Oct 02, 2017
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Those Russia-linked Facebook ads are more than just a reason for concern -- they could play an important role in one of the largest investigations in recent mem...
Facebook will release over 3000 ads bought by a Russian entity to interfere in U.S. politics and the 2016 presidential election with congressional..
In the shadow of the Large Hadron Collider, six teams are competing to answer one of the Universe’s deepest existential questions.
Facebook refused to commit to releasing the Kremlin-backed propaganda it uncovered. Users may never know if they were targeted during the election—or are still being targeted now.
The big companies developing them show no interest in fixing the problem.
Internet traffic coming into and out of Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, and other companies was briefly redirected through a Russian provider on Wednesday, in what appears to have been a deliberate move.
Actors Paul Anderson, Kate Phillips and Joe Cole and Producer Jamie Glazebrook talk to BUILD about series four of hit BBC show "Peaky Blinders" and reveal mo...
A suspicious reading of the message would be about some scenario in which Trump would lose the election without anyone in the room doing any...
He felt he was ‘made for this moment.’ But now, on the verge of achieving his long-sought legislative dream, he’s got his eyes on the exits.
The party's special election win in Alabama has cracked open a path to the Senate majority in 2018 that looked all but impassable before Tuesday night.
Brett Talley had not tried a court case, while Jeff Mateer called transgender children part of ‘Satan’s plan.’
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U.S. House and Senate negotiators have agreed to spare the electric-vehicle tax credit as part of a compromise package on tax reform, according to a Republican familiar with process, Bloomberg reported.
"As long as we let the audiences know what's coming, we think we can manage that fine," says the CEO.