"Saturday Night Live" took on the Supreme Court's leaked draft that would overturn Roe v. Wade this weekend.
Misleading claims made by Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhanabout coronavirus vaccineswere available on Twitterdespite its policies against coronavirus misinformation.
Dr. Seuss’ books seem more popular than ever amid the controversy over a small selection of titles that will no longer be sold because they were deemed to have "insensitive and racist imagery.
Facebook has apologized after threatening to permanently ban an 81-year-old knitter who makes woolen pig dollsfor hate speech violations involving the word "pigs."
Sen. Mitt Romney reportedly said Tuesday if former President Trump were to run again he would likely win the Republican nomination for president.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and Rep. Liz Cheney, the third-ranking House GOP member, had a tense exchange with reporters Wednesday over whether former President Trump should speak at CPAC as planned this weekend.
Past Twitter messages from President Biden and one of his top aides -- both criticizing former President Trump -- weren't appearing to age well Thursday after Biden ordered airstrikes against an Iranian-backed militia stronghold in Syria.
Washingtonstate senators voted along party lines Thursday to pass a bill that would ban the open carry of firearms and other weapons both at the Capitol building in Olympia and within 250 feet of a permitted demonstration anywhere in the state.
President Biden spoke to Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Thursday about the ongoing winter storm crisis that had left millions without power for days.
President Bidenon Friday plans to reinforce a U.S. commitment to engaging with the international community during virtual meetings of the G7 and the Munich Security Conference.
Actress Elizabeth Banks spoke out against "Stand Your Ground" laws in a series of tweets Friday, writing they only "endanger your neighbors."
Joe Biden hasn't been sworn in yet and he already has a successor -- on "Saturday Night Live."
Britain’s Channel 4 last week produced a stunningly real-looking parody video of Queen Elizabeth’s annual ChristmasDay message that the network claims highlights the dangers of "deepfake" technology.
Elton Johnsaid this week thathis Alcoholics Anonymousmeetings on Zoom have been a "lifesaver" during thecoronaviruspandemic.
Donald Trump Jr Wednesday suggested actor Alec Baldwin should play himself in a "Saturday Night Live" sketch about his wife Hilaria’s scandal over her heritage.
Actress Kirstie Alley condemned Twitter-- and its CEO Jack Dorsey -- over its decision to permanently ban President Trump and questioned why some Democrats haven’t been banned for their controversial comments.
YouTube said Tuesday it removed new content from President Trump’s official channel and will prevent videos from being uploaded for a minimum of a week.
Singer John Richsaid Thursday he’s heard from othercountry stars who have told him that conservative voices are being "muzzled" by the industry.
Selena Gomez claimed that social media is "cashing in from evil" in an interview published Saturday.
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