Twitter on Tuesday enacted previously announced changes to the platform ahead of the upcoming November election, which included alterations to user options with regard to retweeting.
President Trump hinted he might intervene if Republican senators don't support a second coronavirus stimulus package worth trillions of dollars, during an interview with Charles Benson of WTMJ4 Milwaukee on Saturday.
Rep. Ken Buck, R-Colo., sent a letter to the Department of Justice on Wednesday, asking the attorney general to look into accusations of censorship by Twitter and Facebook, after the big tech giants took steps to limit the exposure of a New York Post article critical of Hunter Biden.
Facebook and Twitter limited the distribution of a story in the New York Post about a purported email between Hunter Biden and an adviser to a Ukrainian energy company.
The IRS placed a $45,000 lien against Baltimore prosecutor Marilyn Mosby and her Husband Nick Mosby -- a Democratic nominee for City Council president -- after it was discovered they had three years of unpaid federal taxes, according to official records.
Johnson & Johnson paused its coronavirus vaccine research study due to an adverse reaction by one of the participants and would not provide further comment on the issue.
Vice President Mike Pence and Democratic vice presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., went to the mat over the issue of energy and fracking during Wednesday night's debate as they accused each other of having misguided policies on the issue that have damaged the country.
The tech payment processing company Stripe is offering its employees $20,000 to relocate from large U.S. cities to cheaper rural areas, but would then impose a 10 percent pay cut on workers' salaries as part of the deal.
Facebook announced the removal of 790 QAnon-related groups from its platform and said it will restrict an additional 1,950 groups and 440 pages, along with over 10,000 Instagram accounts associated with the right-wing social media movement.