U.S. President Donald Trump will sign an executive order on social media companies on Thursday, White House officials said after Trump threatened to shut down websites he accused of stifling conservative voices. It was unclear how Trump could follow through on the threat of shutting down privately owned companies including Twitter Inc. The dispute erupted after Twitter on Tuesday for the first time tagged Trump's tweets about unsubstantiated claims of fraud in mail-in voting with a warning prompting readers to fact check the posts.
Gayle King Has Emotional Response to Racist Central Park Incident: 'It Feels Like Open Season' on Black Men
CBS This Morning co-anchor Gayle King was visibly rattled during Tuesday's broadcast, following back-to-back reports of racist behavior against Black men that occurred over the weekend. As seen in the video below, King became emotional following Vladimir Duthiers' report on a May 25 incident in Central Park, in which Amy Cooper, a white woman, called […]
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“This is going to be the new normal from now on and you’re going to have to train security guards and police officers to deal with this,” one expert said.
“I am sorry you got lost and I couldn't find you," wrote a friend mourning Jeremy Worthy
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In unsurprising news, Chrissy Teigen is once again under fire for something benign she said on social media.
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Mitch McConnell is holding stimulus legislation hostage to keep businesses from paying for potentially culpable conduct during the pandemic.
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All her life, 27-year-old Kiah Twisselman believed she just had "bad genetics," which prevented her from losing weight. "I just started showing up and doing it," Twisselman wrote in an Instagram post. In the new issue of People Magazine out this week, Twisselman's incredible weight loss journey -- along with that of several others -- is highlighted.