those thought the toll was under 2 million.
Sally Hernandez, National Account Executive at Skye's the Limit, speaks about her fashion experience growing up in a Latino household and the company's strategy.
Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk is railing against stay-at-home orders meant to slow the coronavirus pandemic, calling them "fascist" and likening them to "forcibly imprisoning people in their homes" during a Tesla earnings call Wednesday.
Therapist Julie Smith was apprehensive about joining TikTok. Fast-forward 12 months and she now has over 2.2 million followers, all watching her educational videos on mental health.
Fintech has been a key startup story in recent quarters, with leading players in the genre raising titanic rounds at eye-popping valuations. Consider companies like Robinhood, and its epic capital run this year on the back of huge revenue growth, or Chime, which also raised huge sums while riding a…
During these long, mundane physically-distant days, stretching on into an uncertain future like an ever-lengthening beigeish corridor, it’s impossible not to miss hanging out with friends. Especially the kind of hanging out where you’re not really doing anything in particular, not talki…
What was P.T. Barnum really like?
Report discovers that one in three young adults have reduced alcohol consumption
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Fifty-two percent of President Trump's cable TV ad spending has been directed to Fox News since the 2020 campaign became a two-man race, while Joe Biden has diversified more of his spending.
Mobile companies that seize on the progress already taking place and learn from or integrate trends like digital wallets, QR codes, on-demand delivery and 5G will be poised for the biggest success in LATAM — and quite possibly, on a global stage.
US president demands fundamental change to internet in angry late-night tweets
And progressives praise Janet Yellen's selection for Treasury for now.
Oklahoma entered the world of legal cannabis late, but its hands-off approach launched a boom and a new nickname: ‘Toke-lahoma.’
By Terry Angelos, SVP and Global Head of Fintech, Visa Whether you realize it or not, fintech innovation is likely playing a role in your daily life. In fact, 73% of Americans say that using a fintech app to manage money will be part of their new normal (1) after COVID accelerated the move to [&hel…
In the desert of New Mexico, Valencia County has become the embodiment of the polarization it once defied.
Fitness programs like 75 Hard have found life on TikTok as millions of users have downloaded the app to help stay in shape during the coronavirus pandemic.
Despite ongoing speculation and investor pressure, Netflix is still declining to adopt an advertising-based business model as a means to boost its revenue, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings confirmed on Tuesday. The company on its Q4 earnings call again shot down the idea of an ad-supported option, with Ha…
We're tracking all the live action from the final day of the 2020 election.
This week's rundown includes how a viral TikTok video on body positivity helped Sienna Mae Gomez get the attention of celebs like Lizzo.
Anyone who thinks the Recording Academy takes something like changing the name of a Grammy Awards category lightly should take a gander at the letter that went to members Monday: After extensive de…
Airbnb has lost nearly $700 million this year as travel slowed. Despite turning a profit last quarter, it expects bookings to drop again next quarter.
Shopee is investing in digital inclusion to help new and existing merchants recover from the pandemic.
Robinhood is an online stock brokerage offering commission-free trading for US-based active investors.
Some see her as a symptom of a problem with modern parenting; others just see her as a good time.
Twitter's user growth fell far short of analysts' expectations, with a reported 187 million daily active users compared to 195 million.
How a 16-year-old from suburban Connecticut became the most famous teen in America
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