"Across every major demographic group, there is more exhaustion than excitement over seeing political content on social media," the report found.
Many service-oriented companies have taken notice of the uptick in mass shootings, and they're making sure investors are aware.
"I do want to speak to the president honestly," the infant's uncle, Tito, said. "I just want to have a human to human talk with him and see how he feels."
If the class action claim is allowed to proceed, potentially millions of donors could be eligible to receive some form of damages.
"More and more I found myself in a defensive stance, struggling to explain to foreign peoples the blatant contradictions at home," the Foreign Service veteran wrote.
NRA donor David Dell'Aquila alleged in his civil complaint that, in soliciting donations from potential contributors, the NRA made representations that "were intentionally and materially false."
As recently as Saturday, President Trump has defended his administration's freewheeling tariff war and once more used the false claim that China is paying the penalty to defend his position.
Red flag laws allow for courts to intervene when a gun owner is suspected by a friend or family member of being at risk of misusing their firearm.
The number of Republicans who think granting additional powers to the president would be "too risky" has taken a steep dive since last year.
The lawsuit filed on Tuesday in the District of Columbia comes after Donald Trump spent much of his early presidency lambasting Strzok "and his lover, the lovely Lisa Page."
The organization's call follows a spate of mass shootings that have left communities from Texas to Ohio reeling.
The falsehoods identified by VineSight were not run-of-the-mill social media jabs, but high-performing tweets that passed a certain threshold for virality.
Inspectors who had visited Homestead wrote that the "unsanitary condition of the bathroom area and the deafening noise of the fan are clear health hazards."
This week, the president announced yet another round of tariffs on Chinese imports.
Playboy wrote on its Twitter feed Friday night that, since 1953, it "has fought to protect First Amendment rights, and the fight must continue today."
A number of celebrities came to Rocky's defense, and a Change.org petition calling for his release garnered more than 640,000 signatures.
The Supreme Court gutted the Voting Rights Act in 2013, paving the way for less oversight over local administration of elections.
Senators Kamala Harris and Cory Booker, who took turns railing against Biden, did not appear to have reaped significant gains from their performances.
Republican support for impeachment proceedings has nearly doubled from May to July.
"The advent of the Internet and social media has enabled promoters of conspiracy theories to produce and share greater volumes of material via online platforms," the FBI assessed in a new report.
The integrity of Alexa's privacy safeguards and compliance with privacy laws have come into question in recent months.
The negotiated settlement, including associated fines and penalties, is the most costly agreement stemming from a data breach to date.
Monday's incident occurs just weeks after President Donald Trump made racist admonitions to four Democratic members of Congress.
Lopez received an enormous amount of pushback for his comments and apologized on Wednesday for what he described as an "ignorant and insensitive" interview.
Federal prosecutors revealed a previously sealed indictment against a Chinese aluminum magnate which contained allegations of global money laundering.
This unusual advantage for a Democrat in Texas is owed to O'Rourke's support in the poll among independents, who break for him by wide margins over Trump.
Only 50 percent of adults think tech companies have a positive impact on society, compared with 71 percent just four years ago.
The HHS announcement about Fort Sill cautioned that "migration patterns are unpredictable and we are likely to see an uptick in the number of referrals made to HHS this fall, based on historical trends."
The same weekend the op-ed was posted, Trump used his Twitter feed to target Congressman Elijah Cummings and his home district of Baltimore.
The president's tweetstorm was directed at Baltimore via the city's representative in Congress, House Oversight Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings.