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Facebook, Google and Twitter have been at the center of a political firestorm after allegations that people in Russian used their services to spread divisive political messages.
President Donald Trump’s unpopularity could cost Republicans dearly in next year’s congressional races.
Danica Roem, a Democrat of Virginia, has taken the seat from self-proclaimed “chief homophobe” Bob Marshall, who has sat on the legislature since 1992.
Facebook’s latest data far exceeds the company’s previous disclosures.
Russian news agency Sputnik said on its website that Russia has “vowed retaliatory measures against the U.S. media.”
Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg said last month that the company would begin treating political ads differently from other ads.
The Republican president’s popularity is eroding in small towns and rural communities, whose populations helped put him in office.
“If Vladimir Putin is using Facebook or Google or Twitter to, in effect, destroy our democracy, the American people should know about it,” Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D) said Monday.
The “Mary Mary” gospel singer received backlash for an open letter in which she said not to “discredit that potential and greatness inside of Mr. Donald Trump.”
Voters in counties where life expectancy has stagnated and declined in recent years were more likely to abandon the Democratic Party to help elect President Donald Trump.
“Investing in Black women's political leadership is a solid return on investment,” the women said in a letter to Democratic Party Chair Tom Perez.
The widely popular comedian said he regrets rooting for President Donald Trump on a “Saturday Night Live” appearance.
By not leveraging the growing population of minority voters — who over time will collectively become the majority — Democrats are contributing to their party’s own demise.
Nearly 50 Senate staffers on just one of seven committees investigated Benghazi, while only seven total staff members are investigating Trump and Russia.
Nikki Haley said “there’s no love” with Russia but will not push the president to take a hard stance against the country publicly.
Bias crimes appeared to increase in some cities following the Nov. 8 election, a trend that has extended into this year.
President Donald Trump seemingly based his "voter fraud" cry on an unsubstantiated tweet from November alleging "verified" voter fraud.
The president’s claim that 3 million to 5 million “illegals” voted has been debunked by numerous studies and mathematical improbability.
Millennials also cite feelings of disgust and fear following Trump’s victory on Election Day.
The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) released its newest report, revealing nearly 900 incidents of harassment and hate in the 10 days following Donald Trump’s election.
The alarming spike in hate incidents mostly occurred in K-12 schools, and the most were anti-immigrant.
"To remain silent is to engage in a dangerous new permissiveness that threatens our American way."
In a survey, 15 percent of people reported they had stopped talking to a family member or close friend as a result of this divisive election.
Trump supporters have made public implications that they will engage in voter intimidation after Trump told them to watch "certain areas."