Social media was meant to unite us, but according to Alex Berezow instead created a perfect storm.
The title explains it all: How a former editor allegedly used Vice Canada to recruit drug mules for a global smuggling ring.
In case you ever wanted to know what happens to the archives of defunct newspapers, Slate covered it some time back.
CNN gets called fake news, rewards it by airing the next day's Trump rally live. People disturbed by Trump reward by watching. Win-win huh
— Ed Krayewski (@edkrayewski) February 18, 2017
An upside to Trump? His war with CNN could make cable cheaper!
Conservatives have pointed out that our last president had his own little war with the media, and then claim the media was silent when it was about Fox News. The thing is, that latter part is not true.
While the Fox News report on Sweden that Trump alluded to had some serious journalistic problems, he’s not crazy to believe that Sweden is having some issues. Kevin Drum just wants people to use valid numbers when discussing it, even when inconvenient.
For the love of heaven, media, stop putting the words “election” and “hacking” together. Especially with articles showing people voting.
Ugh. I do hate it when I find myself agreeing with Gawker people.
— Norman Spector (@nspector4) February 19, 2017