Michael Flynn’s attorney Sidney Powell, investigative journalist John Solomon and Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton weigh in on corruption allegations against the Biden family.
Google previously paid the state of Washington $217,000 in 2018 after King County Superior Court ruled that the company did not provide access to documents filed with the state's Public Disclosure Commission in which Washington candidates and political committees reported about $1.5 million in payments to Google related to political advertising on its platform since 2013.
Former White House chief information officer under Bush 43 Theresa Payton argues the lack of transparency is a real issue when it comes to social media companies blocking or flagging a story, like the New York Post story on Hunter Biden.
Movie theaters in New York state can reopen beginning next Friday with restrictions on audience size and other precautions in place, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Saturday.
Author Lee Smith provides insight into corruption and the Biden family and how the media has covered it.
Rep. Steve Scalise, R-La., discusses social media sites blocking the New York Post story about Hunter Biden and the development of a coronavirus vaccine.
The Trump campaign has slashed another $1.1 million from its ad spending in Minnesota.
Fred Fleitz, Center for Security Policy president and CEO and former National Security Council chief of staff, argues ‘conservatives have been under fire by social media for years.’
Former Utah congressman Jason Chaffetz weighs in on what should be done about alleged Biden family corruption.
Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., discusses big tech censorship, the New York Post story alleging corruption against Hunter Biden and his Senate committee releasing a report on Biden family corruption.
New York Post columnist Karol Marcowicz argues Facebook and Twitter are determined to destroy 'little pockets' of 'non-leftist' media.
The dueling town halls came about after the Commission on Presidential Debates canceled the previously scheduled Oct. 15 debate between Messrs. Trump and Biden after the president’s positive test for the coronavirus.
Stan Richards, the founder of The Richards Group, has apologized for his remarks.
The idea that "CNN is in the pocket” of President Trump is “insane,” former White House press secretary Sean Spicer told “Mornings with Maria” on Wednesday, reacting to a spat over the coronavirus stimulus negotiations between House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer.
Hoover Institution senior fellow Victor Davis Hanson on the Biden campaign, how the media covers President Trump, Judge Amy Coney Barrett and political division in the U.S.
Under the restructuring, Disney creatives will focus on developing and producing original content for the company's streaming services including Disney+, Hulu, ESPN+, the upcoming Star and "legacy platforms," while distribution and commercialization activities will now be merged into a single global Media Entertainment and Distribution group.
Oscar-nominated filmmaker Ava DuVernay is helping women around the world share their stories for Lenovo's "New Realities" series.
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton weighs in on the latest headlines surrounding Obamagate.
The 2020 Trump campaign has cut ad spending in Minnesota ahead of Election Day.
Investigative journalist John Solomon on media bias, Obamagate and new information surrounding Hunter Biden’s business partner.