Rachel Maddow's lawyer responded to the $10 million lawsuit filed by One America News (OAN) by admitting she doesn’t always mean what she says.
Backlash explodes as Corporate America bows before China, and the resistance to groveling mounts
"He was talking about this years ago," Rogan said
Prosperity is within grasp, and it's time for humanity to reach out for it
It's okay to threaten people with violence and death on Facebook, so long as your target is a "dangerous individual" such as Paul Joseph Watson, according to the social network's increasingly Orwellian set of rules.
The fake news has reached new heights by falsely claiming Jones committed crimes when he's actually the victim, according to law enforcement
Crowder must face his destiny
President Donald Trump urged Twitter on Sunday to allow banned conservative personalities to return to the social media platform.
Facebook thought police only allow condemnation of Alex Jones.
Sunday on CNN’s “Reliable Sources,” network media reporter Oliver Darcy asked what the difference between President Donald Trump’s Twitter feed and the website Infowars during a panel discussion about Facebook’s ban on Infowars was, a...
Facebook and Google increasingly influence Congress as the social media giants censor conservative and alternative voices, dominate the Internet, and violate Americans' privacy.
Friday on ABC’s “The View,” the panel debated Facebook’s ban on political figures they classified as “dangerous.” Co-host Joy Behar said, “So Facebook is making good on their promise to combat hate speech. they’...
The last thing any sane person should want is to give anyone, much less Big Business, the power to decide what is and is not acceptable speech, what is and is not racism, what is and is not a conspiracy theory.
'Conservative' okay with corporations crushing free speech
Social media giant purges so-called dangerous members
The banning of multiple political commentators from Facebook and Instagram, including conservatives Paul Joseph Watson and Laura Loomer, is an outrage against the ideals of an open Internet on its own. But beyond the bans on individuals, Facebook has d...
The Washington Post deleted a tweet referring to Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan as "far-right" Thursday.
The Masters of the Universe at Facebook have banned multiple conservative personalities from its platform, including the personal account of Infowars host Alex Jones, Paul Joseph Watson, Laura Loomer, and Milo Yiannopoulos.
Facebook permanently banned Infowars founder Alex Jones, far-right provocateurs Milo Yannopoulous and Laura Loomer as well as other prominent far-right figures from its platform Thursday. The bans follow a previous announcement that the company wasn...
Why is Hollywood pushing Game of Thrones? Jones explains