Clinton’s comments on assault by congressman Greg Gianforte, on the eve of his election, were part of wide-ranging discussion at a tech conference
Hillary Clinton condemned the assault on a Guardian reporter by Montana congressman Greg Gianforte on the eve of the election earlier this month, and accused a local news station of initially refusing to cover the encounter.
Clinton, the former secretary of state and 2016 Democratic nominee, pointed to the incident as an example of conservative media conglomerates “beginning to call the shots” and intervening to influence a newsroom’s editorial coverage.
(Reuters) – Social media companies like Facebook, Twitter and Google’s YouTube have stepped up both the speed and number of removals of hate speech on their platforms in response to EU pressure to do more to tackle the issue, results of an EU evaluation seen by Reuters.
When the ABC began broadcasting in 1932, being “independent and up to the minute” meant going to war with some of the most influential men in the country — the Australian newspaper proprietors.
The former vice president makes a play to stay politically active in coming years.
The facilities had been closed by Obama as punishment for Russian interference in the election.
A lot of water has passed under the bridge since Australia last one the Champions Trophy eight years ago, but Steve Smith’s young side looks a great chance to repeat the feat.
Home loan fraud will be the subject of a special inquiry by the corporate watchdog to assess how widespread the problem is and develop strategies for combating fraudulent mortgage lending.
(Reuters) – Uber Technologies Inc’s [UBER.UL] head of finance is leaving as the ride-hailing company reported continued big losses for the first quarter, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday.
The city is known for its liberalism. But a racially charged double murder sheds light on an enduring current of militant racism
Ciaran Mulloy remembers how the neo-Nazis outnumbered the anti-racists in Portland in the 90s.
A union organiser and anti-fascist, he was was deeply involved in fighting against the far right’s infiltration of American youth culture in the 1980s and 90s. But when he arrived in the city in 1990, he said, “we were not prepared for what was out there in Portland”.
One Nation leader refuses to say what she spent the money on as media bosses push for changes to ownership laws. Follow the day’s news live …
Just re Murph’s story on the Josh Frydenberg prediction over climate wars, consider how a US withdrawal will ramp up the pressure on those in the Coalition who want emissions policy to actually do something.
I will be announcing my decision on the Paris Accord over the next few days. MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!
Remember the Commission of Audit?