Ben & Jerry's ends Twitter ads, says platform 'dangerous' under Elon Musk
Ben & Jerry's ice cream has pulled the plug on all paid advertising on Twitter, announcing the move was made because of a rise in "hate speech" since Elon Musk took over.
Super PACs for Trump, DeSantis among biggest spenders in 2024 presidential ad wars
Former President Donald Trump and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and their allied super PACs are the biggest spenders so far in the 2024 presidential race.
Documents reveal taxpayer money went to programs linking Republicans, Christians to terror groups
Media Research Center President and founder Brent Bozell details 'astonishing' findings regarding a Biden administration domestic terror initiative.
AM radio stations are 'a part of America': John Catsimatidis
WABC Radio owner John Catsimatidis details his fight to keep AM radio stations in new 2024 vehicle models.
Campaign donors see the 'viability of Ron DeSantis': Julia Manchester
The Hill national politics reporter Julia Manchester breaks down the 'rumblings' about 2024 presidential candidates and their campaign contributions.
Important companies don’t ignore conservative customers: Michael Seifert
PublicSq. founder Michael Seifert on companies facing backlash over woke ads and growth of the platform.
Florida CFO Jimmy Patronis on Disney v. DeSantis drama: Disney 'has a Disney problem'
Florida Chief Financial Officer Jimmy Patronis discusses a state law prohibiting banks from using political factors in lending decisions, the DeSantis vs. Disney battle and the jobs boom.
Oscar Mayer Wienermobile gets its first name change in history
Oscar Mayer’s iconic hot dog-shaped Wienermobile vehicles will now be called Frankmobiles as the company tests a rebrand that reflects its new 100% Beef Franks.
Taco Bell aims to cancel 'Taco Tuesday' trademark held by competitor and small business: 'We all win'
Taco Bell is trying to end the "Taco Tuesday" trademark registrations that belong to a competitor and a small business because it thinks all taco shops should be able to use the phrase.
Dennis Quaid on moving Hollywood to Texas: 'It's a business thing'
Actor Dennis Quaid joins 'Varney & Co.' to discuss how lower taxes and fewer regulations may push the movie industry into the Lone Star State.
New Twitter CEO Linda Yaccarino will be a 'huge advantage' for becoming 'profitable': Jessica Melugin
Competitive Enterprise Institute Center for Technology & Innovation director Jessica Melugin discusses Twitter's new CEO and the 'unintended consequences' of children using A.I.
Guy Benson argues politics are ‘obviously at play’ in the Jordan Neely case
'The Guy Benson Show' host Guy Benson discusses the Marine veteran Daniel Penny and his controversial decision to fatally choke an NYC subway rider and Trump’s town hall on CNN.
Meta announces AI image generation tools for advertisers
Facebook parent company Meta is rolling out a suite of artificial intelligence-based tools for use by advertisers on their platforms.
Hugo Gordon torches mainstream media for electing to ‘ignore’ new GOP findings of Biden family
Washington Examiner editor-in-chief Hugo Gordon discusses the White House’s treatment of the press and the mainstream media’s coverage of the new GOP findings of the Biden family.
Riley Gaines rips female athletes' silence on transgender sports debate: 'Scared of cancel culture'
NCAA All-American and former University of Kentucky swimmer Riley Gaines talks putting 'pressure' on celebrity women athletes and the Olympic Committee to speak on unfair physical advantages with transgender competitors.
Taxpayer dollars are funding PBS' 'outdated system': Gov. Kevin Stitt
Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt discusses his policies targeting banks' and public broadcasts' funding of leftist 'indoctrination' and social programs.